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Solana Backed AI DePIN io.net Launches Its IO Summit Keynote

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Singapore, Singapore, June 4th, 2024, Chainwire

Decentralized physical infrastructure network io.net has hosted its keynote at IO Summit. The event, which was live-streamed on June 4, covered the project’s recent milestones and addressed forthcoming development plans.

io.net CEO and Founder Ahmad Shadid was joined by his leadership team to present the data-rich keynote. The 40-minute broadcast also included a number of high-profile guests such as Solana founder Anatoly Yakovenko and Aptos CTO Dr. Avery Ching.

The io.net keynote brought the community up to date on the project’s latest fundraising efforts, which saw $30M raised in a Series A round in Q1. It also detailed io.net’s current valuation and recent achievements in terms of growing adoption.

io.net CEO Ahmad Shadid said: “The 2024 Keynote was a great opportunity to recap our journey so far in scaling the internet of GPUs, rolling out io.net Cloud, and showing the high demand that exists for a DePIN that can operate at scale. We’re grateful to our community for all their support and are excited to share our technical vision for where io.net is headed next and the role this will play in accelerating AI innovation.”

The io.net keynote concluded by the team revealing details of key utilities that are now being developed for its DePIN.

About io.net

io.net is a decentralized physical infrastructure network (DePIN) that deploys and manages on-demand, decentralized GPU clusters from geo-distributed sources. Hundreds of thousands of GPUs are accessible today in IO Network, and this Internet of GPUs is specifically architected for low latency, high processing demand use cases like AI/ML ops and cloud gaming. io.net democratizes access to GPU compute capacity while reducing costs, expediting lead times, and expanding choice for engineers and businesses. Access compute capacity for a fraction of the cost or become a capacity supplier at io.net.


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