Brooklyn's Paperspace launches GPU processing for data scientists - Brooklyn


May 4, 2017 1:12 pm

Brooklyn’s Paperspace launches GPU processing for data scientists

According to TechCrunch, the Dumbo startup is taking on the likes of Amazon, Microsoft and Google.

Paperspace wants to make your computer fully virtual.

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Brooklyn’s Paperspace launched its heavy-duty cloud computing capacity for use by data scientists, reports TechCrunch.

“Not many companies would dare to fight with Amazon, Microsoft and Google at the same time, but three-year-old Paperspace thinks it can carve out a cloud computing niche by rolling out the red carpet for data scientists,” the tech blog wrote.

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We profiled the Dumbo-based, Y Combinator alum last year, and named them one of our 20 rising stars in the Brooklyn startup scene for 2017.

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