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Blaize Expands Asia-Pacific Distribution in Automotive, Retail, Metro and Industrial Markets via Partnership with Weikeng

Blaize Expands Asia-Pacific Distribution in Automotive, Retail, Metro and Industrial Markets via Partnership with Weikeng
Weikeng Group, a multi-Billion operation with a broad-based diversified customer base, to distribute Blaize products in China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia

Blaize, the AI computing innovator revolutionizing edge and automotive computing solutions, announced an partnership with Weikeng to provide demand generation distribution for Blaize products in China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia edge computing markets.

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Blaize is delivering AI computing hardware and software products built to overcome today’s unmet requirements for compute and productization of AI applications at the edge. As such, Weikeng’s leadership in edge computing in the automotive, IoT and industrial segments —  including smart vision in retail, metro, security and factories — is a great match for the Blaize product line. Blaize Pathfinder and Xplorer platforms coupled with the Blaize AI Software Suite, enable developers to usher in a new era of more practical and commercially viable edge AI products  across a wide range of edge use cases and industries. And Blaize AI Studio provides the industry’s first end-to-end AI productization solution for the edge.

“Weikeng’s demonstrated technical expertise and leadership will help us achieve greater access to the fast growing Asia-Pacific markets for AI edge computing and automotive,” said Dinakar Munagala, CEO of Blaize. “Together with Weikeng we are bringing forth a new era of AI computing capabilities to the region with more compute performance using less power and more flexibility at lower cost than legacy processor solutions.”

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“We are impressed by the capabilities of the Blaize’s Pathfinder and Xplorer edge AI computing platforms,” said Stan Chi, COO of Weikeng. “Our customers in IoT, smart retail, smart city and smart factory applications will benefit from our partnership with Blaize’s. In automotive, their innovations in areas such as ECU consolidation will find a receptive audience amongst our customer base.”

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