Industry Associations in the technology sector
Tachyum is proud to announce that it has become a member of several industry associations in the technology sector, such as GSA, JEDEC, IEEE, OpenBMC, UEFI, UCIe, Open Compute Project, Gaia-X (European Association for Data and Cloud).
As a member, Tachyum will contribute its expertise to panels and working groups, and participate in scheduled events. It will also enable key Tachyum management to network and engage with other member companies.
I4DI Innovation for Digital Infrastructure
Tachyum has also joined I4DI (Innovation for Digital Infrastructure) consortium to design the world’s fastest AI Supercomputer in Slovakia.
Together with fellow founding members PosAm, Towercom, IPM Group and InoCloud and newest members Seagate, WWT, VNET and Sylex are lending their expertise, along with partners SAS (Slovak Academy of Sciences) and MIRDI (Ministry of Investment, Regional Development and Informatization) who are bringing their relevant capabilities and experience to the development of the National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) in Slovakia.
Collaboration with institutions in Research & Academia
Tachyum has entered into two important MoUs with the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) and the Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC) to collaborate on open supercomputing projects, scientific research, and innovations in artificial intelligence.
Both supercomputing centers will test an HPC infrastructure based on the Tachyum platform. We have entered into agreements also with prestigious universities and faculties. We are interested in creating a Knowledge and Innovation Community for AI that mutually benefits research, business, manufacturing and university education.
Where industry leaders meet to efficiently and sustainably establish semiconductor ecosystem initiatives and standards.
JEDEC committees develop open standards for semiconductor components and subsystems.
The world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of electronics technology.
A consortium dedicated to proliferating open source computing solutions and designs.
Comes Together at The Linux Foundation in order to define the BMC Firmware Stack.
UEFI is dedicated to innovating firmware through industry collaboration.
UCIe is an open specification that defines the interconnect between chiplets within a package, enabling an open chiplet ecosystem and ubiquitous interconnect at the package level.
TCG is formed to develop, define and promote open, vendor-neutral, global industry specifications and standards, supportive of a hardware-based root of trust, for interoperable trusted computing platforms.
PCI-SIG is the consortium that owns and manages PCI specifications as open industry standards. The organization defines industry standard I/O (input/output) specifications consistent with the needs of its members.
SONiC is an open-source Network Operating System (NOS) community project of the OCP.
ETP4HPC – the European Technology Platform (ETP) for High-Performance Computing (HPC)
ETP4HPC is a private, industry-led and non-profit association whose main mission is to promote European HPC research and innovation.
National Supercomputer Centre covers activities related to HPC. The vision of NSCC as an association of state institutions and the private sector is also to develop a new supercomputer in Slovakia.
I4DI (Innovations for Digital Infrastructure) is a partnership of innovative EU and global technology leaders brought together to develop European-based supercomputing solutions to advance the region’s capabilities in solving the performance, power and efficiency issues challenging the industry today.
InoCloud is a cloud and data center solutions provider founded in 2020 with the aim to disrupt the global cloud solutions market by implementing innovative technologies coupled with complete software stack to power the data centers of the future – ones that offer breakthrough computational power and performance, save great amounts of energy, and significantly simplify complex processes.
The Gaia-X AISBL is an international non-profit association founded with the goal to develop the technical framework for the sovereign data infrastructure and operate the Gaia-X Federation services. It works hand in hand with the Gaia-X Hubs, which give users a voice at the national level, and the open-source software community.
PosAm operates in areas of workforce management, insurance, transport and public administration. The company perpetually seeks opportunities to transform technological innovations, data and information technology into customer benefits. PosAm ranks among the most prosperous Slovak companies with a long-established market position.
Towercom provides radio and television signals to public and state-of-the-art data solutions & connectivity to corporate clients. They do their utmost to constantly improve the technical infrastructure to make information and entertainment available to all people.
Seagate Technology crafts the datasphere, helping to maximize humanity’s potential by innovating world-class, precision-engineered data storage and management solutions with a focus on sustainable partnerships. A global technology leader for more than 40 years, the company has shipped over three billion terabytes of data capacity.
VNET has nearly 20 years of experience in comprehensive telecommunications solutions, including guaranteed internet connections, cloud services, hosting, VoIP voice solutions and complete datacentre services.
