Compular is developing a platform to make computational material analysis straightforward, starting with battery material development.
Molydyn develops a cloud suite of simulation tools to help materials scientists develop better materials faster.
Distributive has developed a framework allowing users to run easily computational workloads across any devices they already own.
Scramjet develops a framework of the same name that handles data pipelines end-to-end – from data collection to processing.
Quanscient brings multiphysics simulations to the cloud, helping customers get their products to market faster and more efficiently.
LGN builds the world’s first continuous learning loop for edge AI applications: the open-source, cloud-native framework “Neuroform.”
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