The Atempo-Wooxo Group, specialists in digital data protection announce today the opening of NextIno, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) center dedicated to innovative data protection and R&D.
A Working environment ideal for creativity and innovation
NextIno is part of the LAB’O project in the heart of a digital start-up center in Orleans. THe LAB'O is connected to the regions universitaties and is recognized for its excellence in math and computer science. The LAB'O house around 100 startups in 14 000 m² of space including a programmers school. The building has been entirely renovated and designed to offer the best possible environment for collective intelligence and workplace wellbeing.
Straight from the outset NextIno will employ a pioneering team of five data scientists led by NextIno MD Bernard Peultier. Their work will concentrate on analytical support, machine learning, deep machine learning and AI for data management, protection and migration solutions for large and very large data volumes.
Gartner recently predicted that Augmented Data Management will reduce data managment tasks by up to 45% by 2022. NextIno's solutions will give companies automated management functionality to ensure optimal data access, exploitation, movement and storage.
"The choice of Orleans and the LAB'O was specifically to foster our Open Innovation approach with third-party development outside of our core organization and to build a process of innovation to better serve the collective intelligence of our established ecosystem. In practical terms this means opening up our innovation program to our major customers, system integrators and technological partners who now have a direct line to the skills of university excellence and research labs along with other innovative start-ups" added Luc d’Urso, CEO Atempo-Wooxo.
"The City and Region of Orleans and the LAB'O have provided us with a very suitable framework to achieve our ambitions. We have already been welcomed and installed in remarkable conditions by the different parties involved and we look forward to a very rich collaboration" concluded Luc.