Compute Power has come a long way since 2000. It has become more powerful and smaller over the years. To give you a perspective, the top supercomputer in 2000, a ASCI White 3, had 5 teraflops of compute power, weighed 106 tons, and used 6 MW of power. Today, your Xbox One X has 6 teraflops, weighs 8.4lbs, and uses 0.000245 MW of power.
Our Intelligent Valuation models require 1000 core hours of computation to price homes in a medium sized city (~1 million homes).
We take the cheapest cores across the computing resources of the Amazon Web Services and Google Compute clouds. The model fabric can seamlessly distribute the model calculations across the nodes of the Compute Fabric. This on-demand supercomputer allows us to supply an almost endless source of computing resources for our models.