Blaize and J-Squared to accelerate AI-enabled ruggedized computing

Blaize and J-Squared to accelerate AI-enabled ruggedized computing

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

Blaize® and J-Squared Technologies Inc., a leader in providing ruggedized computing hardware, have entered into a strategic partnership enabling the distribution of the Blaize® Graph Streaming Processor (GSP®) architecture hardware and software technologies.

“In many industries, SWaP-C (Size, Weight, and Power – Cost) has become a critical — if not top — priority. Our mission is to educate ourselves on technologies that can meet these demanding requirements and provide exceptional performance. Blaize’s products check these boxes. Their GSP architecture makes it possible to deliver AI at the edge efficiently and cost-effectively. With our worldwide distribution capability, this partnership enables both Blaize and J-Squared to address a growing market need,” said Jeff Gibson, CEO and Founder of J-Squared.

J-Squared is a global leader in providing ruggedized hardware systems and support that meet and exceed MIL-standard requirements for harsh environments in the military, aerospace, mining, transportation, and energy sectors. With multiple form factors, Blaize brings a new class of programmability and efficiency benefits of its GSP architecture to embedded systems. The small form factor SoM is ideal for rugged and challenging environments and embedded systems that need an extended temperature range experienced in harsh environments.
“Blaize’s tightly coupled software and hardware deliver an end-to-end efficient, usable AI edge workflow providing solutions demanded by ruggedized environments,” said Dinakar Munagala, CEO and Co-founder of Blaize.” Providing our architectural technology and collaborating with J Squared reinforces their commitment to delivering best-in-class ruggedized computing hardware.”


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