AI & ML Features News

Dell Technologies Enhances AI Portfolio to Drive Secure Generative AI Projects

Dell Technologies

Dell is continuously refining their AI solutions to meet the business needs of customers in a variety of industries in APJ

Dell Technologies hosts APJ media briefing on AI with global CTO John Roese and APJ President Peter Marrs, focusing on AI’s regional demand and Dell’s support for customer success.

“We have seen many innovative technologies over the years, none have fundamentally changed the productivity of an enterprise at that same level as AI,” said, John Roese, Global Chief Technology Officer, Dell Technologies.

“AI, especially GenAI, is a huge growth area in the APJ region. It is driving fundamental change in the pace of innovation while improving the customer experience and enabling significant productivity gains,” said, Peter Marrs, President, Asia Pacific and Japan, Dell Technologies.”

“We have seen many innovative technologies over the years, none have fundamentally changed the productivity of an enterprise at that same level as AI,”

John Roese, Global Chief Technology Officer, Dell Technologies.

Dell’s four-pronged AI strategy

Roese outlined the opportunities in AI, highlighting how GenAI has democratized access to AI and underscored the need for organizations to apply this technology to provide more personalized experiences for customers and drive competitive advantage, regardless of industry. He noted that the use of GenAI also comes with challenges involving privacy requirements, protecting intellectual property, and complying with security controls. 

“Our focus is on private GenAI solutions, applying AI directly to enterprise core datasets to improve process capability, productivity, and efficiency. We work with our ecosystem of partners to deliver validated designs, reference architectures, and solutions that are easy for customers to consume,” said Roese. “Our mission at Dell is not just to provide technology. It is to be the strategic partner helping customers work in a complex ecosystem to get AI into production.” 

Roese shared the four pillars of Dell’s AI Strategy – AI-In, AI-On, AI-For, and AI-With. He deep-dived into Dell’s recent launch of their Dell Generative AI Solutions, which helps organizations transform how they work along every step of their GenAI journeys, and unlock the potential of AI with Dell Validated Designs for Generative AI which now support both model tuning and inferencing, allowing users to more quickly deploy GenAI models with proven infrastructure.

Related posts

Sachin Joins Protiviti India Member Firm

enterpriseitworld

OpenText Acquires Pillr

enterpriseitworld

Infor GenAI and ESG Reporting Capabilities launched

enterpriseitworld
x