CORE machines are Linux and Windows-based virtual machines (VMs) that run on top of virtualized hardware. Each machine you create is a new server or desktop instance you can use, either standalone or as part of a larger, cloud-based infrastructure.
US East (NY2) East Coast US, near New York City
US West (CA1) West Coast US, near San Francisco
EU (AMS1) Central Europe, near Amsterdam
Please note that if you are more than 2,000 miles from a data center, you may experience some latency.
Windows 10 (Server 2019) - Licensed A fully licensed Windows 10 Experience, provided by Windows Server 2019. Available Machine Types: Air, Standard, Advanced Pro, GPU+/P4000, P5000, P6000
Windows 10 (Pro) - BYOL (Bring Your Own License) Windows 10 Pro is available as BYOL or Bring Your Own License. Available Machine Types: Air, Standard, Advanced Pro, GPU+/P4000, P5000, P6000
Ubuntu 18.04 (Server) A Linux VPS in the cloud. Available Machine Types: GPU+, P4000, P5000, P6000, V100, C1-C10
Parsec A Windows (Server) desktop template perfect for gaming Available Machine Types: GPU+, P4000, P5000, P6000
ML-in-a-Box (Desktop) A Linux desktop with a suite of Machine Learning software packages included, running 18.04. Available Machine Types: GPU+, P4000, P5000, P6000
There are no bandwidth charges for either ingress or egress.
Paperspace accounts have two types of limits:
When you sign up for Paperspace, there are limits to the number of items you can have in your account.
If you need to increase a Service Limit, please submit a support ticket and select Service Limits Increase from the drop-down. Please tell us a little about how you're using Paperspace and how many machines you require so we can process your request effectively.
Service Limits are visible under the Account tab.
Certain machine types require approval. If you visit the console, you may see machines that are not selectable which means you need additional approval to access them. You can either place a request in the console or reach out to your account manager.