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AI firm G42 partners with tech giant Qualcomm

Written by Thu 25 Apr 2024

UAE-based artificial intelligence (AI) firm, G42, has announced a collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies in a bid to enable more people to access high-performance, low-power cloud AI solutions.

By utilising the Condor AI platform developed by Core42, a subsidiary of G42, businesses worldwide are expected to gain the capability to deploy advanced AI rapidly and conveniently.

“At G42, we collaborate with global technology leaders to explore new frontiers and redefine the potential of technology to create transformative opportunities for our partners, our customers, and society at large. With Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 Ultra, we will deliver unique access to unparalleled AI performance at a fraction of the current cost,” said Kiril Evtimov, group CTO of G42 and CEO of Core42.

By including Qualcomm’s Cloud AI 100 products on the Condor AI platform, AI interference performance can be increased, with a wide range of data formats and techniques available to users. The Condor AI platform from Core42 is a modern and advanced cloud computing platform that offers an optimised infrastructure layer including solutions from global AI providers.

“Unstructured sparsity, speculative sampling and use-case specific NAS using the combination of Cerebras’ CS-3 and AI 100 Ultra, the Condor AI platform is designed to deliver up to 10 times increase in tokens per dollar,” added G42.

As a company focused on developing AI capabilities, G42 has collaborated with businesses across different sectors, such as molecular biology and space exploration, to harness AI for positive impact. Both public and private cloud users can leverage this innovation, particularly benefiting firms that need to execute computationally intensive AI workloads.

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Written by Thu 25 Apr 2024

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