Hyderabad: Hyderabad-based IT solutions and video conferencing solution provider Soulpage is part of three startup programmes being offered by tech giants. Apart from being associated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) activate programme for startups and Microsoft for startups programme, the city-based three-year-old startup has also joined NVIDIA Inception – a programme designed to nurture startups revolutionising industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.
The company, which is recognised by the Government of Telangana as a startup, is focused on delivering digital transformative solutions to businesses seeking to develop technologically advanced products and service applications and scale their opportunities with AI and ML.
NVIDIA Inception will allow Soulpage to strengthen its core operations and streamline its business across different industries. It will also offer it the opportunity to collaborate with industry-leading experts and other AI-driven organisations.
Soulpage co-founder Ramesh Damma said, “NVIDIA support will further excel our expertise and will help in delivering world-class cognitive and sophisticated solutions”.
The startup was one of the three firms shortlisted by the government of India to develop Zoom alternatives in 2020 and it made it to the final list of companies which included large enterprises like Zoho Corporation and HCL Technologies.
“The AWS programme will provide us an opportunity to explore world-class infrastructure and help our developers in building productive and sophisticated solutions seamlessly,” said Pushya Mitra, COO, Soulpage IT Solutions.
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