Flapmax is committed to developing novel ways of reducing global carbon footprint. We are developing methods and tools that measure and analyze the impact of carbon
emissions on climate change. ​

14% of world’s emissions will come from data centers by 2040. In line with the White House 2030 Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Target, our vision is to realize 1% CO2 emission reduction over the next 5 years. We cannot do this alone. We must rely on a holistic approach involving strategic partnership with data center building operators, service tenants and other partners. ​

Flapmax Joins Digital Twin Consortium to Help Accelerate the 4th Industrial Revolution – and Beyond ​ ​ ​

“We welcome Flapmax to Digital Twin Consortium,” said Executive Director, Dr. Richard Soley. “Their expertise in digital twin infrastructure and accelerated computing will be very valuable to our members as we work together to advance digital twin technologies.”​ Read More

Towards Sustainable Energy-Efficient Data Centers in Africa ​

Read our research paper, accepted at the Open Compute Project (OCP) Future Technologies Symposium​


Combatting emissions with new methods and tools​

Reducing the size of AI models is great because that leads to a reduction in the models’ memory footprint. This has other beneficial implications as well, including reduction in the energy requirement.

​AI models are increasingly becoming one of the largest workloads in data centers. Flapmax has worked on cross-cutting research with AMD and researchers at Washington State University to develop optimized AI models.​

​We developed Measure, a tool for measuring key insights about the performance of AI models, including model accuracy and memory footprint.