Tmax unveils AI, big data, cloud computing-based services

John Yun, president and chief technology officer at TmaxSoft, speaks during a press conference at COEX in southern Seoul. Courtesy of Tmax
John Yun, president and chief technology officer at TmaxSoft, speaks during a press conference at COEX in southern Seoul. Courtesy of Tmax

 

Tmax has unveiled new services based on emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data and cloud-computing technologies to help its customers achieve operational efficiency, the company said Friday.

The IT company’s three affiliates’ ― TmaxSoft, TmaxData and TmaxOS ― held the annual TmaxDay event in Seoul and introduced IT services for the business-to-business and business-to-consumer sectors utilizing its AI, big data, blockchain and cloud computing technologies.


The new services include Cloud Space that enables users to use office tools such as word processors, database management, presentations, scheduling and video conferencing by just accessing the internet web browser or mobile app because the service is operated on its cloud-computing system.

Another new service the company introduced is HyperStudy, an online education tool that allows users to interact with an AI teacher.

All these services are based on its AI, big data and cloud-computing technologies, targeting both B2C and B2B markets.

Among the technologies it utilizes, John Yun, president and chief technology officer at TmaxSoft, puts emphasis on AI, saying the emerging technology is “an essential tool that connects between the physical world and cyberspace.”

He added, “Companies that will not adopt the AI technology to their business will die out in the competition. By utilizing our AI technology, we aim to provide quality data to our users so that they can enhance their competitiveness.”

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