DeepLearni.ng joins NVIDIA partner network
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Becomes first Canadian-based partner building enterprise AI solutions
DeepLearni.ng, Canada’s preeminent enterprise AI company, has joined a new NVIDIA Partner Network comprised of deep learning companies that deliver services leveraging NVIDIA’s GPU computing platform for business.
“Working with NVIDIA as part of their Partner Network is not only a huge honour, but also validates the incredible talent and commitment of our team at DeepLearni.ng to help big businesses solve really hard problems,” said Stephen Piron, co-founder and co-CEO of the Toronto-based AI company that counts Scotiabank, Fidelity and Symbility among its clients.
The news was unveiled at GTC DC in Washington, one of the foremost conferences for deep learning advancements in industry. Members of the NVIDIA Partner Network share the objective of optimizing deep learning’s value for enterprise.
DeepLearni.ng’s co-founder and chief of machine learning, Ragavan Thurairatnam, thinks the company’s partnership with NVIDIA has come at exactly the right moment. “Until recently, there have only been a handful of industry applications for deep learning that have shown what the technology can really do for business. DeepLearni.ng is setting out to change that, and our work with NVIDIA will be key to engaging enterprises as comprehensively as possible.”
“We are delighted to welcome DeepLearni.ng as our first Canadian services delivery partner in the global NVIDIA Partner Network,” said Craig Weinstein, vice president of the Americas Partner Organization at NVIDIA. “DeepLearni.ng will play a key role helping US and Canadian enterprises take advantage of our GPU computing platform to advance their use of AI for business.”