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Noodle.ai Unveils BEAST Enterprise Artificial Intelligence Supercomputing Technology – Powered by NVIDIA DGX-1 AI Supercomputer


Noodle Analytics, Inc. (Noodle.ai), the Enterprise Artificial Intelligence company, today announced the general availability of the Noodle.ai BEAST, an AI platform powered by the NVIDIA DGX-1 AI supercomputer.

The announcement coincides with the one-year anniversary of Noodle.ai’s founding on March 14, 2016—pi day.

“During Noodle.ai’s first year, we assembled some of the world’s top AI experts, supercomputing engineers, and management consultants to create targeted AI solutions for core operations in complex enterprises,” says Stephen Pratt, CEO of Noodle.ai. “The BEAST allows our clients to achieve previously unattainable levels of accuracy on business predictions, recommendations, and intelligent process automation.”

Noodle.ai is pioneering the application of artificial intelligence to fundamental business challenges like demand prediction, pricing, supply chain, customer engagement, and industrial operations.

“We built the NVIDIA DGX-1 to enable exactly the kinds of applied supercomputing innovations that Noodle.ai and its clients are pursuing,” remarks Jim McHugh, Vice President and General Manager at NVIDIA.

The GPU architecture of the DGX-1 decreases the amount of time that learning algorithms need to be trained properly, allowing Noodle.ai—and its clients—to assimilate even more data into time-sensitive predictions. “The ability to build and run sophisticated learning algorithms to deliver accurate and timely predictive analytics for critical business decisions is of immense value to our clients,” notes Raj Joshi, President & COO at Noodle.ai.

About Noodle.ai

Noodle.ai, the Enterprise Artificial Intelligence company, provides advanced analytics solutions to the world’s most innovative companies. Founded in 2016, Noodle.ai has world-class experience in data science, artificial intelligence, supercomputing technology, and management consulting. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Palo Alto and Bangalore.

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