On Thursday, Indian-based technology company Shorthills AI, announced it has joined Nvidia
Inception, Nvidia’s program which aims to nurture world-changing AI startups, helping businesses to reach maturity.
Focusing on offshore technical and digital equipment, Shorthills AI provides data engineering solutions, as well as end-to-end generative AI, for companies in data pre-processing and data pipeline servicing. Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) specialised in creating integrated circuits, GPUs and CPUs that are used in gaming consoles and PCs.
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Most notably, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) ended its partnership with the AI giant in 2013 after the introduction of the redesigned Mac Pro hit the market. Allegedly, the redesign featured a unique cylindrical form factor to which Nvidia’s GPUs were unsuitable. Following this, Apple terminated the contract and opted for AMD’s (NASDAQ: AMD) GPUs instead, which worked more efficiently with the new cylindrical cooling system.
Pawan Prabhat, Co-founder of Shorthills AI stated:
We’re thrilled to join the coveted list of startups in Nvidia Inception. This collaboration with Nvidia will support our goals and help ensure our AI offering continues to be ahead of the curve in the enterprise market.
Paramdeep Singh, Co-founder of Shorthills AI, also spoke on entering the program:
We are excited to be a part of Nvidia Inception, which will be instrumental in advancing Shorthills AI’s growth. With access to cutting-edge training and resources, we can reinforce our position as leaders in the enterprise GenAI market.