Atos launches comprehensive AI software suite
New Delhi: European IT services provider Atos on Thursday launched a comprehensive Artificial Intelligence (AI) software suite for businesses globally including in India.
Called "Atos Codex AI Suite," the suite will support businesses and research institutes in the development, deployment and management of AI applications.
Data scientists can now have an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution to rapidly build and deploy AI applications, better extract value from data and develop new business opportunities.
"Atos Codex AI Suite tackles new enterprise, scientific and industry challenges, such as precision medicine, advanced prescriptive maintenance and prescriptive security, with a new generation of cognitive applications," informed Arnaud Bertrand, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Innovation BDS at Atos.
Using the suite, apps can be deployed and relocated on multiple environments like Cloud, on-premises or edge computing.
"Atos Codex AI Suite" can be purchased as a standalone software platform or together with a server infrastructure, the company said.
Atos is a global leader in digital transformation with nearly 100,000 employees in 73 countries.
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