June 25, 2024

Dell Technologies Powers AI-Driven Innovation With Dell AI Factory

Dell PowerEdge XE9680L server offers direct liquid cooling and eight NVIDIA Blackwell Tensor Core GPUs for fast processing in a compact form factor
Dell NativeEdge. Image Courtesy: Dell Technologies

Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) expands the Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA to include new servers, edge, workstations, solutions, and services advancements that speed AI adoption and innovation.

From L To R – Michael Dell, founder and CEO, Dell Technologies And Jensen Huang, founder and CEO, NVIDIA

Michael Dell, founder and CEO, of Dell Technologies stated “Organizations are moving quickly to capture the AI opportunity, which is why our collaboration with NVIDIA is so important. Our expansion of the Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA continues our joint mission – we’re making it easy for organizations to implement AI so they can move boldly into this next technological revolution.”

Jensen Huang, founder, and CEO, of NVIDIA, stated “Generative AI requires a new type of computing infrastructure – an AI factory that produces intelligence. Together, NVIDIA and Dell are providing the world’s industries with a full-stack offering – including computing, networking, and software – that drives the copilots, coding assistants, virtual customer service agents, and industrial digital twins of the digital enterprise.”

Dave Vellante, Co-Founder And chief analyst, SiliconAngle Media And theCUBE Research

Dave Vellante, chief analyst, theCUBE Research stated “Our research shows that organizations seek IT simplification, but are challenged to achieve it. AI, while promising simplification, brings its own set of complexities including choice, data quality, consistency, and security. Having a proven, one-stop shop to help set up the infrastructure, software, and services needed to realize value from AI can reduce risk and lower costs. Dell’s end-to-end capabilities are a core differentiator that we believe will translate to AI. The Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA is a leading example of an AI solution designed to simplify adoption for emerging AI workloads.”

Industry sources added that the Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA integrates Dell’s leading AI portfolio with NVIDIA AI Enterprise software platform, and is powered by NVIDIA Tensor Core GPUs, NVIDIA Spectrum-X Ethernet networking fabric, and NVIDIA Bluefield DPUs. Customers can purchase integrated capabilities tailored to their needs or pre-validated, full-stack solutions to get them started on AI use cases that require accelerated performance like RAG, model training, and inferencing. Advancements to the Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA allow organizations to:

Utilize advanced compute power to handle large-scale AI deployments

  • The new Dell PowerEdge XE9680L delivers high performance with support for eight NVIDIA Blackwell GPUs in a smaller 4U form factor. The server provides the highest possible rack-scale density for NVIDIA GPUs in an industry-standard x86 rack, offering 33% more GPU density per node. The platform offers 20% more PCIe Gen. 5 slots and doubles the North/South network expansion capacity. Direct liquid cooling (DLC) improves overall efficiency with greater cooling capacity for CPUs and GPUs. The PowerEdge XE9680L is designed for easy serviceability and will be available fully configured with advanced factory integration for rack-scale deployments and onsite installation.

Accelerate edge AI application deployment with Dell NativeEdge and NVIDIA

  • Dell NativeEdge is the first edge orchestration platform that automates the delivery of NVIDIA AI Enterprise software,3 helping developers and IT operators easily deploy AI applications and solutions at the edge. Businesses from manufacturers to retailers can quickly and accurately analyze their edge data with new Dell NativeEdge deployment blueprints which include NVIDIA Metropolis video analytics, NVIDIA Riva speech and translation capabilities, and NVIDIA NIM inference microservices.

Simplify AI application development and deployment for faster time to value

  • The new Dell Generative AI Solution for Digital Assistants helps speed the deployment of digital assistants that deliver a personalized self-service experience for end users on a full-stack Dell and NVIDIA solutions. Implementation Services for Digital Assistants help organizations design, plan, implement, test, and scale the solution.
  • Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA solutions helps organizations quickly set up AI environments for a variety of use cases with full-stack deployment automation engineered in collaboration with NVIDIA. Full stack automation reduces the time to value by up to 86% compared to doing it yourself. When combined with NVIDIA NIM inference microservices, the overall time from delivery to running inferencing jobs is even further reduced. NIM microservices provide enterprise developers with production-ready, optimized inference engines for popular AI models available from NVIDIA and its partner ecosystem.
  • New Dell Accelerator Services for RAG on Precision AI Workstations help shorten the AI development cycle and quickly yield better performing AI applications through a tailored large language model using RAG on a Dell Precision workstation with NVIDIA AI Workbench, a development platform to experiment, test, and prototype AI and ML projects in a more secure environment.




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