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I have a Windows calculation-intensive solution that uses NVidia's GPGPU (CUDA).

I am looking to host my application on the cloud and expose it via a Web service. The only host I found was AWS, but it does it on Linux CentOS.

I want to find an online host that supports:

1 - NVidia GPUs, specifically Tesla (Tesla M2090 or Tesla M2075).

2 - Using Windows Server 2008 R2 or 2012.

3 - Virtual or Dedicated.

Are you aware of any host that fits my 3 points above?

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EC2 does offer GPU computing for windows. – Scott Chamberlain Feb 22 '13 at 4:41
You are right, I have watched an old demo which only showed a CentOS, but I am still interested in more resources. – Adam Feb 22 '13 at 14:58

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