What is E2E GPU Cloud?
E2E GPU Cloud provides you GPU Instances, available with NVIDIA A100, NVIDIA V100 and NVIDIA T4 GPU card variants.
Simply put, E2E GPU Instances are Cloud Servers with dedicatedly available GPU Cards via passthrough mode.
What can I do with Cloud GPU Instances?
If you work with machine learning and deep learning applications, GPU Instances can accelerate your workloads. NVIDIA A100 and NVIDIA V100 are popular with model training and NVIDIA T4 is popular with inference workloads.
A lot of our customers use Cloud GPU Instances for video analytics, image processing, and other computer vision applications using deep learning. You can read about the E2E GPU Instance use cases here.
How will I be billed for using GPU Instances?
You will be billed hourly. Apart from this, there are no additional charges. You’re free to use these instances as long as you need them. You don’t need to commit or sign any long-term contracts.
You can access these GPU Instances at lower prices than hourly prices if you pre-commit for a month or longer.
What is the SLA?
For all the cloud services available on E2E Cloud, including GPU Cloud, the SLA is 99.9% uptime.
You can read SLA terms and conditions here.
Do you offer multiple GPU cards in a single Cloud Instance?
Yes. Our GPU-2x-A100 and GPU-2x-T4 plans come with two NVIDIA A100 and T4 cards respectively. GPU-2x.V100 plan comes with two NVIDIA V100 cards, each card with 32GB onboard graphics memory.
Can I attach a GPU card to an existing Cloud Server?
No, it is not possible at the moment on E2E Cloud. You have to spin up GPU specific plans that have prefix as GPU.
How affordable are E2E GPU Instances?
E2E Cloud is known for providing the best price-performance ratio in the industry. The same holds for GPU Instances — starting as low as ₹40/hour for a dedicated NVIDIA T4 based cloud GPU Instance.
Only a handful of Clouds provides GPU Instances in the Indian region, and E2E Cloud is one of the best. E2E GPU Instances are not only affordable but deliver cutting-edge GPU acceleration for your AI workloads — helping you deliver your next AI breakthrough, faster.
What are Tensor Cores?
NVIDIA Tensor Cores are specialized processing units available in both NVIDIA T4 and NVIDIA V100 GPUs. Tensor Cores accelerate matrix operations, which are the heart of AI workloads. You can read about how you can leverage Tensor Cores for deep learning here.