LuxProvide, the operator of the national supercomputer MeluXina, unveiled its new brand identity, which embodies the company’s customer-centric approach.
The presentation of LuxProvide’s new brand identity coincides with the launch of the third phase of the company’s development strategy. Following the design, construction, and implementation of MeluXina (phase 1), the deployment of an appropriate software environment, and the launch of an early access program (phase 2), LuxProvide has gathered the customer’s feedback and employed it for developing the third phase of its action plan, focusing on providing research and business players with a unique platform that combines data science and supercomputing resources, while drawing on a strong customer-centric approach.
“At LuxProvide, we place people at the center of everything we do. We believe that the key to effective innovation is a design thinking and co-creation approach involving our customers throughout the entire development process”, stated David Papiah, CEO of LuxProvide.
LuxProvide serves both public and private clients on a national and European scale covering the full spectrum from startups to SMEs and large corporations. The company focuses on highly innovative domains such as Industry 4.0, Logistics, Sustainability, Space, Healthtech, and Fintech.
LuxProvide also upholds the highest security and sustainability standards, striving to be a trusted partner for all of its clients. The company operates from a Tier IV Data Center and has obtained ISO 27001 certification. Furthermore, assets entrusted to LuxProvide benefit from the strictest data sovereignty measures.
In addition, MeluXina is installed in LuxConnect’s Data Center DC2 in Bissen, which utilizes cooling sourced from Kiowatt, a cogeneration plant powered by waste wood. LuxConnect stands out as one of the few Data Center operators to offer genuinely carbon-neutral facilities and is at the cutting edge of sustainability and social responsibility.
LuxProvide’s business strategy rests on the twin pillars of Direct Customers and Partners. The company has been very active in the last months, adding to its Customer portfolio innovative firms such as:
- Spire Global, headquartered in Luxembourg, a space-to-cloud data and analytics player that specializes in the tracking of global data sets powered by a large constellation of nanosatellites;
- Colossal AI, a global enterprise, offering a large-scale deep learning model designed for data training using various parallelization techniques;
- Zortify, a Luxembourg-based NLP company that leverages artificial intelligence to facilitate informed, unbiased, and objective decision-making.
The Solution Partners ecosystem of LuxProvide which has the scope of extending its reach capacity, saw Advestis as its first addition. Advestis is a pure player in data science headquartered in Paris that meets the needs for fluidification of processes and tools in the banking and financial industry.
Today, LuxProvide is proud to announce the following two partnerships with:
- DataThings, a Luxembourgish company focused on delivering machine learning and real-time data analytics to diverse businesses;
- DataChef, a Dutch boutique firm specializing in big data and machine learning, dedicated to providing customized and innovative solutions that drive digital transformation and success.
“We are proud as we have been extremely fast in securing contracts and partnerships, now we will focus on expanding our portfolio even further and on proving the value we can bring to the organizations accelerating and upscaling their digital transformation journey,” said Filipe Pais, Chief Customer Success Officer at LuxProvide.
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