NeuReality announced that it is collaborating with Xilinx, Inc. to deliver new AI-centric platforms that empower, optimize, and tune real-world AI applications. The collaboration is based on NeuReality's novel AI-centric inference platform NR1-P, which includes a new type of AI Server-on-Chip (SoC) developed by NeuReality and delivers all components necessary to deploy a complete inference solution. The platform targets high volume AI applications in various fields such as public safety, e-commerce, healthcare, retail, and many other computer-vision use cases. NeuReality has worked closely with Xilinx to deliver the world's first fully functional AI-centric server to the market. This breakthrough prototype platform will reduce the two key barriers that inhibit customers' AI deployment, cost and complexity. As part of the collaboration, the NR1-P platform, based on the Xilinx Versal ACAP architecture, can be purchased directly from NeuReality, and will be fulfilled through Colfax International. NR1-P is NeuReality's first implementation of the company's new AI-centric architecture, with other implementations to follow. The new prototype platform is accessible for testing and evaluation via remote access. NeuReality's NR1-P was built upon the Xilinx Versal VCK5000 development card and can deliver up to 3X greater performance/Dollar/Watt compared to the latest Nvidia A100 or T4 based systems, according to NeuReality. The complete prototype solution includes a 4xRU server chassis, 16 AI-centric modules based on the Xilinx development cards, an embedded Linux software stack with Kubernetes support, orchestration functionality and a model database. NeuReality will present its offering and collaboration with Xilinx at the AI Hardware Summit in Mountain View, California, on September 13-16, 2021, and at the Xilinx Adapt virtual conference on September 16, 2021. At both events, companies will be able to learn more about NeuReality's system and sign up to see a live demonstration of the NR1-P inference solution.