IBM Inks Triple Tech Deal To Propel India’s Electronic Revolution!

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Unveiling IBM’s pivotal partnership with MeitY: A bold leap in AI, semiconductors, and quantum tech, positioning India at the global forefront.

In a recent groundbreaking collaboration, IBM has partnered with three instrumental entities under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) to supercharge India’s advancements in AI, Semiconductors, and Quantum technology. Marking a pivotal moment in India’s tech-centric national strategy, this move is set to thrust the nation forward in global tech dominance.

IBM’s triple collaboration embodies three primary endeavours:

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Partnering with IndiaAI – Digital India Corporation, the plan is to birth a National AI Innovation Platform (AIIP). This premier institution will focus on AI skilling, fortifying the tech ecosystem, and promoting applications crucial for India’s commercial, scientific, and human-capital growth. The platform will tap into IBM’s watsonx capabilities, ensuring cutting-edge AI models span areas like language, coding, and geospatial science.

IBM is set to be the knowledge backbone for India Semiconductor Mission’s research centre. Leveraging IBM’s experience, the initiative will explore semiconductor innovations from advanced chip designs to packaging, all under a modern infrastructure.

The alliance with the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) underlines efforts to champion India’s National Quantum Mission. This partnership will bolster the quantum computing sphere – from workforce enablement and industry advancement to comprehensive R&D.

Union Minister Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar remarked on this historical alignment: “The broader opportunity lies in creating a global standard talent pool in India, capable of harnessing quantum computing, AI, and semiconductors.” He lauded IBM’s partnership and expressed his enthusiasm for these MoUs, which align seamlessly with PM Modi’s visionary approach.

Furthermore, Shri Sandip Patel, the Managing Director of IBM India & South Asia, emphasized, “Supporting the government’s efforts in these tech areas will be pivotal for India’s digital transformation and economic ascent.”

To sum it up, these collaborations between IBM, IndiaAI, ISM, and C-DAC are not just strategic partnerships but significant strides in positioning India as a global leader in AI, semiconductor, and quantum technology.


 

 

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