nybl partners with Lenovo to drive R&D in Saudi Arabia’s public sector

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The partnership will leverage technical capacity through hardware technology and analytics

nybl, the Saudi-based AI-driven deep-tech development company, recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Lenovo, the world’s largest IT and Solutions provider, according to a press communiqué.

The MoU is aimed at strengthening joint activities in the areas of Research, Development, and Innovation (RDI) to deliver customized solutions for municipal authorities, future smart cities, and environmental protection.

The collaboration was formalized during a signing ceremony at the recently concluded LEAP 2023, in the presence of Noor Alnahhas, CEO, nybl, and Giovanni Di Filippo, EMEA President, Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG), as well as other high-level delegates from nybl and Lenovo.

In alignment with the Kingdom’s large-scale digitalization programme and increasing demands for advanced technological solutions, the new agreement will see Lenovo and nybl working together to explore innovative solutions and insights through the exploration of emerging datasets.

The collaboration will see nybl facilitating the use cases of its technology for Lenovo global clients and its partners. This will include nybl’s Artificial Intelligence technology stack (Anything.ai) and other ground-breaking Machine Learning (ML) models and solutions.

In turn, Lenovo will provide nybl with its expertise in High-Performance Computing, as well as access to areas in its Innovation and Creativity Centre, thereby enhancing nybl’s early access to high-efficiency advanced technology.

“As a global leader, Lenovo offers us opportunities to explore future Ai innovation and drive the development of smarter solutions for the public sector,” affirmed Alnahhas.

“We look forward to supporting nybl with our core competencies and hope to leverage their experience in real-life deployment with their ambition to tackle global challenges with end-to-end Ai solution,” asserted Di Filippo.

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