Dell Generative AI Solutions has announced a whole new suite of Dell products and services – in collaboration with NVIDIA – to help businesses gain real-time insights and enable innovation through intelligence.
The tech giant recently unveiled four new generative AI capabilities that span IT infrastructure, PCs and professional services to simplify the adoption of full-stack GenAI with large language models – meeting organizations wherever they are in their GenAI journey.
According to Dell Technologies, these solutions help organizations of all sizes and across industries securely transform and deliver better outcomes.
“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.
“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,” Clarke said.
The July announcement included Dell Validated Design for Generative AI with NVIDIA, which offers customers pre-tested and proven Dell infrastructure, software, and services to power transformative business outcomes with GenAI.
The companies also launched Dell Professional Services to help customers with strategy, implementation, and scaling to accelerate GenAI adoption.
Finally, Dell Precision workstations aim to help users accelerate GenAI workloads locally on the device.
“Generative AI can help every enterprise transform its data into intelligent applications that enable them to solve complex business challenges,” said Manuvir Das, vice president of enterprise computing at NVIDIA. “Dell Technologies and NVIDIA are building on our long-standing relationship to enable organizations to harness this capability to better serve their customers, more fully support their employees and fuel innovation across their operations”.
Dell and NVIDIA first unveiled their AI partnership – dubbed Project Helix – at Dell Tech World in Las Vegas in May.
The joint initiative aims to make it easier for businesses to build and use generative AI models on-premises to quickly and securely deliver better customer service, market intelligence, enterprise search, and a range of other capabilities.
“Project Helix gives enterprises purpose-built AI models to more quickly and securely gain value from the immense amounts of data underused today,” Dell’s Clarke said. “With highly scalable and efficient infrastructure, enterprises can create a new wave of generative AI solutions that can reinvent their industries.”