Supercomputing-as-a-Service Now at Your Organization’s Fingertips. Markley Supercomputing, by Cray.

Markley and Cray have partnered to offer the industry’s first supercomputing-as-a-service solution for organizations looking to take advantage of the benefits of a supercomputer at a more cost-effective price point.

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. Markley and Cray’s supercomputing-as-a-service allows companies to access the dedicated, powerful compute and analytic capabilities of a supercomputer, without the typical upfront capital costs or infrastructure requirements. With this powerful solution, it is now easier and more affordable for researchers, data scientists and IT executives to shorten research cycles, improve discoveries, enhance decision-making and quickly bring products to market.

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Key Features

Markley’s supercomputing-as-a-service solution combines the power of Cray supercomputers with the premier hosting capabilities of Markley. This includes:

  • Access to Cray’s Urika-GX, the first agile analytics platform that fuses supercomputing abilities with open enterprise standards
  • An integration with the Cray Graph Engine (CGE)™, with essential pattern-matching capability to leverage the serious parallelization and performance of the Urika-GX platform
  • An unprecedented combination of versatility and speed for high-frequency insights to empower research and discovery teams
  • Seamless integration with dedicated colocation environments for a comprehensive hybrid IT environment
  • High-performance bandwidth and cost-savings
“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