Accelerate GIS data processing with RAPIDS

  • RAPIDS API scales to multiple GPUs, so the combined result of multi-node and multi-GPU provides incredible speed, without changing the code
  • Data is not limited to the size of your GPU because you can scale both across nodes and GPUs within those nodes
  • Pre-configured environment with the latest RAPIDS and GPU-related packages so you can start developing right away
  • No delays in shipping to production: more than just a playground for experimentation. After development and testing, you can deploy and serve your model right away by committing them to your favourite git repository
  1. Make the platform easy as pie by adding relevant frameworks as they emerge in the industry (hint: we’ve already implemented Dask-SQL, stay tuned for new upgrades)
  2. Solid UI/UX, achieved by adding more automation, alerting, and other capabilities so that a data science team can go from beginning to end on their own




An end-to-end data science platform

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