Chipmaker Intel has announced a strategic collaboration with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to deliver enterprise-grade generative artificial intelligence (AI) solutions. This collaboration aims to provide end-to-end AI hardware and software that can securely generate AI applications for clients, while protecting their private data.
According to Sandra Rivera, the Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Data Center and AI Group at Intel, generative AI requires a democratized approach that ensures security and scalability. By collaborating with BCG, Intel aims to enable customers to build generative AI applications that are optimized across the entire technology stack, while maintaining data security within their chosen perimeter.
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BCG has utilized Intel’s AI supercomputer, powered by Intel Xeon Scalable processors and AI-optimized Habana Gaudi hardware accelerators, along with production-ready hybrid cloud-scale software. These technologies are integral in powering BCG’s generative AI model, which leverages decades of confidential and proprietary data to deliver valuable insights.