Rajant’s New Edge AI Platform ‘Cowbell’ Set to Revolutionize Broadband Communications

Rajant Corporation

MALVERN, PA — In the wake of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Rajant Corporation and its health-focused division, Rajant Health Incorporated (RHI), have unveiled an innovative edge AI platform that could significantly reshape broadband communications. The platform, aptly named ‘Cowbell’, offers a distributed computing hub and platform-as-a-service aimed at simplifying the delivery and management of AI applications at the edge.

The exponential growth in connected devices has flooded enterprise networks with data, threatening to overwhelm their capabilities. However, Cowbell seeks to address this issue head-on. The platform leverages Rajant’s patented InstaMesh® networking technology to provide a secure, fault-tolerant, and highly available distributed computing cluster over mesh.

According to Muthu Chandrasekaran, Ph.D., RHI VP of Artificial Intelligence, Cowbell’s goal is to simplify the complexities of AI productization and maintenance. The platform’s unique ‘MLOps-in-a-Box’ feature provides the necessary software, hardware, and networking infrastructure to bring distributed cloud-native computing to the edge. As more Cowbells are added to a deployment, the cluster automatically scales, making it a groundbreaking solution for managing the data deluge from connected devices.

Alongside Cowbell, CES attendees were introduced to Q-Stat, a wearable device packed with advanced sensors designed to cater to safety and wellness needs. Its flexible design strategy serves various markets, from humans to animals.

Rajant Health EVP Giana Schena, Ph.D., also highlighted Trovomics, a user-friendly platform for omics analysis. The platform empowers researchers to easily turn their sequencing data into interactive visualizations.

Geoff Smith, Rajant EVP of Sales and Marketing, emphasized that both Cowbell and Q-Stat would be integrated with the Rajant Kinetic Mesh family of wireless networking BreadCrumb® solutions and the Kinetic Mesh-enabled Reios IoT platform. The latter offers comprehensive automated operational intelligence that is fast and easy to deploy.

The unveiling of Cowbell and Q-Stat at CES marks a significant step forward in edge AI technology. As the digital landscape continues to evolve, tools like these will be pivotal in ensuring that broadband communications can keep pace with the increasing demands of connected devices.

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