Dell Technologies new products aim to enhance generative AI

Building on an earlier collaboration with NVIDIA, the AI solutions from both companies aim to help businesses gain real-time insights for better innovation

Dell Technologies has announced that it is expanding its AI offerings to accelerate secure generative AI initiatives.

The new Dell Generative AI Solutions expand upon the company’s Project Helix announcement in May 2023 and aims to better simplify the adoption of full-stack generative AI with large language models (LLMs). Spanning IT, PCs and professional services, Dell is aiming to help organisations of all sizes across multiple industries deliver better AI-led outcomes.

Dell Technologies continues to embed and deploy AI across businesses. With these new products and services, in collaboration with NVIDIA, Dell aims to help businesses gain real insights for innovation.

Expanding on innovation with automation

This partnership and new innovation speaks to an industry revolution towards generative AI platforms, in addition to predictive analytics, where a powerful tool for NLP, data analysis and automation hopes to shape the future of data management and data quality.

Dell Technologies and NVIDIA aim to transform services and business outcomes with generative AI. Dell’s generative AI solutions include Dell Precision workstations, Dell PowerEdge servers, Dell PowerScale scale-out storage, Dell ECS enterprise object storage and additional services, which aim to provide reliable tools to deliver generative AI solutions from desktops to core data centres, edge locations and public clouds.

Dell: AI key facts
  • #1 - in worldwide AI Server plus storage infrastructure
  • 18x - faster AI models
  • 12 hrs‌/‌wk - saved time with automated reconciliation of data feeds

The Dell Validated Design for Generative AI with NVIDIA in particular is an inferencing blueprint, jointly engineered with NVIDIA, optimised to speed the deployment of a modular, secure and scalable platform for generative AI in the enterprise.

Traditional inferencing approaches have been challenged to scale and support LLMs for real-time results and ensure data can be easily used by AI infrastructure. This new solution aims to help customers and businesses generate higher quality, faster predictions and decisions with their own data.  

Organisations should be able to rapidly deploy Dell’s generative AI projects and scale applications to transform processes in key areas, such as customer operations, content creation and management, software development and sales. 

Dell Validated Designs are pre-tested and are used in collaboration with NVIDIA AI Enterprise software, the NVIDIA NeMo end-to-end framework and Dell software at its core. The company has also stated that customers can combine this with resilient and scalable unstructured data storage, including Dell PowerScale and Dell ECS storage.

Generative AI that integrates well into existing infrastructure 

These services begin with creating a new generative AI strategy that identifies high value use cases and a roadmap to achieve them. Dell also offers full-stack implementation services and adoption services that apply the platform to specific use cases, such as customer operations or content creation. 

Once integrated into the business, Dell’s scaling services aim to help improve operations through managed services, training or resident experts. 

Built-in AI software, Dell Optimiser, learns and responds to the way people work, ultimately improving performance across applications, network connectivity and audio. Recent developments allow for mobile workstation users to leverage generative AI models to improve performance for applications in use while minimising impact to battery runtime.

It is exciting to see large companies starting to democratise access to generative AI more. It is the hope that these services can continue to positively impact business development worldwide.

“Generative AI represents an inflection point that is driving fundamental change in the pace of innovation while improving the customer experience and enabling new ways to work,” Jeff Clarke, Vice Chairman and Co-Chief Operating Officer at Dell Technologies, said on a recent investor call earlier in July 2023. 

“Customers, big and small, are using their own data and business context to train, fine-tune and inference on Dell infrastructure solutions to incorporate advanced AI into their core business processes effectively and efficiently.”


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