Dell, a globally recognized PC maker, is making a splash in the tech world with its commitment to generative AI. Aimed at businesses keen on harnessing the potential of AI, Dell is offering robust hardware to run advanced models and a fresh platform to kickstart organizations' AI journey.
Unveiling its ambitious initiative, Dell Generative AI Solutions, the company is set to assist clients in gaining access to large language models and crafting cutting-edge generative AI projects. The solution comprises of new hardware configurations, a managed service platform, and state-of-the-art computers to speed up AI projects.
Known for its high-quality laptops and monitors, Dell also offers a range of enterprise hardware, including server racks. Amid the high-stakes AI race led by giants like Meta, OpenAI, and Google, Dell, along with other tech companies, aims to monetize this revolutionary technology.
In sync with companies like Amazon, Dell is offering managed services platforms and quick infrastructure setups for businesses eager to dabble in AI. Consulting firms like Accenture are also jumping on the bandwagon with dedicated generative AI services for clients.
Notably, Dell has joined forces with Nvidia for the infrastructure component, marrying Nvidia’s Tensor Core GPU with Dell's enterprise AI software and data storage. This partnership promises to supercharge the running of AI models. Additionally, Dell is launching new computers boasting in-built AI capabilities that are claimed to be compact and battery-efficient machines.
Also introduced is Dell Professional Services, a managed service platform designed to guide users in experimenting with generative AI models and resolving issues during integration with businesses.
"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,” Dell co-COO Jeff Clarke said in a statement, underlining the game-changing potential of this leap.