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San Francisco Compute Company


About Us


Hi, we're the San Francisco Compute Company.


We sell short-term bursts on very large GPU clusters to startups, large enterprises, university labs, and research organizations.


We have been written about in The New York TimesThe Verge, and on Hacker News. Follow us on X at @sfcompute.




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Supercomputing Engineer


Customer Success Engineer



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