NexCOBOT wins Breakthrough Innovation Award from Intel Corporation
NexCOBOT announced today that Intel Corporation has recognized the organization with an Intel Partner Award in the category of Breakthrough Innovation.
Taipei Taiwan, May 25th, 2023 - NexCOBOT announced today that Intel Corporation has recognized the organization with an Intel Partner Award in the category of Breakthrough Innovation. NexCOBOT was awarded for collaborating with ecosystem partners to build the first x86 functional safety robot control solution and continually improving and enabling these partners in their ability to be innovative and bold.
To qualify as a winner in the Breakthrough Innovation category, organizations must be a member of the Intel Partner Alliance as well as demonstrate over the past year a commitment to innovation and a proven track record of bringing new products and solutions to the market that feature the latest Intel technologies. NexCOBOT and its ecosystem partners announce the launch of a new functional safety robot control solution in Hannover Messe 2023. NexCOBOT's PC-based robot control platform-SCB100, coupled with Synapticon's smart servo drive and safe motion module form the next generation modularized collaborative application robot control ROBASafe solution, building the world's first x86 SIL 2/SIL 3 robot control solution. Enhanced for IoT embedded and industrial applications, the SCB100 adopts the Intel Atom x6427FE processor and Intel Safety Island (Intel SI) with integrated functional safety capability, making it the best processor to develop a control system for robots and machines.
"We are honored to receive the Breakthrough Innovation Award from Intel Corporation. It's our pleasure to collaborate with our partners Intel, Synapticon, Fraunhofer IWU, and Sysgo to equip robot builders with the tools to build safer, high-performance robotic solutions in shorter time frames." NexCOBOT General Manager Jenny Shern states "This award is a recognition of our focus on product and software solutions development in collaboration with ecosystem partners to provide innovative solutions to our customers."
"We are thrilled to recognize Intel's partner award winners across the APJ region," said John Kalvin, vice president and general manager of Intel's Global Partners & Support organization. "Our partners have achieved the highest standards in growth, innovation, and market acceleration. Congratulations to NexCOBOT for your remarkable achievements. We value your Extreme Partnership and look forward to continued success as we unleash the future together."
"We are proud to honour the exceptional partnership between Intel and NexCOBOT in driving innovation and excellence in technology. What makes this year's awards for our APJ partners extra special is our shared commitment in overcoming adversity, exemplifying resilience and determination amidst the prevailing macroeconomic headwinds. APJ continues to be a leading growth region and we value the collaboration with our partners in offering the best solutions and experiences to our customers. Thank You," said Steve Long, corporate vice president and general manager for Intel Asia Pacific and Japan.
For more product information of the first x86 functional safety robot control solution, please visit www.nexcobot.com.
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