Klarrio and UBIX Announce AI and Data-Science Partnership

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According to a recent press release, “Klarrio and UBIX have entered into a consulting partnership agreement, in which both firms will collaborate on a number of data science and artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives. Under the agreement, Klarrio, one of the world’s leading providers of real-time data-streaming solutions, will provide services and delivery capabilities to enhance the deployment of the UBIX platform of AI-on-demand tools to enterprises. ‘This partnership will help strengthen our companies’ collective capabilities in data streaming, data science, AI and IoT,’ said Doug Barton, UBIX President and CEO. ‘Our collaboration will help both of us to further develop solutions, methodologies and best practices that are mutually beneficial for our companies, our customers and the market as a whole’.”

The release goes on, “UBIX provides AI-on-Demand, addressing the scarcity and cost of skilled data-science personnel, bringing together a variety of open-source AI technology including a patent-pending AI learning engine that helps data science teams design, develop, deploy, and monitor predictive models more quickly and efficiently. ‘Our companies are a natural fit by combining our AI, data engineering, data science and site reliability strengths with the UBIX AI-on-Demand model,’ said Jim Smith, founder and CEO of Klarrio U.S. ‘Together, we’ll be in a stronger position to provide better solutions and more valuable outcomes for all our customers,’ he added.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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