GrAI Matter Labs unveils life-ready AI with GrAI VIP at GLOBAL INDUSTRIE. GrAI Matter Labs is a company in brain-inspired ultra-low latency computing that specializes in Life-Ready AI. Artificial Intelligence is the closest thing to natural intelligence. Artificial intelligence that feels alive. They make brain-inspired chips that act like people.
It is often perceived that Automation, let alone Intelligent Automation is something of a pariah for a country like India with abundant availability of low cost manual labour. However, we should understand that time and tide does not bother to care about employment opportunities for excessive manpower. In this 21st century, we all know that Multi-National Corporations (MNCs) are beyond National boundaries and will do what it takes to optimise their operations and minimize the costs. This leaves us with no other option but to leverage and make best use of technology with a win-win outcome for the society of a developing country as well as the industry. Let us recall the all India bank employees' strikes in late 80s and early 90s.
Solace, the leading enabler of event-driven architecture for real-time enterprises, announced that Singtel, Asia's leading communications technology group, is offering Solace PubSub Event Broker as a service on Singtel's Paragon, the industry's first all-in-one platform for 5G network, edge computing and services orchestration. Paragon helps enterprises more easily adopt 5G and edge computing to implement low latency applications and services. Customers can create network slices on-demand, deploy mission-critical 5G applications on Singtel's multi-access edge compute (MEC), and access a robust ecosystem of applications and services like PubSub Event Broker with a click of a button. "Enterprises are rapidly digitalizing but many are hindered by the intricacies in setting up their technology infrastructure. Paragon significantly reduces the complexity, time and cost needed to adopt and succeed with 5G edge computing and cloud services – helping enterprises to shorten the innovation curve and time-to-market cycle," said Dennis Wong, vice president 5G enterprise and cloud, Singtel.
Red Hat Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, and Accenture have expanded their nearly 12 year strategic partnership to further power open hybrid cloud innovation for enterprises worldwide. The companies are jointly investing in the co-development of new solutions to help organizations more seamlessly navigate a multi- and hybrid cloud world, define their strategy, and accelerate their pace of innovation to get to value faster. With the combination of Accenture Cloud First and Red Hat OpenShift, organizations are better equipped to embrace the cloud continuum – a range of capabilities, from public to private to edge computing, all connected by modern networks and built with a zero-trust security mindset – to accelerate enterprise reinvention. A hybrid solution brings the public cloud benefits of innovation, speed, consumption and scale with private cloud advantages of regulatory compliance, performance and data gravity. Red Hat and Accenture have worked together to deliver transformative outcomes for hundreds of organizations across industries.
Process orchestration software provider Camunda announced the next-generation release of Camunda Platform, now powered by Zeebe, a cloud-native workflow engine designed for true horizontal scalability and resilience. Nowadays, many businesses struggle to build scalable, resilient automation of complex business processes that span across people, systems, and devices. In particular, the integration of legacy systems and homegrown applications is time-consuming and requires available developer resources. To solve this problem, Camunda Platform 8 provides organizations with speed, scale, security and resiliency without the overhead of building and maintaining infrastructure. The breakthrough in horizontal scalability is made possible by Zeebe, Camunda's next generation cloud-native workflow engine.