MAQS assist Zenuity in connection with its sourcing of crucial artificial intelligence and high-performance computing infrastructure
MAQS’ team of specialists focusing on artificial intelligence and tech law has assisted Zenuity in connection with the company’s sourcing of the crucial artificial intelligence and high-performance computing infrastructure it needs in order to develop next generation autonomous driving (AD) systems and the selection of Hewlett Packard Enterprise as provider.
Zenuity is a joint venture between Volvo Cars and Veoneer, two Swedish companies whose names are synonymous with automotive safety. Zenuity’s platforms have been designed to deliver world-class performance in autonomous driving while at all times meeting stringent real-world safety benchmarks.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise will provide Zenuity with core data processing services that will allow Zenuity to gather, store, organize and analyze the data it generates globally from its network of test vehicles and software development centers. Deployment is due to begin rollout in summer 2020. Initial rollout will take place in Sweden, with plans for global deployment in the near future.
MAQS is very proud of having been part of this project, which is well in line with the firm’s focus on providing legal services to state of the art tech companies as well as to handle complex agreements relating to artificial intelligence and high-performance computing infrastructure.
MAQS’ team was led by Linn Samuelsson and also consisted of Anton Olsson, representing MAQS’ growing focus groups for Digital Business and Automotive.
Read Read Zenuity’s press release here
Read HPE’s press release here