Wipro launches Three Intel powered Edge AI Solutions

Wipro launches Three Intel powered Edge AI Solutions

Wipro has partnered with the Intel and launched three Edge AI (artificial intelligence) solutions for enterprises in utilities, energy and healthcare segments.

The solutions include surface crack detection, pipe sleuth, and medical imaging, the announcement says.

While pipe sleuth is an automated anomaly detection suite which is designed to read view scans of pipelines or any other utility infrastructure eliminating the need for the manual review, surface crack detection is an Artificial Intelligence suite to detect and label cracks in structures like the roads, bridges, buildings or pavements.

Wipro is leveraging Intel’s Xeon processors for boosting its AI solutions which can easily be customized for a customer-specific needs and integrated into their systems.

Executive Opinion

VP, and GM of AI Products and Research Marketing, AI Product Group, Intel, Julie Choi, said: “Customers find compelling benefits by using the Intel Xeon processors they already know and trust to start their AI journey,” “With Intel Xeon Scalable processors and the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit, Wipro's edge solutions will enable customers to take advantage of reduced power consumption and performance improvement.”

Senior Vice President and Global Head, Industrial and Engineering Services, Wipro Limited, Harmeet Chauhan, said: “Over the past four decades, Wipro’s engineering services offerings have created immense value for various global enterprises by creating innovative customer experiences, personalizing products, platforms, and technologies for new markets, integrating next-generation technologies, facilitating faster time to market and ensuring global product compliance,” . “We are excited to partner with Intel to improve and enhance our AI solutions and extend its value to our customers.”

The Wipro AI Programs

Wipro is also a member of the Intel AI Builders program to accelerate the adoption of the AI across the Intel platforms. Independent software vendors (ISVs), system integrators (SIs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and enterprise end users are part of Intel's AI Builders program.

Wipro has also been focusing on automation solutions. Wipro had also collaborated with the German software firm Camunda to provide more efficient workflow automation solutions.

In March 2019, this year, Wipro has launched it's Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) solutions, Wipro HOLMES, targetted towards governing critical supply chain processes.

To enhance digital transformation capabilities, Wipro has set up Chair for Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.

In a recent development, Wipro also partnered with Moogsoft to deliver next-generation AIOps, artificial intelligence for IT operations.

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