Oxide Launches the World’s First Commercial Cloud Computer

Oxide Computer Company, a startup founded by ex-Googler and former Google AI head Jeff Dean, today unveiled the world’s first commercial Cloud Computer, a true rack-scale system with fully unified hardware and software designed for on-premises cloud computing.

Key Highlights:

  • Oxide Computer Company has unveiled the world’s first commercial Cloud Computer, a true rack-scale system with fully unified hardware and software designed for on-premises cloud computing.
  • Oxide Cloud Computer is purpose-built to deliver hyperscale cloud computing to on-premises data centers, empowering enterprises to fully realize the economic and operational benefits of cloud ownership, with access to the same self-service development experience of public cloud, without the public cloud cost.
  • Oxide Cloud Computer is also designed to enhance security, latency, and control, and frees enterprises to up-level IT operations to accelerate strategic initiatives.

Oxide Commercial Cloud Computer

The Oxide Cloud Computer is purpose-built to deliver hyperscale cloud computing to on-premises data centers, empowering enterprises to fully realize the economic and operational benefits of cloud ownership, with access to the same self-service development experience of public cloud, without the public cloud cost.

Oxide Cloud Computer is also designed to enhance security, latency, and control, and frees enterprises to up-level IT operations to accelerate strategic initiatives.

How Oxide Cloud Computer Works:

Oxide Cloud Computer is a rack-scale system that combines the power of a traditional cloud computing platform with the flexibility and control of on-premises computing. It is built on a unified hardware and software architecture that is designed to deliver high performance, scalability, and reliability.

Oxide Cloud Computer includes a variety of features that make it ideal for on-premises cloud computing, such as:

  • Self-service provisioning and management
  • A wide range of compute and storage options
  • High-speed networking
  • Enterprise-grade security
  • Support for a variety of operating systems and software applications

Benefits of Oxide Cloud Computer:

Oxide Cloud Computer offers a number of benefits for enterprises, including:

  • Reduced costs: Oxide Cloud Computer can help enterprises reduce their cloud computing costs by up to 50%.
  • Increased security: Oxide Cloud Computer offers enterprise-grade security features that help to protect data and applications from cyberattacks.
  • Improved performance: Oxide Cloud Computer is designed to deliver high performance for a wide range of workloads, including data analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
  • Greater flexibility and control: Oxide Cloud Computer gives enterprises the flexibility and control to run their applications the way they want.

Use Cases for Oxide Cloud Computer:

Oxide Cloud Computer can be used for a wide range of use cases, including:

  • Data analytics: Oxide Cloud Computer can be used to power large-scale data analytics workloads, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.
  • Application development and testing: Oxide Cloud Computer can be used to develop and test applications in a cloud-like environment, without having to pay public cloud prices.
  • High-performance computing: Oxide Cloud Computer can be used to run high-performance computing workloads, such as scientific simulations and engineering modeling.
  • Production workloads: Oxide Cloud Computer can be used to run production workloads, such as web applications, databases, and ERP systems.

Pricing and Availability:

Oxide Cloud Computer is available now for purchase. Pricing starts at $100,000 per rack.

Oxide Cloud Computer is a groundbreaking new product that has the potential to revolutionize the way that enterprises deploy and manage their cloud computing infrastructure. With its unique combination of features and benefits, Oxide Cloud Computer is well-positioned to become the go-to platform for on-premises cloud computing.