Their GPU-as-a-Service (GaaS) solution empowers telcos and enterprises to easily deploy AI models, resulting in low-latency AI solutions and enhanced data security.
ActivePort and Radian Arc have announced an expanded relationship aimed at revolutionizing AI deployment within the telecommunications industry. The collaboration seeks to leverage Radian Arc’s cutting-edge AMD-based GPU platform, which is already integrated into a rapidly expanding network of 50 telco customers globally, to offer groundbreaking GPU-as-a-Service (GaaS) for AI. This partnership will enable telcos and their enterprise customers to effortlessly deploy AI models within their networks, resulting in unique low-latency AI solutions.
By combining Radian Arc’s leading infrastructure solutions for telcos with ActivePort’s state-of-the-art orchestration technology, the two companies are set to transform the approach to AI model training and deployment. Leveraging Radian Arc’s AMD-based GPUs and FPGA encoders, telcos can now offer high-performance AI models directly within their networks, ensuring reduced latency and enhanced data security.
One notable advantage of the ActivePort and Radian Arc solution is the preservation of data sovereignty. As the model data remains securely within the telco’s network, customers can have peace of mind that their sensitive data remains protected. This feature positions the collaboration between ActivePort and Radian Arc as an ideal solution for projects with stringent security requirements.
“We are excited to expand our partnership with ActivePort and introduce GPU-as-a-Service capabilities to our telco customers,” said David Cook, CEO at Radian Arc. “By leveraging Radian Arc’s cutting-edge GPU-as-a-Service technology, we empower telcos and their enterprise customers to harness the power of AI within their networks, enabling them to deliver unique low-latency AI solutions. The added advantage of data sovereignty ensures that our solution is well-suited to projects where training data, input data, and results are country-specific or highly sensitive.”
Through this collaboration, ActivePort and Radian Arc are taking a significant step forward in accelerating AI innovation and meeting the evolving needs of telcos and their enterprise customers. By integrating AI and video streaming directly within telco networks, organizations can unlock new possibilities for AI applications, benefiting from reduced latency and enhanced data security.
ActivePort’s Chairman and CEO, Peter Christie, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “The technology we are currently deploying to over 50 telcos worldwide for Radian Arc is particularly suited to AI models that process video in real time. ActivePort’s orchestration software makes that platform readily available for telco customers to consume GPU and FPGA capacity for AI as a service. We are witnessing a substantial increase in demand for AI processing capacity and are well-positioned to meet that demand immediately.”
ActivePort and Radian Arc are actively collaborating to deploy the GPU-as-a-Service solution to their existing network of telco customers, which is rapidly expanding. This partnership aims to accelerate the adoption of AI technologies, offering telcos and enterprises unprecedented opportunities for innovation and gaining a competitive advantage.