NexOptic Technology Corp. (OTCQB:NXOPF, TSXV:NXO) is led by a blue chip team, including turnaround specialist and former CEO of Lexmark International, Rich Geruson. Their remarkable A.I. imaging technology has been noticed by numerous multinationals. NexOptic’s collaborations with Qualcomm (Nasdaq:QCOM, $103 billion) and now Ndiva’s “Preferred Partner” network puts them into an elite group of AI firms gaining integrated access to an A-list customer base.
NexOptic further announced on July 20th the introduction of a revolutionary AI for neural image signal processors (ISP’s) – a fusion of leading edge and traditional imaging technologies, further expanding their defensive intellectual property portfolio strategy.
A recently opened office in Seoul, South Korea will further accelerate Asian market operations for NexOptic.
Regionally, South Korea, Taiwan and China represent the global hub of siliconized semiconductor supply chains.
“Our All Light Intelligent Imaging Solutions (ALIIS) products are now ready for deployment on our partner platforms with Nvidia and Qualcomm, and we anticipate customer deals for sales of ALIIS in the near future,” said Rich Geruson, Nexoptic’s chairman. “Meanwhile, we see huge future opportunity with siliconized AI by making our technology commercially viable for virtually untapped segments of the electronics industry.”
NextGen machines, cars, cities and platforms need to “see” efficiently and process instantly. The future is Artificial Intelligence, and it’s big. NexOptic, developer of ALIIS (All Light Intelligent Imaging Solutions) is being courted by the biggest players in the industry and is on its way toward what could be a multi-billion opportunity for early shareholders.