NexOptic Joins Qualcomm’s Exclusive Membership Group


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NexOptic Technology Corp., an optics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovator, announced that it has been admitted by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., to its Qualcomm Advantage Network, making NexOptic one of a very limited number of Platform Solutions Ecosystem members.

Qualcomm Advantage Network provides a nexus of value to its exclusive membership including facilitating global marketing initiatives and business development opportunities within Qualcomm’s customer network, in addition to fostering connection and collaboration between group members.

“We're grateful to Qualcomm for allowing us entry into such an esteemed group,” said Paul McKenzie, CEO of NexOptic. “The levels of expertise and exposure offered through this program will give our breakout technologies recognition exactly where it matters most.”

Membership is limited to companies leveraging Qualcomm’s transformative technologies at the bleeding edge of innovation. The marketing and business development opportunities that arise from being a member could significantly increase the rate of adoption of NexOptic’s AI into third party global enterprises. 

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