The San Francisco Compute Company

We run affordable pre-training clusters for startups, grad students and research labs.

We sell compute by the hour, not by the year. Need 768 H100s for a week? You got it. Want to do 32 runs on 8 H100s for 2 hours each? Sure. We make a flexible scheduler that lets you burst to large portions of the cluster so you can scale up your model without having to sign an expensive long-term contract.

Availabile Capacity

$2.85GPU/hr
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Looking for more GPUs?

We offer competitive pricing for large reservations of 512 - 4096 GPUs. Contact sales and let us know what you're looking for.

Used by

PrincetonPlay.htHotshotPhindliquid
"We’ve worked with a number of different GPU providers over the past couple years, and SF Compute’s customer service has been far and away the best."
Aakash Sastry profile pictureAakash Sastry, CEO –Hotshot.co
"very competitive low prices, an abundant amount of H100s for our projects, and great and responsive customer service"
Tianyu Gao, PhD Student profile pictureTianyu Gao, PhD Student –Princeton Language and Intelligence
"We trust SF Compute to be our primary cloud for training and inference workloads. The hardware spec is great and the hardcore team is amazing to work with"
Michael Phind profile pictureMichael Royzen, CEO –Phind
"SF Compute has made reserving compute radically easier and simpler for us, with its transparency in pricing and availability of H100s. We are impressed by SF Compute team's fast and reliable technical support during training"

FAQ

  • Do you have capacity? Yes. We can get you online in the next few months.
  • How much can I burst to? Thousands of H100s.
  • Do I get SSH access? Yes
  • InfiniBand? 3.2Tb/s

Clusters

Angel Island
192x H100
Online now
New!
Bay Bridge
512x H100
Coming this spring
New!
Coit Tower
1024x H100
Coming this spring

Who are we?

San Francisco Compute is run by Alex Gajewski ("guy-yevv-ski"), Evan Conrad, James Hill-Khurana, Vivien Nepenthe, and many others. Before this, Alex & Evan ran AI Grant.

We have been written about in The New York Times, The Verge, and on Hacker News. We have a Twitter X account, @sfcompute. You can find us in-person in San Francisco, the great city of progress.
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