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Vecow and Blaize partner on workstation-grade edge AI

Vecow ECX-2400 AI builds on Blaize’s advanced Xplorer X1600P PCIe series AI accelerator

Vecow ECX-2400 AI

Vecow has announced its new artificial intelligence (AI)-powered edge computing solution: ECX-2400 AI.

Developed in partnership with Blaize, Vecow ECX-2400 AI features programmable GSP architecture, ensuring low latency and high performance.

Powered by 10-core 10th Gen Intel Xeon/Core i9/i7/i5/i3 processor and built on Blaize Xplorer X1600P PCIe series AI accelerator card, Vecow ECX-2400 AI also delivers increased system reliability, reduced power consumption, and faster time-to-market at a lower total cost of ownership. 

The system is geared toward Industry 4.0 applications, including smart AOI, traffic vision,  robotic control, and more.

The compact and rugged Vecow ECX-2400 AI also pairs Blaize Picasso SDK with VHub AI developer software. This allows users to build, deploy and manage edge AI inference systems with single-core or quad-core Blaize Xplorer AI Inference Accelerators.

Vecow global sales director Joseph Huang said, “It’s our honor to carry a new powerful and lower power consumption AI accelerator solution to the market. Industrial users have stringent requirements for trusted and reliable AI computing engines with longevity support and less total cost of ownership. This collaboration with Blaize contributes our global partners and customers closer to their success with faster time-to-market consideration. We will keep engaging advanced AI technologies to benefit to our global partners and customers.”

Vecow’s AI computing system also addresses industrial demands with its smart system protection functions, including 12V to 50V wide range DC input, 80V surge protection, and software ignition control.

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Optional VHub Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT) solution offers support for OpenVINO based AI accelerator and advanced edge AI applications.

“We look forward to jointly engaging with end customers and channel partners to deliver the new levels of efficient and cost-effective AI inference systems enabled by the Vecow ECX-2400 AI,” said Barrie Mullins, senior director of product marketing at Blaize. 

Mullins added, “Industrial customers using vision analytics in use cases such as industrial inspection, manufacturing production line anomaly, human-robot interaction, employee safety and smart camera systems can utilize the ECX-2400 AI to advance operational efficiencies and processes.”

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