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IronOrbit Joins NVIDIA Cloud Service Provider Program, Accelerates GPU in the Cloud for Remote Work
Anaheim, California, September 10th, 2020
IronOrbit, a specialized cloud services leader fueling digital transformations for major industries and verticals, is proud to announce it has joined the Cloud Service Provider Program within the NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) to bring GPU acceleration to the cloud in response to people working from home.
IronOrbit’s INFINITY Workspaces are purpose-built to meet the needs of today’s most demanding, collaborative, and distributed teams. Creative and technical professionals are able to work from anywhere on powerful NVIDIA Quadro-enabled INFINITY Workspaces that support the latest advancements from NVIDIA’s computer graphics technology. IronOrbit offers an all-in-one solution, which includes ongoing hardware and software upgrades, enterprise-grade security and compliance measures, dynamic auto scaling, advanced BU/DR policies, and unmetered bandwidth – all while supporting it through a 24/7/365 US-based customer care center.
As a qualified partner in the NPN Cloud Service Provider Program, IronOrbit works with businesses to deploy NVIDIA GPU-accelerated solutions for modern workloads, including AI, 3D modeling and rendering, HPC, and GPU-enabled virtual workstations.
“These are exciting times…our collaboration will help tackle a huge challenge with remote, mass delivery of GPU programs to the end-user, and we’re thrilled to be working with NVIDIA as an NPN Cloud Service Provider,” said Alexander Saca, CEO of IronOrbit. “The things NVIDIA is doing right now are extraordinary, and we see our two lines of technology as perfect complements to each other. We are at the beginning of a new era of remote work, and the timing couldn’t be better.”
Senior Engineer for MSA Professional Services, Mike Albitz, calls the move to IronOrbit INFINITY Workspaces a lifesaver. “When COVID-19 started, we were able to provide latency-free workspaces to users with substandard home internet connections using IronOrbit. What started as a move to optimize our business, really became a lifesaver for our company.”
“The IronOrbit INFINITY Workspaces are ideal for professional graphics workstations used by engineers, architects, designers, and artists across industries, from AEC to M&E to manufacturing,” said Matt McGrigg, global director of cloud business Development at NVIDIA. “With Quadro performance from the cloud on any connected device, professionals working from home can stay productive.”
Earlier this year, IronOrbit announced the launch of their fifth data center cloud node in Toronto, Canada as an extension to their global data center footprint. This cloud node is dedicated to serve the Canadian market, primarily with IronOrbit INFINITY Workspaces and other IaaS workloads. The expansion came as a result of IronOrbit’s “EPIC” Strategy for 2020, and set to catapult the company as a world leader with global coverage in what it offers.
IronOrbit, a division of SACA Technologies, is a privately owned and fully integrated Information and Communications Technology (ICT) powerhouse. With more than 300 years of combined industry expertise, IronOrbit innovates, develops, and produces comprehensive ICT solutions, specializing in GPU-accelerated cloud workspaces. IronOrbit operates their own global footprint of private data centers across more than twenty regions worldwide, utilizing SOC 2 Certified, Tier 4 facilities to provide cloud services and their flagship hosted desktop solution, INFINITY Workspaces, to thousands of customers, including the US government.