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Here's how LUCD's collaboration with HPE OEM will lead the future of artificial intelligence


There’s no denying that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to become a game-changer in various development sectors. Realizing this opportunity, more number of organizations today are tapping into its limitless potential. LUCD is one such company that provides an E2E Data Science platform for trustworthy AI for the Enterprise, including governance and management of data and models. The big news is that LUCD has recently collaborated with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to accelerate enterprise AI solutions with big data to drive end-to-end business outcomes on a global scale.

As enterprises take advantage of edge technology, how do you take that data consummate, bring it in, and get new outcomes and insights from that data? LUCD's new partnership with HPE OEM will enable businesses to take advantage of the fast-moving AI market to gain a competitive advantage. Addressing this collaboration, John Leschorn, COO and co-founder, LUCD said, "Our collaboration with HPE will help Lucd realize our vision as a complete Enterprise AI solution for our customers, driving desired business outcomes".

LUCD's VP of Partner & Channel Management, Lee Guillaume, on the other hand, said, the company's objective was to help the business work with the data scientists. "We have to look at the data with the data scientists to produce the best outcome they can and the best solution for the company", he said, and then, the HPE OEM program and HPE innovation came as a natural fit for LUCD to bring their platform onto the AI technology, providing a secured platform. Watch the video below for more insights:

Lucd Enterprise AI software uses the HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10 to deliver flexibility and scale to manage and create compelling AI outcomes for Enterprise success. “With our HPE Gen10 servers, the world's most secure industry-standard servers, we deliver significant performance, versatility and scale that enable emerging technologies like artificial intelligence," said Phillip Cutrone, vice president and general manager, Worldwide OEM Business at HPE.

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Audrey Cox
Hewlett Packard Enterprise


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