PRESS RELEASE. High-performance computing (HPC) company Solidus AI Tech has raised $5.4 million and are now entering their 3rd round of funding. Solidus AI Tech is working to solve the problem of the lack of European HPC facilities in the global top 10. Only producing 5% of computing power despite being the consumer of one-third of HPC resources.
It is bridging the gap across a number of industries such as the automotive industry, face & voice recognition, medical industry, sales automation & lead generation, among others. It is an advocate of the “Crypto Climate Accord”, an initiative to de-carbonise the crypto industry by 2024. Its data centres are 40% more energy-efficient due to their use of unique IP and evaporating cooling methods.
Solidus’ AI infrastructure enables government authorities, corporations, SMEs, as well as
professionals to purchase artificial intelligence (AI) & High performance computing power (HPC) services using its utility token AITECH. Solidus is currently in its public sale phase, from which the project has raised $5.4 million so far.
Solidus AI Tech and Its Partners
Solidus AI Tech has partnered with some heavy-hitters in the space which include Microsoft Azure to help bring its vision to life. Each partner is carefully vetted for the value that they add to the company. Solidus AI Tech recently announced its partnership with three organizations, namely, Crowdcreate, Cyber Smart Defence, and Sinofy in Asia. Each one of these partners serves a unique purpose.
Crowdcreate is an award winning growth marketing service and was named “Top Crypto Marketing Firm” by Forbes, CoinBureau, and Clutch. They help to accelerate funding and influencer sales for businesses. They connect projects to the right investors by creating a brand and image that appeals to people willing to help grow a business. the company has worked with some of the largest organisations n the world to raise investor funds, rapidly increase sales, create buzz, acquire users and expand their online community. To date the company has raised $133 million, reached 7.1 million people and successfully managed more than 300 projects.
Cyber Smart Defence is a penetration testing and ethical hacking company. Its team of experts helps to find vulnerabilities and bugs in projects before attackers can exploit them. They help strengthen the security of a platform by finding and stopping cyber attacks before they happen. CEO Madalin Dumitru has over 20 years experience in Cyber Security and is a regular speaker on well known news channels.
Last but not least is Sinofy. Sinofy is a company that works with brands seeking to expand their reach in the digital sphere. Based in Asia, it helps to fund and empower companies in what is the world’s most digitally connected region – China and South East Asia. It will help expand Solidus AI Tech’s reach into the region.
Solidus AI Tech is audited by leading smart contract auditing firm Certik. It has received the stamp of approval from the firm which has confirmed that it is a safe project to interact with.
Founded in December 2017, Solidus Technologies started as a cryptocurrency mining firm with a particular focus on mining Ethereum (ETH) via GPU-based mining rigs. In the wake of the 2020 financial crash and the significant boost in demand for AI services, the company shifted its core focus to Artificial Intelligence and incorporated Solidus AI Tech to become the AI arm of the business. Solidus’ Artificial Intelligence infrastructure will enable Government Authorities, Megacorps, SME’s and Professionals to purchase AI services. Solidus AI Tech is launching its eco-friendly AITECH token to operate seamlessly with their AI infrastructure. AITECH can be bought, staked or held.
The Solidus AI Tech public sale is still ongoing. Visit https://www.ai-tech.io/ to participate.
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