Dell EMC just launched five AI Experience Zones in the Asia-Pacific to help accelerate AI adoption

By Laura Mullan
Dell EMC, alongside Intel, has launched five Artificial Intelligence (AI) Experience Zones in Bangalore, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo. The Massa...

Dell EMC, alongside Intel, has launched five Artificial Intelligence (AI) Experience Zones in Bangalore, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo.

The Massachusetts-headquartered company believes that the zones will accelerate AI adoption across Asia by showcasing the benefits of the technology.

“The timely adoption of AI will create new opportunities that will deliver concrete business advantages across all industries and business functions,” says Chris Kelly, vice president, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell EMC, APJ.

“Companies looking to thrive in a data driven era need to understand that investments in AI are no longer optional – they are business critical. Whilst complex in nature, it is imperative that companies quickly start moving from theoretical AI strategies to practical deployments to stay ahead of the curve.”

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The AI Experience Zones are open to both customers and partners and will offerproduct demonstrations, training and pilots.

The zones aim to provide a better understanding of AI technologies as well as practical, hands-on experience in AI solutions design and deployment.

On top of this, Dell EMC will also showcase its High-Performance Computing capabilities at the locations.

According to Dell Technologies’ Digital Transformation Index, AI is one of the op spending priorities for business leaders in the Asia-Pacific Region.

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