Nimble Collective Data Centers
Nimble Collective has data centers located in 7 geological regions. 4 located in North America, 1 in Europe, 2 in APAC (Japan and India).

Dark areas around data centers should experience high-quality streaming performance with proper system requirements.
Areas in lighter color are still covered but may experience lesser quality streams.

North America

Washington, Northern California, Texas, Northern Virginia




India, Japan

Streaming Instances Machine Types


AWS – (g3.4xl)

1 Nvidia Tesla M60 GPU

122 GB Memory

Intel Xeon E5-2686 v4 (Broadwell) CPU


Azure – (NV6)

1 Nvidia Tesla M60 GPU

56 GB Memory

Intel Xeon E5-2690v3 (Haswell) CPU

Minimum System Requirements

1. Latest version of Chrome Browser

The Nimble Studio platform only supports the latest version of Chrome. If you do not have Chrome or need to install the latest version, please download here.

2. Fast Internet

A connection of at least 10-20 mbps download per in-house artist using the platform. For example: if you have 5 artists all working at the same time, a 100 mbps download connection is needed. A faster and more stable connection is ideal.


Recommended Settings

1. Hardwired is better than Wi-Fi

When possible, connect your computer directly into your router using a data-cable such as an Ethernet cable. Wireless connections can induce loss into your internet speeds so an ethernet connection will provide a faster, and more stable connection resulting in lower latency.

2. DNS settings

The DNS settings on your machine and router helps determine which route your packets take to get to the desired location. Sometimes, these packets can be taken on an inefficient path causing long response times and latency into the system. Several services, such as Cloudflare and Google, have public DNS servers to help optimize the route of your packets across the internet.

Please refer to the following links for more information on these services and how to configure your computer and/or DNS router.

Cloudflare DNS

Google Public DNS

3. VPNs Are Turned Off

Similarly to DNS settings, if you have a VPN (Virtual Private Network), your packets are going to be slower in reaching its desired destination. If you or your company has a VPN, make sure you turn it off when using the Nimble platform.

Disclaimer: These System Requirements should not be taken as a request, from Nimble Collective, to make any changes to a customer and/or end-user infrastructure.

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