DoubleTaketm Selected Amongst the Best Products at CES by the Paley Center; NexOptic Anticipates Closing Strategic Partnerships for ALLIS Beginning Q1
NexOptic Technology Corp. announced that its patent-pending artificial intelligence offering, ALLIS (“Advanced Low Light Imaging Solution”) attracted significant attention from a number of multinational imaging and semiconductor companies during private meetings at CES 2020 in Las Vegas. NexOptic anticipates closing strategic partnerships with several of these organizations beginning in Q1 of this year.
The Paley Center for Media also short-listed DoubleTake among the 13 best products at this year’s CES, and Forbes selected DoubleTake as one of the “Five Coolest Travel Gadgets at CES 2020.”
The Paley Center will include DoubleTake in its selection of the best products from CES 2020 to share at its exclusive members and invited guests-only event in New York on Thursday, January 16. NexOptic team members will be on-hand to introduce the award-winning product to media and key industry executives.
“The industry’s enthusiastic reception for ALLIS at CES confirmed our expectations for this ground-breaking AI and justified all the hard work of our developers and team,” said Paul McKenzie, CEO of NexOptic. “We look forward to sharing more news soon on the AI front, and we are also currently negotiating distribution and marketing agreements for DoubleTake.”
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