Scala Computing is a venture-backed software vendor enabling the deployment of large-scale high-performance computing (HPC) environments in the cloud.
Scala Computing provides users across industries with simplified, on-demand access to the high-performance computing infrastructure they need to run their mission critical applications.
Scala Computing was founded in 2015 by Arjun Kapoor & Shiv Kumar. The company is headquartered in New York, New York.
Scala Computing's mission is to simplify HPC and, in doing so, enable more organizations and enterprises to leverage the potential of Big Compute.
Scala Computing's cloud-based HPC platform delivers cost-effective, hyper-scalable performance needed to accelerate their time to results, value and the market. Its novel, easy-to-use platform is integrated with our proprietary job scheduler, offering a highly automated and efficient method of running highly complex scientific and engineering applications in the cloud.
Scala Computing provides product engineers with the HPC infrastructure they need to power their design and simulation environments, drive innovation and take their concepts all the way to production. The company also provides meteorology and climatology organizations with scalable HPC performance needed to power their models for accurate and timely predictions. Scala Computing also enhances the strategy development of environment management organizations by powering their scientific models and simulations with hyper-scalable HPC resources for accelerated decision making.
Scala Computing holds several patents, and has published numerous papers in renowned journals, and has also received several prestigious awards and grants for research in High Performance Computing. These include awards from the U.S. DOE, NSF, NIH, ARO, NYS, China’s Ministry of Science, HPC2, Siemens, Oracle, and Intel, amongst others.
Scala Computing is backed by HardHill Trust & Grand Central Tech. The company raised $5M from a "Series A" financing on Oct 24, 2019. This brings Scala Computing's total funding to $7.3M to date.