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In this collaboration, Asus will be responsible for the cloud server, cloud service platform, and AI application integration services; meanwhile, Taiwan Mobile will be responsible for the construction of computer rooms and information services, and Quanta will be responsible for the AI/HPC computing and data storage platform.
The establishment of this project marks the first time that these three Taiwanese companies have formed an alliance, and it is a vertical integration with the middle and lower reaches of the industry from terminal equipment manufacturing and the establishment of networks to technological application services planning. It is also a cross-industry collaboration between companies in the domain of software and hardware manufacturing, telecommunications, and finance.
Quanta stated that the establishment of the “Taiwanese AI A Team” is in response to the national AI development strategy and will bring together top-notch Taiwanese server, cloud, networking, and AI technologies to take the lead in the development and promotion of the domestic AI industry and provide world-class international AI cloud solutions.
(TR/ Phil Sweeney)
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