Flexential, a leading provider of secure and scalable data centre solutions, shared that CoreWeave, a specialised cloud provider of large-scale GPU-accelerated workloads, will expand its data centre footprint into two new co-location facilities in Hillsboro, Oregon and Douglasville, GA, both of which are owned and operated by Flexential. CoreWeave has established a state-of-the-art computing framework designed specifically to address the dynamic demands of machine learning, AI, VFX, rendering, and pixel streaming projects.
“Flexential’s expertise and proven track record of delivering high-density capacity on demand made them the prime pick for us,” said Brian Venturo, Chief Technology Officer at CoreWeave. “These new data centres will build on the rapid growth that we’ve seen over the last year, delivering high wage jobs to the areas while also helping us meet the explosive demand for high performance cloud infrastructure to power AI workloads.”
The facilities feature 18MW power allocation, equally divided between the Georgia and Oregon markets. Additionally, Flexential seamlessly integrated advanced networking needs, including robust support for InfiniBand at 3600 Gbps.
“Our alignment with CoreWeave is a testament to our mutual goal of providing next-gen computing resources. We’re passionate about supporting their vision and facilitating their continued ascent,” said Patrick Doherty, Chief Revenue Officer at Flexential.
With this new partnership, CoreWeave will be able to continue optimising its infrastructure efficiency and substantially curtailing compute costs. This while maintaining the agility to meet its customers’ shifting needs.