AI compute GPU

AI compute

HPC & Supercomputer

HPC & Supercomputing

Hybrid & Private Cloud

Hybrid & Private Cloud

Enterprise Workloads

Enterprise Workloads

WE LOVE HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING.

HPC is the use of powerful computer systems designed to tackle extremely complex problems at high speeds, typically involving clutsers of computers, high-speed networking and specialised software to manage workloads. The types of workloads include simulations, modelling and rendering; HPC is a tool for processing massive data sets and running complex calculations with faster outcomes.

HPC is hot work – supercomputers generate high heat – and recapturing that heat unlocks opportunity; it’s why we love it.

Benefits to you.

Cost effective

With the flexibility to combine colo and bare metal services, and below market /KWh rates, we ensure supercomputing affordability.

Decarbonised

Carbon reduction is critical to your business so we make it ours. Our compute can zero your Scope 3, reported in real time.

Connected

Our distributed network provides near-zero latency, so you can put your computing where it matters, for you and your communities.

Industry use case –
Media and Entertainment.

To accelerate content production, we provide high performance HPC capabilities to the Media and Entertainment industry, notably powering “Ethical Rendering,” a phrase we coined with our client, Dirty Looks.

Video rendering is an energy intensive process and the data centres that support the industry are traditionally very energy inefficient. This is largely because data centres produce a vast amount of heat and around 40% of the energy consumed by data centres is spent simply to keep the computers cool.

Video rendering is an energy intensive process and the data centres that support the industry are traditionally very energy inefficient. This is largely because data centres produce a vast amount of heat and around 40% of the energy consumed by data centres is spent simply to keep the computers cool.

Post-production house Dirty Looks moved a proportion of its computing and storage to a Deep Green-operated data centre housed in a public swimming pool in Exmouth, Devon. Heat generated as the servers work on post-production workloads is captured and re-deployed to heat the pool, for free.

Dirty Looks has committed to move the remainder of its computing and storage needs to Deep Green’s heat re-use data centres in the next 18 months, including real-time and overnight rendering and storage.

Tom Balkwill, founder and managing director of Dirty Looks, said: “We are delighted to have led the industry and demonstrated that high-end computing can co-exist with sustainability. Rendering films in data centres that re-capture heat presents a huge opportunity for our sector to benefit the communities we are part of. By cutting the energy bills of swimming pools and lowering fossil-fuel consumption, we are contributing to a healthier and greener local community.”

Media & Entertainment Services.

GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) acceleration for rendering, real-time editing and SFX workloads.

CPU (Central Processing Unit) for pre-processing, scene set ups, and rendering.

High speed storage with IO (in/out) performance, including dark fibre connectivity.

Distributed computing across Deep Green’s interconnected architecture.