Partnership to create sustainable edge solutions for UAE


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Mark AB Capital has recently signed a multi-year Memorandum of Understanding with supercomputing company, Blaize.

The companies will set up a new facility in Abu Dhabi to provide sustainable edge AI solutions in the UAE.

Blaize & Mark AB Capital

According to an announcement published by Blaize, it will be offering its AI edge hardware and software development platform built on edge solutions.

These solutions are optimised for sustainability and operational efficiencies.

The new AI data centre will be powered by Blaize’s programmable Graph Streaming Processor.

Blaize will develop applications that provide monitoring of video and data-enabled IoT technologies and connected sensors.

Not only does this help provide valuable insights to enhance security, it will improve the lives of UAE citizens; this will also help the country better manage smart city initiatives in essential areas.

It is claimed that Blaize and Mark AB will bring AI technology to the $20b GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), which is expected to generate $50m in orders, annually, over several years.

“UAE is focused on optimising city functions”

“We are looking forward to partnering with Blaize and believe that embracing the power of AI is not just about innovation; it’s about building a brighter future together,” said Abdullah Mohamed Al Qubaisi, CEO, Mark AB Capital.

“With this partnership, we’re not only harnessing AI’s potential, but also paving the way towards an AI-powered nation where progress knows no bounds.”

“UAE is focused on optimising city functions and promoting the economic growth of its municipalities while improving the safety and quality of life for its citizens,” added Dinakar Munagala, CEO and Co-Founder, Blaize.

“Blaize is delighted to deliver intelligence at the edge of everywhere with a programmable full-stack AI architecture to create use cases that positively impact people’s lives and help a nation like UAE achieve its sustainability goals.”

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