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Nand32 wrote:
Yep. Like this High Performance Computing | Microsoft Azure[^]
Hmm.

With something like that, I'd still want a local, heavy-duty server to channel clients into it, so it looks to me like an additional expense.
Nand32 wrote:
Something like this.
NVIDIA GPU Optimized Servers - Thinkmate[^]
Live and learn.

I'd want to do a lot of testing on how it handles load, how it assigns resources to connected clients, and how it handles clients that are asking too much, before considering going live with it.  See if they'll lend you one that you fancy, for a PoC.

The first thing I'd want to know is if you've got 20 clients working on a server, and one of them does something that would freeze, lock-up, or crash a workstation, if the work were being done there, what happens to the other 49 clients?

That's easy (and fun!) to test.
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