SourceCode, Eviden align to bring HPC, AI, and quantum solutions to North American market
Norwood, Massachusetts company SourceCode, which described itself as focusing on “hardware co-design from device to data center,” has aligned with Atos subsidiary Eviden, the latter a digital transformation firm that has been increasingly active in the quantum space, to target the North American market with High Performance Computing (HPC), AI, and quantum technologies.
The partnership unites Eviden’s full-scale enterprise, HPC, AI, and quantum solutions, such as the BullSequana XH3000 exascale computing system, with SourceCode’s customer care, co-design engineering, professional services, and SourceCode Labs global test bed centers.
Specifically, the arrangement calls for SourceCode to offer Eviden’s Qaptiva Application Development Platform for building quantum-native or quantum-inspired applications. The SourceCode release announcing the partnership also stated that customers will also benefit from Eviden’s advanced computing “as-a-Service” solutions, including its JARVICE XE platform software for HPC, AI, and quantum workloads.
“Eviden’s mission is to provide the best-in-class HPC, AI and quantum solutions to the global market, and finding the right partner for North America was paramount,” said Emmanuel Le Roux, SVP and Global Head HPC, AI & Quantum at Eviden. “SourceCode’s 30+ year history of serving academic, government, and commercial customers, coupled with the engineering expertise of SourceCode Labs, and the company’s financial strength, and deep commitment to co-design fully resonate with Eviden’s values and customer needs.”
SourceCode CEO Arthur Ataie added, “Eviden is one of few companies in the world capable of engineering truly scalable yet efficient solutions, from exascale supercomputers down. Our co-design business model and Eviden’s products are ideally suited to the needs of the AI-enabled enterprise. Together, we can serve a new segment of the market with compelling new solutions.”
Both companies are scheduled to exhibit at the next month’s SC23 supercomputing event in Denver.
Dan O’Shea has covered telecommunications and related topics including semiconductors, sensors, retail systems, digital payments and quantum computing/technology for over 25 years.