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EMC Protocol Integrates with Nuco.cloud for New Opportunities in AI

source-logo  blockchainreporter.net 14 April 2024 18:56, UTC

­EMC Protocol, a well-known peer-to-peer and blockchain network, has recently announced a new collaboration. As the company says, it has partnered with “nuco.cloud,” which permits consumers to monetize the computing power of their server, computer, or smartphones, to explore decentralized artificial intelligence. The company took to its official account on the social media platform X to disclose the respective integration.

We're thrilled to announce our integration with @nucocloud SKYNET to redefine the possibilities in #DeAI
Together, we're powering up the next generation of #DeAI. Get ready for the future of computing power! https://t.co/vrZduSjyzy

— EMC (@EMCprotocol) April 14, 2024

EMC Protocol Collaborates with Nuco.cloud to Leverage More Computing Power Resources

The company revealed in its post that it has integrated with “SKYNET” of nuco.cloud to enhance its opportunities dealing with AI. In addition to this, it also expressed its confidence in the further progress of the collaboration. The company asserted that the partnership will likely contribute to fueling a new epoch of decentralized artificial intelligence.

According to the EMC Protocol, the partnership will lead to a cutting-edge future concerning computing power. As a result of this, the users will likely enjoy more efficient products and services in the future. Apart from that, nuco.cloud also commented on this development. The firm noted in its post that the partnership will expand artificial intelligence to make it more inclusive.

The Integration also Offers Developer Services and a dApp Launcher

The platform added that the integration plays the role of a landmark. It will likely improve the effectiveness of the distributed servers and GPUs as a supply concerning the community offering. Moreover, the integration provides thorough AI model collections. It also comprises advanced developer services. Furthermore, the integration offers an AI-decentralized application launcher.