The Distributed Computer

The Hyperscale Cloud With Complete Portability

Millions of core hours go to waste every day around the world. KDS is putting this capacity in the hands of your organization through its unified API framework.

Standardized access to any cloud. Zero Lock-In.

A Federated Cloud Marketplace

The Distributed Computer is a federation of multiple institutions providing computing power around the globe. Users may buy computing resources optimized for their applications without any manual orchestration, and move their workloads elsewhere on demand.

All resources accessed through the Distributed Computer are composable and decoupled from their underlying hardware. This puts millions of CPU and GPU core hours in the hands of your developers through one standardized API.

There is an incredibly diverse range of hardware available, all of which can be automatically matched with your application’s unique requirements for optimal performance.


KDS gives you as much control over security as your workload requires, from selecting a jurisdiction to executing only at datacentres with a valid security certificate like ISO/IEC 27001.


Like security, KDS gives you a full spectrum of control over how your applications are run. Even individual business units can adapt the platform to their requirements with ease.


The Distributed Computer unites any cloud computing environment under a single API framework. There is no platform like it with the potential to scale anywhere and everywhere.

The Advantage of a Federated Cloud

A Cloud Federation is a union of different cloud platforms comprising many datacentres, operating systems, and vendors. The federated model is advantageous in terms of cost, flexibility, and the availability of services.

The Distributed Computer is a superior alternative to centralized cloud vendors for HTC applications and more. Unlike current federated models, networking and orchestration is not an issue because every node implements the same underlying protocol.

Instant Failover

KDS gives you as much control over security as your workload requires, from selecting a jurisdiction to executing only at datacentres with a valid security certificate like ISO/IEC 27001.

Harness Multiple Systems

There is an incredible diversity of equipment available through the Distributed Computer, from Tesla GPUs to low power edge infrastructure.

No Artificial Controls

Some cloud services charge a progressive amount or impose artificial limits on usage, unlike the Distributed Computer.

Lower Cost

CPU and GPU resources are a perfectly competitive commodity on the Distributed Computer, incentivizing vendors to sell time at the lowest price.

No Cloud Lock-In

Modern cloud stacks are increasingly adding unique functionality that makes migration difficult. The Distributed Computer lets the exact same workload run anywhere.

Metered and Transparent Pricing

The Distributed Computer accounts for computing resources with a simple but comprehensive accounting system. This framework eliminates opaque pricing methods with a pre-paid system.

Every infrastructure partner that powers the Distributed Computer abides by the same transparent pricing model. The perfectly competitive environment this creates generally lowers your OpEx by a significant amount.

Organizations can specify the price they are willing to pay for a particular workload, considering factors like computing, memory, and I/O. This may directly impact the speed and security forms, with full accountability beforehand.


You pay only for the actual compute resources you consume with zero fixed costs


The cost of computing can be predicted with a high degree of confidence, avoiding surprises


It is possible to use the guiding market rate, or specify an exact allowable range for workload cost

How Does It Work?

The Distributed Computer is a federation of institutions providing computing power around the globe. Every operator connects their infrastructure using technology provided by KDS, and can then compete to host HTC workloads from enterprise customers.

Operators that seek to host more sensitive workloads such as in Financial Services and Healthcare must submit further documentation such as appropriate security certificates. This protects users of the Distributed Computer, who know they get the same quality of service as a standalone public cloud.

A Two Way Marketplace

Unlike existing centralized cloud providers, the Distributed Computer allows users to buy and sell computing resources. KDS aggregates the underlying infrastructure into hyperscale computing resources, making it easy to deploy innovative HTC applications.

Operators of computing benefit from joining this marketplace in several ways

Full Utilization

The Distributed Computer is a demand engine that schedules workloads on idle capacity, even within reserved VMs and Containers.

Greater Efficiency

The virtualization layer of the Distributed Computer is extremely lightweight, requiring fewer memory and network resources for the same applications.

Lower Costs

Cloud operators on the Distributed Computer do not to invest significant amounts in R&D, marketing, and other cost centres to attract the same customers.

Are you a datacentre provider, or have a large amount of idle computing on hand?

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Whether your HTC job is thousands or millions of core hours, get started with the Distributed Computer’s simple migration process today.

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