Titan Technologies to Supply Research Data Platform for Los Alamos National Lab

Titan Technologies to Supply Research Data Platform for Los Alamos National Lab
Titan Technologies

Triad National Security has partnered with Destin, Florida-based data platform maker Titan Technologies to use the latter's product to support classified research work under the Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Titan Technologies said Wednesday that Triad National Security, a nonprofit that manages LANL, will employ the former's artificial intelligence and machine learning-based Core Data Platform to provide a repository of research data.

CDP will use natural language processing to ingest archival data and extract insights for research purposes. The data analysis tool is also designed to rapidly produce search results through a consolidated gateway.

David Ramirez, chief operating officer of Titan Technologies, said the company is looking forward to deploying CDP for similar government programs and other applications in sectors such as health care, legal and information technology.

CDP underwent pilot testing activities prior to entering the deployment phase at LANL.

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