Arc Compute’s cloud clients often come to us during their search to upgrade performance for their demanding workloads while maintaining cost efficiency. One such client is a leader in the immersive video market that specializes in unique, immersive experiences for viewers of sporting events hosted by a wide range of high-profile sports leagues in the US and Canada. During live events, the company places four to eight high-resolution cameras in each sporting arena to capture the video that forms the basis of the immersive experience. With the original video processing infrastructure, video streams from the live events were fed back to the company’s on-prem datacenter, where the video was processed with NVIDIA A6000s to meet the performance demand.
The immersive video company was looking to move to the cloud to support growth and to open up video processing options that were difficult with their existing configuration, such as the use of specialized GPUs for various video processing tasks. Initial investigation into the well-known cloud hosting options made it clear that they didn’t offer the flexibility the immersive video company needed, plus presented infrastructure constraints and design challenges. Arc Compute, the only cloud service provider to offer Liqid’s revolutionary composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) as a service, proposed a GPU cloud option that offered the immersive video company a far more flexible and cost-effective solution. Download the case study to learn more!