NVIDIA and Dell Technologies unveiled the Dell PowerEdge XE9680 system – the first system with eight NVIDIA GPUs interconnected with NVIDIA NVLink.

The XE9680 system is arriving alongside other new Dell servers announced today with NVIDIA Hopper architecture GPUs, including the Dell PowerEdge XE8640.

The Dell PowerEdge XE9680 system is built on the NVIDIA HGX H100 architecture and packs eight NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs to serve the growing demand for large-scale AI and HPC workflows.

These include large language models for communications, chemistry and biology, as well as simulation and research in industries spanning aerospace, agriculture, climate, energy and manufacturing.

“Organizations working on advanced research and development need both speed and efficiency to accelerate discovery. Whether researchers are building more efficient rockets or investigating the behavior of molecules, Dell Technologies’ new PowerEdge systems provide the compute power and efficiency needed for massive AI and HPC workloads”,
said Ian Buck, vice president of Hyperscale and High Performance Computing, NVIDIA.

NVIDIA H100 is the world’s most advanced GPU. It’s packed with 80 billion transistors and features major advances to accelerate AI, HPC, memory bandwidth and interconnects at data center scale.

“Dell Technologies and NVIDIA have been working together to serve customers for decades.  As enterprise needs have grown, the forthcoming Dell PowerEdge servers with NVIDIA Hopper Tensor Core GPUs provide leaps in performance, scalability and security to accelerate the largest workloads”,
said Rajesh Pohani, vice president of portfolio and product management for PowerEdge, HPC and Core Compute at Dell Technologies.

Dell Technologies helps organizations and individuals build their digital future and transform the way they work, live and play. The company provides clients with the industry’s broadest and most innovative portfolio of technologies and services for the data age.

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