- July 17, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
It has been less than a year since NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) entered the market for data processing units (DPUs), which are chips deployed in data centers for accelerating workloads. The chipmaker has announced an impressive line-up of partners and customers who were either integrating its BlueField-2 DPUs into their infrastructure or have pledged support for them.
In the span of just one year, the adoption of Nvidia’s DPUs seems to have taken off remarkably, setting the company on its way to make the most of a market that could be worth billions of dollars. Let’s see how the BlueField DPUs could supercharge Nvidia’s data center business in the long run.
How big is the DPU opportunity?
According to third-party estimates, the global data center accelerator market could be worth $53 billion by 2027 compared to just $4.2 billion last year, clocking a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of…