- Super Protocol and Gcore announced a partnership that adds new capabilities to the Super Protocol network.
- The python developers competition highlights current Super Protocol functionality and one of its use cases as an ML platform.
- Resources provided by Gcore will be available inside the Super Protocol marketplace as a part of the infrastructure.
Confidential computing platform developer Super Protocol announced a new partnership with public cloud and edge computing services provider, Gcore, to add new capabilities to the Super Protocol network of confidential computing providers. Gcore’s resources will be available on the Super Protocol marketplace as a part of the global confidential computing infrastructure.
New capabilities for Super Protocol
The Super Protocol team has delivered a foundation for its platform in less than a year. The platform is poised to make confidential computing more affordable and ubiquitous. Recently, the team announced the test network launch Phase One, which is moving to a conclusion with a big developer competition.
The python developers competition highlights current Super Protocol functionality and one of its use cases as an ML platform, which allows users to launch and train models using proprietary data in a secure environment. The company also stated that the next phase will be open for a broader range of developers and offer some new features, such as access to high-end equipment and services provided by the Super Protocol partners such as Gcore. Seva Vayner, Director of Edge Cloud stream at Gcore said,
« We are excited to join forces with Superprotocol, and bring the power of Gcore’s bare metal servers with Confidential Computing to their platform. Together, we are able to provide customers with an unparalleled level of security and performance, and we look forward to seeing the impact this partnership will have on the industry. »