Scan Launches 3XS Cloud Computing

Scan Launch 3XS Cloud Computing

Scan 3XS Cloud Computing  

Scan Launch 3XS Cloud Computing

No matter how carefully you have built your rig, or how much computational horsepower you have given it, eventually you will come across a task that requires more cycles than you have available to you. Your choices to improve the situation are always going to involve an enormous outlay. A room full of computers doesn't just cost you an arm and a leg to purchase, but the running costs are steep too. Like any expensive purchase you'd need it to be running at all times to maximise your return on that investment.

Scan, a famous name of which we all have heard, have launched a new Cloud Computing service utilising professional grade Nvidia RTX GPUs and the Virtual GPU technology to bring you enormous calculative power at a fraction of the cost of a DIY solution.

Scan 3XS Cloud Computing  

Launching with five tiers at the moment if you've ever wanted to create a serious game mod or animation rendering project their 3XS based system network will bring that power to your fingertips. Perhaps found your business is in need of both on-site and off-site infrastructure that isn't limited by the device you have in your hands? With Scan you have a solution to fit every requirement. There is the 3XS Graphics Cloud Workstation giving you virtualised AMD Epyc CPUs, Nvidia Ampere RTX GPUs and hundreds of Gigabytes of RAM for your CAD and similar functions. There are Video Cloud options if you want colour-grading and VFX to happen at a snap, whilst those of you interested in the Deep Learning future can take advantage of the 3XS DGX option.

Scan 3XS Cloud Computing  

With packages as short as a single month, there has never been a better time to get a glimpse at what a seriously powerful room of computers can bring to your workflow. Scan even offer a secure trial before you take the plunge. What would you do with a suite of GPUs to command?

Discuss the new Scan Cloud on our OC3D Forums.

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