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Crusoe Cloud provides a high performance, carbon negative cloud platform with the latest hardware.

VM specifications

GPU-enabled VMs

Customers can create GPU-enabled VMs with the following specs:

TypevCPUGPUMemoryDiskVPC NetworkInfiniBand NetworkBlock Storage NetworkAvailablilty
a40.1x6-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)1x NVIDIA A40 48GB PCIe60GB1x 960GB NVMe25 GbpsN/A3.125 GbpsNow
a40.2x12-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)2x NVIDIA A40 48GB PCIe120GB2x 960GB NVMe50 GbpsN/A6.25 GbpsNow
a40.4x24-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)4x NVIDIA A40 48GB PCIe240GB4x 960GB NVMe100 GbpsN/A12.5 GbpsNow
a40.8x48-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)8x NVIDIA A40 48GB PCIe480GB8x 960GB NVMe200 GbpsN/A25 GbpsNow
a100.1x12-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)1x NVIDIA A100 40GB PCIe120GB1x 960GB NVMe25 GbpsN/A3.125 GbpsNow
a100.2x24-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)2x NVIDIA A100 40GB PCIe240GB2x 960GB NVMe50 GbpsN/A6.25 GbpsNow
a100.4x48-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)4x NVIDIA A100 40GB PCIe480GB4x 960GB NVMe100 GbpsN/A12.5 GbpsNow
a100.8x96-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)8x NVIDIA A100 40GB PCIe960GB8x 960GB NVMe200 GbpsN/A25 GbpsNow
a100-80gb.1x12-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)1x NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe120GB1x 960GB NVMe25 GbpsN/A3.125 GbpsNow
a100-80gb.2x24-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)2x NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe240GB2x 960GB NVMe50 GbpsN/A6.25 GbpsNow
a100-80gb.4x48-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)4x NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe480GB4x 960GB NVMe100 GbpsN/A12.5 GbpsNow
a100-80gb.8x96-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)8x NVIDIA A100 80GB PCIe960GB8x 960GB NVMe200 GbpsN/A25 GbpsNow
a100-80gb-sxm-ib.8x96-core Intel Xeon (Ice Lake)8x NVIDIA A100 80GB SXM4960GB8x 960GB NVMe200 Gbps1600 Gbps25 GbpsNow
h100-80gb-sxm-ib.8x176-core Intel Xeon (Sapphire Rapids)8x NVIDIA H100 80GB SXM5960GB8x 960GB NVMe200 Gbps3200 Gbps25 GbpsNow
l40s-48gb.1x8-core AMD EPYC (Genoa)1x NVIDIA L40S 48GB PCIe147GBN/A20 GbpsN/A2.5 GbpsNow
l40s-48gb.2x16-core AMD EPYC (Genoa)2x NVIDIA L40S 48GB PCIe294GBN/A40 GbpsN/A5 GbpsNow
l40s-48gb.4x32-core AMD EPYC (Genoa)4x NVIDIA L40S 48GB PCIe588GBN/A80 GbpsN/A10 GbpsNow
l40s-48gb.8x64-core AMD EPYC (Genoa)8x NVIDIA L40S 48GB PCIe1176GBN/A160 GbpsN/A20 GbpsNow
l40s-48gb.10x80-core AMD EPYC (Genoa)10x NVIDIA L40S 48GB PCIe1470GBN/A200 GbpsN/A25 GbpsNow

CPU VMs

Crusoe Cloud offers two CPU-only instance types: c1a and s1a. c1a instances are "general purpose" and intended to be used for control planes, web serving, and other lightweight compute. s1a instances are "storage specific" and intended for running high performance file systems like Lustre or ceph, or object stores like minio.

Customers can create c1a VMs with the following specs:

TypevCPUMemoryDiskVPC NetworkBlock Storage NetworkAvailablilty
c1a.2x2-core AMD (Genoa)8GBN/A1 Gbps256 MbpsNow
c1a.4x4-core AMD (Genoa)16GBN/A2 Gbps512 MbpsNow
c1a.8x8-core AMD (Genoa)32GBN/A5 Gbps1 GbpsNow
c1a.16x16-core AMD (Genoa)64GBN/A10 Gbps2 GbpsNow
c1a.32x32-core AMD (Genoa)128GBN/A20 Gbps5 GbpsNow
c1a.64x64-core AMD (Genoa)256GBN/A35 Gbps10 GbpsNow
c1a.128x128-core AMD (Genoa)512GBN/A70 Gbps20 GbpsNow
c1a.176x176-core AMD (Genoa)704GBN/A100 Gbps25 GbpsNow

Customers can create s1a VMs with the following specs:

TypevCPUMemoryDiskVPC NetworkBlock Storage NetworkAvailablilty
s1a.20x20-core AMD (Genoa)176GB1x 12.8TB NVMe25 Gbpsup to 25 GbpsNow
s1a.40x40-core AMD (Genoa)352GB2x 12.8TB NVMe50 Gbpsup to 50 GbpsNow
s1a.60x60-core AMD (Genoa)528GB3x 12.8TB NVMe75 Gbpsup to 75 GbpsNow
s1a.80x80-core AMD (Genoa)704GB4x 12.8TB NVMe100 Gbpsup to 100 GbpsNow
s1a.120x120-core AMD (Genoa)1056GB6x 12.8TB NVMe150 Gbpsup to 150 GbpsComing Soon
s1a.160x160-core AMD (Genoa)1408GB8x 12.8TB NVMe200 Gbpsup to 200 GbpsComing Soon

VM lifecycle

VMs transition through the following states:

StateDescription
CreatingThe VM is being created. This can take up to a minute. After the VM has been created, it will transition to the Stopped state
StartingThe VM is being started. Once it has started, it will transition to Running.
RunningThe VM is running and accessible. You can now SSH into it and run your desired software. The VM will continue to run until you stop it.
StoppingThe VM is being shut down, and no more customer work will be performed. Once it has shut down, it will transition to Stopped.
StoppedThe VM is stopped and inaccessible. You must manually start it to change the state. Stopped VMs aren't billed for hourly compute charges.

VM billing

Crusoe Cloud bills for VM usage in two separate ways:

  • On-demand
  • Reservations

On-demand usage provides developers the most flexibility. VMs are charged for the hour (or fraction of an hour, down to the second) that their machine is in the running state. This includes time that the VM is spent running Lifecycle Scripts on startup or shutdown. Stopped VMs are not charged for on-demand usage, but you will still be billed for the 128GB OS disk at $0.08/GiB/month until the VM is deleted.

Reservations offer discounts in exchange for committed usage. These VMs are billed for the entire duration of the commitment, regardless of their state. Learn more about reservations.

A VM may only be billed via one of these mechanisms (on-demand or reservation) at a time, but different VMs in the same organization may be billed differently.