SYLEX is a world-class original design manufacturer of high-quality optical interconnect solutions and fibre optic sensing/monitoring solutions. Main markets of fibre optic interconnection division SYLEX services are: Telecom, Datacom & LAN Business, On-Board Optics, General Industry, Defense, aerospace & Harsh environment. SYLEX offers automated monitoring solutions based on modernized FBG technology.
World Wide Technology
With thousands of IT engineers, hundreds of application developers and unmatched labs for testing and deploying technology at scale, WWT helps customers bridge the gap between IT and the business. By bringing leading technology companies together in a physical yet virtualized environment through its Advanced Technology Center, WWT integrates individually impressive technologies to produce game-changing solutions.
M Computers is a leader in HPC, supercomputing and AI in the CEE region, and specializes in the design and delivery of computing clusters, high-capacity storage, servers, and data storage.
“Prodigy processors from Tachyum look very promising for HPC and AI deployments from compute performance point of view.” - Petr Plodik, Sales Director at M Computers.
MatLogica’s primary product is AADC, a just-in-time (JIT) compiler tailored for complex repetitive calculations and Automatic Adjoint Differentiation (AAD), which seamlessly achieves up to 100x speed-ups while also calculating risks automatically and precisely using AAD.
“By using MatLogica’s AADC on Tachyum, users should see unprecedented levels of performance, simplified software infrastructure, lower ownership costs, as well as reduced carbon footprint for compute-intensive tasks.” - Dmitri Goloubentsev, CTO of MatLogica
Research, Development, and Academia
Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) is the national supercomputing center in Spain. BSC specializes in high-performance computing (HPC) and manage MareNostrum, one of the most powerful supercomputers in Europe, located in the Torre Girona chapel.
“One of the key ways to attract top talent to supplement your research efforts is to provide these professionals with the best tools available in the marketplace for them to successfully complete their work.” - Professor Mateo Valero, director of BSC.
Jülich Supercomputing Centre
JSC launched the first German supercomputing center in 1987 and currently operates one of the most powerful supercomputers in Europe –JUWELS.
“It is one of our guiding principles to collaborate with innovative processor developers worldwide. Prodigy was designed to largely avoid silicon underutilization, which is what makes the processor so attractive for energy-efficient simulations, data analytics and AI applications.” - Prof. Thomas Lippert, director of JSC
Kempelen Institute of Intelligent Technologies (KInIT) is an independent non-profit research institute with a mission to connect industry with excellent science. KInIT is focused on intelligent technologies, artificial intelligence in particular.
“I believe that our partnership with Tachyum will foster sustainable innovation and contribute to creating an attractive environment for the most skilled talents.” - Professor Maria Bielikova, Director General of KInIT
Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies
Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies (FIIT) is one of the seven faculties of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (SUT). FIIT SUT covers the very area of informatics and information technologies (IIT) in both research and education. FIIT is the first faculty in the Slovak Republic with such mission. In spite of the fact, that FIIT is a new faculty, SUT has long-term experiences in the area of IIT and has achieved several substantial results in this area
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of Slovak Technical University in Bratislava as one of the oldest technical faculties in Slovakia with rich scientific and research activities has the mission to offer quality academical education of all degrees on the basis of free scientific research and creative experimental development.
Film and Television Faculty of The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava
The Film and Television Faculty of The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava is the oldest and most prestigious film school in Slovakia. It provides education to especially gifted students, further develops their talent and artistic abilities, and leads them to a deepening of their individual personal expression. In this way it contributes to cultivation in the audio-visual area and helps maintain awareness of the nation’s high cultural level.
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University was established in 1959 as the second classical University in Slovakia. The current structure of P. J. Šafárik University includes five faculties – Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Public Administration and Faculty of Arts. More than 7 500 students are studying there.
Technical University of Košice
TUKE caters for a wide range of educational needs not only in the East-Slovak region, but throughout Slovakia and Central Europe, as in many specializations it is the only centre of education and research in this area. TUKE closely co-operates with other universities and with industrial organizations throughout the region and the Slovak Republic.
Faculty of Management Science and Informatics
Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Žilina was founded on July 17th 1990 by approval of University Senate. The main idea of foundation was integration of developing knowledge from ICT in the Faculty Programmes of study. That was above all students and staff from Department of Technical Cybernetics existing from 1972 on the University (in that time University of Transport and Communication, Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering).