NexOptic is joining Arm’s Partner Program to simplify the deployment of imaging AI on edge devices.
Arm’s Partner Program is an initiative aimed at establishing strategic alliances which enhance the Arm ecosystem. All partners go through a robust audit process to gain Arm’s valuable recommendation for their specific field.
NexOptic specialises in using AI to enhance imaging solutions which can be deployed on IoT edge devices in addition to smartphones, laptops, and more.
The company’s flagship solution is ALIIS, a neural network which can be embedded in most image sensors. Edge processing is used “at a fraction of a second” to help produce low noise images with improved low-light performance, faster shutter speeds, and less motion blur.
Paul McKenzie, CEO of NexOptic, says:
“With membership in the Arm AI Partner Program, we look forward to exploring what is possible around the integration and functionality of ALIIS.
Arm delivers remarkable IoT solutions to their partners and customers. They continuously drive the industry into what were previously thought to be unreachable territories; we are thrilled to be a part of it.”
NexOptic also joined NVIDIA’s Partner Network earlier this year.
ALIIS harnesses the high compute, memory, and floating-point capabilities of the NVIDIA Jetson platform to handle complex inferencing tasks.
Rich Geruson, Chairman at NexOptic, commented:
“Partnering with an edge computing leader like NVIDIA supports our objective to provide foundational AI layers into as many camera and complex machine imaging systems as possible.
With NVIDIA’s support, NexOptic is now accessible to more customers and is well-positioned to support our clients’ increasingly complex application needs across global markets.”
With partnerships established with two of the edge industry’s biggest players this year, we have a feeling NexOptic has an exciting future ahead.
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