April 4, 2023

Quantiphi Named 2023 NVIDIA Partner Network Service Delivery Partner of the Year

Quantiphi has been named the NVIDIA Partner Network Service Delivery Partner of the Year for the Americas for the second year in a row, due to its exemplary contribution in the fields of Applied AI and data science.

MARLBOROUGH, MA. — Quantiphi, an AI-first digital engineering platforms and services company, has been named the 2023 NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN) Service Delivery Partner (SDP) of the Year for the Americas region.

This announcement distinguishes Quantiphi — which received the award for the second year in a row — within NPN for its proven capability to help customers build end-to-end AI workflows, with expertise serving customers in healthcare, financial services, telecommunications and other industries. Quantiphi earns this accolade for its deep technical understanding of the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software stack and NVIDIA DGX platform, coupled with subject-matter expertise in large language models, genomics, physics-informed machine learning, and hybrid computing. 

“We’re proud and honored to have won the SDP of the Year award for the second time in a row. The pace of AI innovation at NVIDIA is second to none and this award is an indicator of how effective our AI Services Delivery methodology has become in translating this innovation into tangible value for Global 2000 organizations and startups alike,” said Siddharth Kotwal, Global Head of NVIDIA Practice at Quantiphi. “We’ve built ground-up expertise in NVIDIA technologies spanning DGX, the NeMo framework, RAPIDS, Clara Discovery, Riva, Omniverse Avatar Cloud Engine and Metropolis – making us an ideal AI services partner for NVIDIA customers and NPN partners that need thought leadership and engineering support.”

“Enterprises adopting AI are seeking partners with the AI and industry expertise needed to solve complex business challenges through transformational strategies,” said Craig Weinstein, Vice President of the Americas Partner Organization at NVIDIA. "Quantiphi’s deep subject-matter expertise — spanning NVIDIA AI solutions for healthcare, financial services, telecommunications and more — paired with its workforce of more than 400 NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute-certified professionals enables customers to move efficiently from planning to production AI deployments.”

"This award embodies our mastery in building and scaling enterprise-grade solutions with NVIDIA AI, DGX and Jetson Orin platforms,” said Asif Hasan, Co-founder at Quantiphi. “In our 10 years of existence as an AI-first digital engineering company, Quantiphi has always been committed to finding newer ways to leverage AI and accelerated computing for solving novel problems at the heart of a customer’s business. Our collaboration with NVIDIA has made it easier for us to move in lockstep with the most meaningful academic and engineering advancements in AI – large language modeling, protein folding, generative chemistry and physics-informed neural networks. We look forward to continuing to drive the adoption of NVIDIA products in the enterprise across all cloud platforms and industries.”  

About Quantiphi

Quantiphi is an award-winning AI-first digital engineering company driven by the desire to solve transformational challenges at the heart of the business. Quantiphi solves the toughest and most complex business problems by combining deep industry experience, disciplined infrastructure modernization and data engineering practices with cutting-edge AI research to achieve quantifiable business impact at an unprecedented speed. We are passionate about our customers and obsessed with problem-solving to make products smarter, customer experiences frictionless, processes autonomous and businesses safer by detecting risks, threats, and anomalies. For more on Quantiphi’s capabilities, visit https://quantiphi.com/.

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Hadley Mayes


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