Dell adds new inference blueprints to its generative AI offerings


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Dell has declared that it is broadening its selection to give customers access to generative AI capabilities. These new features build upon the previously announced Project Helix, a partnership with NVIDIA that offers tools to make it simpler for companies to create generative AI models.

Dell Validated Design, one of the new features, is also a collaboration with NVIDIA. A modular, secure, and scalable generative AI platform can be created and deployed using the inference blueprint provided here. Additionally, Dell Professional Services now provides brand-new services for clients looking to use generative AI.

Additionally, the business unveiled Dell Precision workstations, which let programmers locally adjust their generative AI models.

Read More: Dell expands generative AI offerings with new inference blueprints, workstations, and more

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