While digital opens up opportunities, it is also very energy-intensive. With the launch of the Exaion startup, EDF is continuing its support for start-ups that create alternatives to reduce the carbon footprint of our activities. The third startup incubated by EDF Pulse Croissance in less than three years, Exaion offers a range of blockchains and supercomputers with an eco-responsible approach. Cutting-edge technologies, traceability and security of data and assets based in France, commitments that should appeal to the startup's future customers.
Exaion becomes a new subsidiary of EDF Group, supporting digital projects related to blockchain and high-performance computing, with an eco-responsible approach.
Many sectors (aeronautics, automotive, banking-insurance, energy, media, research, pharmaceuticals...) need to model, simulate, analyze and optimize complex systems. Thanks to its supercomputers, Exaion claims to solve complex calculations much faster than traditional solutions.
A great opportunity for companies, blockchain technology remains today heavy and costly to implement. However, it secures all digital exchanges and ensures the traceability of data. The applications are multiple, in the professional field, the best known is the smart contract (smart contract), which has the advantage of developing tailor-made services for customers without them having to worry about technology.
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