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Nvidia’s 6 Biggest GTC 2021 Product Announcements

The chipmaker is making major expansions beyond its traditional GPU business with the reveal of a new data center CPU, a next-generation data processing unit and new DGX systems for AI computing at the company’s GTC 2021 event.

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Nvidia’s BlueField-3 DPU Will Offload Many Data Center Workloads

Nvidia revealed more details for its next-generation data processing unit, the BlueField-3, which the company said will be capable of offloading up to 300 CPU cores’ worth of networking, storage and security workloads in data centers. That’s 10 times greater offload capability than the company’s latest DPU in the market, BlueField-2. Nvidia said BlueField-3 will transform data center infrastructure into “zero-trust” environments by providing new real-time network visibility, detection and response capabilities as well as a monitoring agent, called Nvidia Morpheus. The company called BlueField-3 the industry’s first DPU with a 400 GbE capability and said it will support PCIe 5.0 connectivity when it launches in the first quarter of 2022. Dell Technologies, Inspur, Lenovo and Supermicro are now integrating BlueField DPUs into their systems, and the component also has the support of security vendors like Fortinet, storage vendors like NetApp and edge platform vendors like Cloudflare.

 
 
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