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Sabey Data Centers, a premier designer, builder and operator of multi-tenant data centers announced their strategic partnership with Vultr, the world’s largest privately-held cloud computing platform. The goal of this partnership is to expand Sabey’s cloud GPU capacity at its SDC Columbia location, marking the first collaboration between Sabey and Vultr.

The expansion at SDC Columbia includes a substantial inventory of NVIDIA HGX H100 GPU clusters, designed to meet the increasing demand for AI training, AI inference, and high-performance computing (HPC) applications. These clusters will be available both on demand and through reserved instance contracts, empowering enterprises and innovators with advanced computing capabilities.

President at Sabey Data Centers, Robert Rockwood is thrilled to partner with Vultr in order to deliver cloud GPUs in Sabey’s Columbia data center. This partnership allows Sabey to create a sustainability approach to cloud computing and provide businesses with the necessary resources while minimizing Sabey’s environmental impact.

Sabey has been committed to sustainability and energy efficiency, with a goal of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2029. Situated on 130+ acres, SDC Columbia utilizes sustainable hydropower, boasting an impressive ENERGY STAR rating and an industry-leading power usage effectiveness (PUE) of 1.15. This partnership with Vultr demonstrates Sabey’s dedication to providing innovative, sustainable infrastructure solutions for cloud computing.

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