Simplifying Artificial Intelligence Solutions Together with EY

The EY-Dell Technologies alliance helps organizations confidently adopt AI

The level of market excitement around generative AI (GenAI) is hard to exaggerate, and most agree this fast-developing technology represents a fundamental change in how companies will be doing business going forward. Areas such as customer operations, content creation, software development and sales will see substantive changes in the next few years. However, this leap in technology does not come without challenges—around how to deploy and maintain the infrastructure required in addition to ethical, regulatory and security issues (as we discussed in a recent LinkedIn Live event).

To help guide companies in their journey toward transformation, EY and Dell Technologies are collaborating on leveraging for developing joint solutions. The platform brings together human capabilities and AI to help organizations transform their businesses through confident and responsible adoption of AI. With a portfolio of GenAI solutions and tools for bespoke EY services, customers can confidently enable their transformational AI opportunities.

Take the financial services industry as a great example. A GenAI deployment could quickly help firms with intricate data analytics—taking complex data sets, running queries and identifying trends (that were previously hidden) via much more comprehensive analyses.

Using Proven Dell Technology

Underpinning solutions in EY’s new AI-driven solutions portfolio is industry-leading Dell infrastructure, such as the recently announced Dell Validated Design for Generative AI. With a proven and tested approach to adopting and deploying full-stack GenAI solutions, customers can now prototype and deploy workloads on purpose-built hardware and software with embedded security optimized for generative AI use case requirements. In addition, EY and Dell’s joint Digital Data Fabric methodology and Dell’s multicloud Alpine platform mean customers can be ready to optimize their data across public cloud, on-prem and edge AI applications.

Deliver on Your Priorities Faster and at Scale

One of the largest hurdles for organizations’ AI visions is aligning business demand for innovation and value creation with IT deployment capabilities.  GenAI deployments will frequently be a mix of edge, dedicated cloud (aka on-prem) and public cloud layers. With growing supply chain lead times, competition for shared GenAI-specific infrastructure, expanding security concerns and other headwinds, organizations need to unlock the benefits of a multi-tiered infrastructure model to drive sustainable value creation. Dell Technologies and EY’s joint solutions on, using Dell validated designs, simplify the AI pathways to business impact. These solutions accelerate an organization’s ability to focus scarce resources on GenAI business results and not on the constraints of IT deployment patterns.

The Smartest Way to Get Started

Accelerate speed-to-value by starting with a focused, yet high-impact, proof-of-concept to demonstrate benefits quickly, while in parallel setting a strategy and establishing a trusted GenAI foundation to rapidly meet expanding needs of the business.

Want to learn more about how to easily deploy your own GenAI use case? Read more here.

Jonathan Seckler

About the Author: Jonathan Seckler

Jonathan Seckler has built a reputation for creatively bringing technology products to market. With expertise in product positioning, messaging and storytelling, Jonathan focuses on how to communicate with customers to get them to change their behavior. He joined Dell Technologies in 2011 as a product marketing director and currently is Head of Product Marketing for Servers and Networking. While at Dell, he developed a world-class demand generation content strategy, re-built the Server marketing organization from the ground up, and led new initiatives in Networking, AI and Solutions. Prior to Dell, Jonathan managed the Advanced Micro Devices’ Low Power Client Program launching the first AMD system-on-a-chip, the AMD E-series APU. He also managed an award-winning website while at Intuit, and was the Product Director for DART Enterprise, an enterprise-class interactive advertising platform at DoubleClick. In his spare time, Jonathan works on pouring incredible espresso shots.