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The power of a Supercomputer at your fingertips

The need for supercomputers has never been greater. As industries including life sciences, bio-pharma, aerospace, government, and banking are increasingly data driven, the ability to quickly analyze complex data sets and research has become a critical competitive differentiator. The Markley Supercomputing-as-a-Service allows customers to access the dedicated, powerful compute and analytic capabilities of a supercomputer, without the typical upfront capital costs or infrastructure requirements.  Markley partners with Cray, an industry pioneer and supercomputing leader to provide easy and affordable cloud-based solutions for researchers, data scientists and IT executives to shorten research cycles, improve discoveries, enhance decision-making, and quickly bring products to market.

Accelerate research and decision-making with faster answers

When your analysts and scientists get their answers faster, it makes everything better.

Reduce your turn around time for strategic projects with dedicated resources without the expense, resources, and time investment of managing your own infrastructure. Expand your research capabilities with on-demand supercomputing, high speed connectivity, and expansive storage resources.

Combining the advanced Cray Aries Interconnect, hand-optimized software such as the Cray Graph Engine, and the supporting infrastructure of the Markley Cloud provides customers with the best platform for getting answers fast.

  • Only cloud in the world where you can rent time on a Cray Supercomputer
  • Custom software such as the Cray Graph Engine included
  • Save time as well as money
  • Built in Luster storage array
  • High speed network to MCS, with no traffic charge

Ready to get started?

Contact us today to get a quote and see how Markley can help support your high performance computing needs.

“The shortest path to breakthroughs in medicine is to put the very best technologies in the hands of the researchers, on their own schedule. Combining the strengths of Cray and Markley into supercomputing-as-a-service does exactly that.”

Chris Dwan, former director of research computing, Broad Institute and the New York Genome Center