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Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has been accepted into the NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) Service Delivery Program. This reflects Cambridge Consultants’ commitment to delivering cutting-edge NVIDIA-powered artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning solutions to companies worldwide. Cambridge Consultants is at the forefront of advances in deep learning and is the first company headquartered in EMEA to join the NPN Service Delivery Program.

“Deep learning is revolutionising almost every market and application we work in,” said Monty Barlow, Head of Machine Learning at Cambridge Consultants. “From medical diagnosis to anomaly detection in telecommunications networks, from self-driving cars to frictionless user interfaces, we’re applying deep learning in diverse markets, driving forward the art of the possible.”

“We are looking forward to collaborating closely with NVIDIA on joint customer projects, using NVIDIA-based solutions, platforms and technologies to solve complex challenges,” says Barlow. “Combining our track record in developing and deploying sophisticated machine learning-based systems with NVIDIA’s latest deep learning platforms will be a winning combination for our customers.”

The partnership is also important for Cambridge Consultants’ AI research lab, the Digital Greenhouse, according to Dominic Kelly, Head of AI Research. “NVIDIA technology has been the powerhouse behind our research since we formed the Digital Greenhouse in 2013. It has provided an efficient way of transferring technology from our lab to real deployments” said Kelly. “Joining the NVIDIA Partner Network will give Cambridge Consultants priority access to NVIDIA’s latest deep learning platforms, fuelling our research and helping us bring exciting new deep learning technology to our customers faster than ever.”

“AI has quickly become a business-critical technology for every industry,” said John Ashley, ‎Director of Global Professional Services at NVIDIA. “Cambridge Consultants’ in-depth knowledge of NVIDIA’s AI computing platform, and their ability to support customers at any stage from concept generation through to deployment, allows them to deliver the services and applications their customers need to reap the benefits of deep learning.”

Cambridge Consultants will be at CES 2018, January 9-12 in Las Vegas, NV. The company will be showcasing a range of breakthrough machine learning and deep learning innovations, including Vincent, which caught the world’s imagination when it was announced in September of this year. Vincent is a tool that combines a users’ sketch with the digested sum of art since the renaissance. Cambridge Consultants can be found at Sands Expo, Level 2 Halls A-D – 44137.  

Notes to editors

Cambridge Consultants develops breakthrough products, creates and licenses intellectual property, and provides business consultancy in technology-critical issues for clients worldwide. For more than 50 years, the company has been helping its clients turn business opportunities into commercial successes, whether they are launching first-to-market products, entering new markets or expanding existing markets through the introduction of new technologies. With a team of 750 staff, including engineers, scientists, mathematicians and designers, in offices in Cambridge (UK), Boston (USA) and Singapore, Cambridge Consultants offers solutions across a diverse range of industries including medical technology, industrial and consumer products, digital health, oil and gas, and wireless communications.

Cambridge Consultants is part of Altran, a global leader in engineering and R&D services which offers its clients a new way to innovate. Altran works alongside its clients on every link in the value chain of their project, from conception to industrialisation. In 2016, the Altran group generated revenues of €2.120bn. With a headcount of more than 30,000 employees, Altran is present in more than 20 countries. For more information, visit www.Altran.com

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