GPU solutions for high‑performance computing

The demand for Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) is experiencing an unparalleled surge, especially in Israel. GPUs have evolved into versatile tools that offer a range of benefits across various industries and use-cases. By integrating these advanced GPUs into our Compute Cloud, Instance Groups, and Managed Service for Kubernetes, we aim to deliver incomparable performance and value to our customers.

Why choose Nebius?

Multiple GPU options to choose from

We offer top-tier cutting-edge GPUs like NVIDIA H100 and T4s to suit your needs.

Pay for what you actually use

With pay-as-you-go pricing, you can optimize your spending while maintaining the flexibility to scale.

Utilize cost-effective VMs

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Each GPU boasts distinct technical features, ensuring the perfect match for your individual needs and delivering unparalleled performance.

NVIDIA T4 Tensor Core GPU

Upgrade your server and edge computing with the NVIDIA T4, offering powerful performance and energy efficiency for AI, graphics, and virtualization workloads.

Memory: 16 GB GDDR6

Memory Bandwidth: 320 GB/s

Clock Speed: Up to 1590 MHz (boost)

Tensor Cores: 320

FP32 Performance: 8.1 TFLOPS

Power Consumption: 70W TDP

NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU

Power your most demanding workloads with the NVIDIA A100, designed to accelerate diverse AI, data analytics, and high-performance computing tasks with ease.

Memory: 80 GB HBM2e

Memory Bandwidth: Up to 1.6 TB/s or 2 TB/s

Clock Speed: 1410 MHz (boost)

Tensor Cores: 432

FP32 Performance: 19.5 TFLOPS

Power Consumption: 250W or 400W TDP

NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPU

Experience Nvidia’s fastest AI GPU yet. NVIDIA H100, allows unparalleled speed and efficiency and is the ultimate choice for next-gen AI and high-performance computing applications.

Memory: 80 GB HBM3

Memory Bandwidth: 3 TB/s

Clock Speed: 2.0 GHz (boost)

Tensor Cores: 3rd Generation

FP32 Performance: 40 TFLOPS

Power Consumption: 250W or 400W TDP

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GPUs that fit your use-case

Discover how GPUs are being used in various industries for a range of applications. Read about some of these use cases below and discover more about the benefits of GPUs by visiting our blog page.

Virtual Reality (VR)

GPUs are vital for virtual reality applications, as they render high-quality virtual environments and offer smooth user experiences, ensuring immersive experiences with superior graphics quality.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

GPUs can be used to accelerate virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environments, allowing users to run graphics-intensive applications remotely. This can improve the user experience for remote workers, as they can access high-performance graphics applications from any device.

High-Performance Computing (HPC)

The parallel processing capabilities of GPUs enable accelerated performance in HPC applications, such as simulations and modeling.

Data Science

GPUs are being utilized more in data science applications, such as data visualization, data mining, and machine learning. They can accelerate data processing, making it easier to analyze large datasets.

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Industries Nebius serves


GPUs accelerate the processing of medical images, enabling faster and more accurate diagnosis. They can also be used for drug discovery, as well as simulating and modeling the human body and disease processes.

Finance and Insurance

Expedite risk analysis and portfolio management, enabling faster and more informed decision-making. They are also used for algorithmic trading and fraud detection, analyzing large amounts of data to identify patterns and quickly detect suspicious transactions among millions of transactions.

E-commerce and Retail

GPUs are used for data processing and analysis in ecommerce and retail, including inventory management, supply chain optimization, and fraud detection. They also enable image and video recognition for automatic product tagging and categorization, making searching and recommendations easier. Sentiment analysis and personalized recommendations based on browsing and purchase history also improve the customer experience.


GPUs serve as tools for simulations, predictive maintenance, and computer-aided design. Simulations and modeling can optimize performance and reduce costs, while predictive maintenance can assist in minimizing equipment failure. GPUs also enable faster and more accurate modeling of products and structures, improving efficiency and productivity.


Implemented for scientific simulations, virtual reality applications, and artificial intelligence research. They enable immersive and interactive learning experiences and accelerate the training of machine learning models for various AI applications. GPUs help educators and researchers to push the boundaries of knowledge and innovation in education.

Why our clients choose Nebius

Thanks to Nebius, we were able to get our hands on the GPUs we needed despite the scarcity in the market, which allowed us to continue our work without interruption. Nebius not only provided us with the GPUs we needed but also a cost-effective and convenient cloud platform for our computing needs. Their local presence and expertise made them the perfect choice for our business
Hagy Ketashvily
VP R&D, BriefCam


What is a GPU?

A GPU, or Graphics Processing Unit, is a specialized processor designed to accelerate the rendering and processing of visual data, such as images, videos, and 3D graphics. GPUs are commonly used in gaming, virtual reality, scientific simulations, machine learning, and other applications that require high-speed processing of large amounts of data.