Dell Technologies has introduced a range of new offerings aimed at empowering customers to rapidly and securely construct generative AI (GenAI) models on-premises, facilitating faster and improved outcomes while advancing intelligence levels. These new Dell Generative AI Solutions, an expansion of May’s Project Helix announcement, encompass IT infrastructure, PCs, and professional services, making it easier for organizations to adopt full-stack GenAI with large language models (LLM) at any stage of their GenAI journey. The solutions cater to organizations of all sizes and across industries, enabling them to securely transform their operations and achieve better results.
Jeff Clarke, vice chairman and co-chief operating officer of Dell Technologies, emphasized the significance of Generative AI, stating that it revolutionizes innovation speed and enhances customer experiences while enabling novel ways of working. Customers, both large and small, are leveraging their own data and business context to integrate advanced AI into their core processes efficiently using Dell’s infrastructure solutions.
Collaborating with NVIDIA, Dell Technologies is enhancing its long-standing relationship to harness the power of Generative AI for enterprises. The combination of Dell’s comprehensive portfolio, including Dell Precision workstations, Dell PowerEdge servers, Dell PowerScale scale-out storage, Dell ECS enterprise object storage, and various services, ensures reliable tools for deploying GenAI solutions across desktops, core data centres, edge locations, and public clouds.
Dell Validated Design for Generative AI with NVIDIA offers an inferencing blueprint jointly engineered with NVIDIA to expedite the deployment of a modular, secure, and scalable GenAI platform for enterprises. This solution overcomes traditional inferencing challenges by enabling real-time, high-quality predictions and decisions using an organization’s own data.
Dell Professional Services play a crucial role in accelerating GenAI adoption, providing capabilities ranging from developing a GenAI strategy and implementation services to scaling and improving operations through managed services and training.
Dell says that ots Precision workstations offer AI developers and data scientists the ability to develop and fine-tune GenAI models locally before scaling up. These workstations boast performance and reliability with up to four NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation GPUs in a single workstation, enabling AI software frameworks to run 80% faster than the previous generation.
The availability of Dell Validated Design for Generative AI with NVIDIA is global through traditional channels and Dell APEX. Dell Professional Services for Generative AI are available in select countries, and Dell Precision workstations with NVIDIA RTX 6000 Ada Generation GPUs will be globally available in early August. Dell Optimizer adaptive workload will be available globally on select Precision mobile workstations on August 30.