Next-Generation Workload Processing Platform to Receive Industry-leading GPU Tools, Technology and Deep Learning Expertise to Catalyze Business Growth and Success
SAN DIEGO—March 5, 2019—Kazuhm™, the next-generation workload processing platform, today announced it has joined the NVIDIA Inception program, a virtual accelerator program that is designed to nurture startups during critical stages of product development, prototyping and deployment, to revolutionize industries with advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and data science.
Kazuhm is a first-of-its-kind, commercial-grade distributed computing workload platform that empowers organizations to maximize all compute resources across desktop, server, and cloud, all the way to the edge. Its technology enables enterprises across industries—including telecom, healthcare, retail, financial services, higher education and more—to efficiently recapture unused processing power to boost productivity, minimize unnecessary IT investment and improve security.
As a member of Inception, Kazuhm will strengthen its deep learning expertise through powerful graphics processing unit (GPU) tools, hardware grants and best-in-class training in neutral-network machine learning applications, among other benefits.
“Through Kazuhm’s collective industry acumen and our proprietary research, we know the demand for compute resources is growing, and is primarily driven by increases across the Internet of Things (IoT)/edge, and AI and machine learning projects,” said Tim O’Neal, CEO of Kazuhm. “To meet this need head-on, we recognize the value in working alongside industry pioneers, like NVIDIA through its Inception program, to improve our insights and access to game-changing technology and resources. Ultimately, we know this will benefit of our customers and our growth trajectory.”
Kazuhm recently announced the results of its 2019 IT Industry Outlook Report, which surveyed IT professionals’ current and anticipated workload processing and usage habits, sentiments and predictions for the year.
Kazuhm will be presenting a Tech Talk at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley on March 18-21, 2019. Attendees are also encouraged to stop by Kazuhm’s booth during the show (booth #334).