New Dell PowerEdge XE9680 for Heavy Workloads

In late 2024, Dell PowerEdge XE9680 will support Gaudi 3. Customers can get Dell and Dell partner quotes in late June before launch

Dell PowerEdge XE9680 server, which debuted last year, has set the benchmark for purpose-built AI and GenAI computation

When it enters Dell's server lineup later this year, Gaudi 3 will fulfil client infrastructure demands, cut TCO, and simplify deployment, improving Dell-Intel collaboration

PowerEdge XE9680 Supports up to eight NVIDIA A100 GPUs for AI and HPC computation

Latest Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs provide powerful processing and support for huge memory configurations

The PowerEdge XE9680’s potent CPUs offer remarkable processing power that can effectively handle demanding applications

With a significant amount of storage space, the XE9680 is a good choice for applications that require a lot of data. Large-scale AI model training, databases, and big data analytics all depend on this

The server guarantees quick data access and transfer rates by supporting NVMe SSDs and other high-speed storage technologies

Dell's secure boot, silicon-based root of trust, and system lockdown protect infrastructure and data from online assaults

Dell offers a range of tools that make monitoring, maintenance, and server deployment easier