NT Concepts Gets Certification Under Google Cloud Partner Program; Darin Powers Quoted

Darin Powers
Darin Powers

NT Concepts has received the Machine Learning Partner Specialization under the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program after demonstrating its capacity to build machine learning offerings through the Google Cloud service.

The certification validates NT Concepts' pre-trained machine learning application program interfaces as well as its capabilities in model training, evaluation, deployment, data exploration and online prediction, the company said Thursday.

“Our teams use the FedRAMP platform and tools to quickly prototype and deploy high-quality operational AI and machine learning solutions to help our clients solve mission challenges,“ said Darin Powers, president and chief operating officer at NT Concepts.

NT Concepts has served as a Google Cloud partner since 2006.

The Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program was established to assist customers through qualified partners that have displayed technical capacities in various service areas.

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