Thales and IIIT-Delhi to work on edge computing, defense and space

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Updated on Jul 27, 2021 18:41 IST

The activities will commence from August 2021 and will be carried out in phases.

Thales and the Indian Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-Delhi) have collaborated for research and development in the field of Open Hardware and other allied subjects.

The collaboration will enable the co-development of complex microprocessor architectures and multi-core processing systems \which would help in areas such as edge computing, smart manufacturing, defence and space.

Director IIIT-Delhi, Ranjan Bose said: “This collaboration is unique because of the problem-first approach and will leverage complementary skill sets from both sides. This is a long-term strategic partnership and also a step towards strengthening Indo-French collaboration and cooperation.”

As per a statement issued by Thales, it seeks to foster innovation and develop an ecosystem for scientific and industrial research by partnering with world-leading universities. In India, Thales has formed partnerships with the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Bombay and Delhi.

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