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Using AI to See What Eye Doctors Can’t

This white paper, “Using AI to See What Eye Doctors Can’t,” explains how Voxeleron, a leader in delivering advanced ophthalmic image analysis and machine learning solutions, is extending ophthalmology’s diagnostic horizons with image analysis based on artificial intelligence (AI) models, trained using Dell Precision workstations with NVIDIA GPUs.

insideHPC Guide to HPC/AI for Energy – Part 3

In this technology guide sponsored by our friends over at Dell Technologies, we take a deep dive into how the team of Dell Technologies and AMD is working to provide solutions for a wide array of needs for more strategic cultivation of oil and gas energy reserves. We’ll explore how the dynamic confluence of HPC and AI is now considered essential to any organization involved in energy exploration and the process of bringing the resulting energy resources to market.

insideHPC Guide to AI and HPC in Media & Entertainment – Part 3

In this white paper sponsored by our friends over at Dell Technologies, we take a look at AI and HPC in Media & Entertainment where an increasing demand for digital media content creates need for faster rendering options. The ongoing increase in the use of visual effects (VFX) and computer-generated imagery (CGI) and animation in digital content media creation for television, movies, and streaming services has accelerated the amount of material that requires rendering, from a workstation to a data center render farm environment.

Using Workstations To Reshape Your Artificial Intelligence Infrastructure

The study results summarized in this white paper show that firms are already using workstations to lower the cost, increase the security, and speed up their AI infrastructure. The addition of workstations into a firms AI workflow allows servers and cloud platforms to be tasked with business cases that require more robust computing while workstations take on tasks with longer time frames and smaller budgets.

insideHPC Guide to HPC/AI for Energy – Part 2

In this technology guide sponsored by our friends over at Dell Technologies, we take a deep dive into how the team of Dell Technologies and AMD is working to provide solutions for a wide array of needs for more strategic cultivation of oil and gas energy reserves. We’ll explore how the dynamic confluence of HPC and AI is now considered essential to any organization involved in energy exploration and the process of bringing the resulting energy resources to market.

Dell Launches Ready Solutions and HPC Cloud Collaborations for AI, Life Sciences, Manufacturing

Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) announces new Dell EMC Ready Solutions and high-performance computing (HPC) cloud service provider collaborations to accelerate AI and advanced computing innovation in healthcare, life sciences and manufacturing. The new Dell EMC Ready Solution for HPC Genomics is engineered to help companies get systems for genomic analysis into production. Modular building blocks with […]

insideHPC Guide to AI and HPC in Media & Entertainment – Part 2

In this white paper sponsored by our friends over at Dell Technologies, we take a look at AI and HPC in Media & Entertainment where an increasing demand for digital media content creates need for faster rendering options. The ongoing increase in the use of visual effects (VFX) and computer-generated imagery (CGI) and animation in digital content media creation for television, movies, and streaming services has accelerated the amount of material that requires rendering, from a workstation to a data center render farm environment.

A Checklist For Artificial Intelligence On Workstations

The results of a recent survey commissioned by Dell and executed by Forrester summarized in this white paper, “A Checklist For Artificial Intelligence On Workstations,” have indicated a quarter of firms are actually using workstations today to run core AI business applications and are experiencing the benefits that workstations can offer. Workstations can handle core AI functionality like pre-trained vertical solutions, image and video analysis, data science, and natural language generation. They do so for applications where data security is a priority but where timelines are more flexible, or cost is a greater consideration compared with running these workloads in data centers or in the public cloud.

insideHPC Guide to HPC/AI for Energy

In this technology guide sponsored by our friends over at Dell Technologies, we take a deep dive into how the team of Dell Technologies and AMD is working to provide solutions for a wide array of needs for more strategic cultivation of oil and gas energy reserves. We’ll explore how the dynamic confluence of HPC and AI is now considered essential to any organization involved in energy exploration and the process of bringing the resulting energy resources to market.

Using Workstations To Reshape Your Artificial Intelligence Infrastructure

The study results summarized in this white paper show that firms are already using workstations to lower the cost, increase the security, and speed up their AI infrastructure. The addition of workstations into a firms AI workflow allows servers and cloud platforms to be tasked with business cases that require more robust computing while workstations take on tasks with longer time frames and smaller budgets.