Dell drives the adoption of AI in global enterprises with comprehensive solutions powered by NVIDIA.

Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) strengthens its collaboration with NVIDIA to facilitate the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies by enterprises. By expanding its portfolio of Dell Generative AI Solutions, including the new Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA, organizations can accelerate the integration of their data, AI tools, and on-premise infrastructure to maximize their investments in generative AI (GenAI).

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, highlighted the company’s focus on providing an easy way for its enterprise customers to implement AI solutions. Through combined efforts with NVIDIA, organizations can seamlessly integrate data with their own use cases and streamline the development of custom GenAI models.

Jensen Huang, founder and CEO of NVIDIA, noted that AI factories are central to creating industrial-scale intelligence. Together, NVIDIA and Dell are helping companies build AI factories to transform their proprietary data into powerful insights.

High-Quality Results from High-Quality Data

The close collaboration between Dell and NVIDIA has enriched the Dell Generative AI Solutions portfolio, enabling customers to modernize with AI, accelerate business transformation, and increase productivity:

Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA: The industry’s first end-to-end enterprise AI solution that integrates Dell’s computing, storage, client devices, software, and services capabilities with NVIDIA’s advanced AI infrastructure and software suite, all backed by a high-speed network fabric. This comprehensive solution leverages rack-level design, along with rigorous testing and validation, to transform data into valuable insights and results. Additionally, it builds upon existing enterprise data security offerings with Dell services in security and privacy.

Support for a Wide Range of AI Use Cases: The Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA supports a variety of AI applications and use cases, spanning the entire GenAI lifecycle, from model creation and tuning to scaling and inference. Customers can also benefit from enterprise-level professional services that help accelerate their strategy, data preparation, implementation, and adoption of the AI Factory, advancing AI capabilities.

Innovative Architecture: Dell Technologies will collaborate with NVIDIA to introduce a high-density, rack-scale liquid architecture based on the NVIDIA Grace Blackwell Superchip, designed to support the next-generation ecosystem and provide a foundation for performance density improvements for enterprise AI workloads.

Dell PowerEdge XE9680 Servers: These servers will support new NVIDIA GPU models, including the NVIDIA B200 Tensor Core GPU, which is expected to deliver up to 15 times more AI inference performance and lower total cost of ownership. The Dell PowerEdge servers will also support other GPUs based on the NVIDIA Blackwell architecture, as well as the H200 Tensor Core GPUs and NVIDIA Quantum-2 InfiniBand and Spectrum-X Ethernet network platforms.

Through all these initiatives, Dell’s Professional Services for GenAI expand with support from NVIDIA’s AI and infrastructure experts to help customers integrate, manage, and secure these solutions to achieve business results more quickly. Dell’s Implementation Services now include capabilities to deliver the new Dell RAG solution, model training, and the Dell Data Lakehouse, as well as new Data Security Advisory Services for GenAI to help customers assess and mitigate security risks.

“Organizations are eager to experiment with AI, but there are many challenges to achieve ROI. Data sovereignty issues, legal and compliance concerns, and data quality are all top of mind for business leaders. New offerings such as Dell Generative AI Solutions with NVIDIA – RAG provide companies with easier access to GenAI, helping to increase confidence and develop their own trusted GenAI capabilities that can have a substantial business impact,” said Dave Vellante, chief analyst at theCUBE Research. “Our research indicates that companies turn to industry leaders like Dell and NVIDIA for expertise and AI services that reduce risks and accelerate ROI.”


The Dell AI Factory with NVIDIA is now available globally through traditional channels and Dell APEX.

The Dell PowerEdge XE9680 servers with NVIDIA B200 Tensor Core, NVIDIA B100 Tensor Core, and NVIDIA H200 Tensor Core GPUs are expected to be available by the end of this year.

Dell Generative AI Solutions with NVIDIA – RAG is already available globally through traditional channels and Dell APEX.

Dell Generative AI Solutions with NVIDIA – Model Training will be available globally through traditional channels and Dell APEX in April 2024.

As previously announced, the Dell Data Lakehouse is already available globally.

Dell PowerScale is validated with NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD with DGX H100 systems and NVIDIA OVX solutions now.

The Dell Implementation Service for RAG is available in select locations starting May 31.

Dell’s infrastructure implementation services for model training are available in select locations starting March 29.

Data Security Advisory Services for GenAI are available in selected countries starting March 29.

This advancement by Dell and NVIDIA in AI solutions represents a gateway to innovation and efficiency for global enterprises, addressing key challenges in AI adoption and providing the tools and support needed to transform data into actionable insights and measurable business results. With these developments, Dell Technologies and NVIDIA are laying the foundation for a new era of business intelligence, where AI adoption becomes more accessible, scalable, and secure for organizations of all sizes.

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