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Sync Computing Launches with Distributed Cloud Infrastructure Services

January 28, 2022


Startup Sync Computing emerged from stealth mode today with $6.1 million in seed funding in a bid to help enable distributed cloud infrastructure for artificial intelligence, machine learning and big data workloads. The company also announced the launch of Sync Autotuner and Sync Orchestrator.

Based in Boston, Sync Computing is a spinout from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where Suraj Bramhavar and Jeff Chou co-founded the company. The core premise that underlies Sync is that modern cloud infrastructure isn’t properly optimized to run distributed workloads across different cloud services.

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