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Dell, Nvidia, and VMware Collaborate to Enhance Data Center Speed

By ET Bureau - September 02, 2022 1 Mins Read

Dell Technologies and Nvidia are officially announcing the launch of a new data center solution that integrates Dell PowerEdge servers, the new VMware vSphere 8 virtualization platform, alongside Nvidia GPUs and for the first time Nvidia BlueField 2 DPUs (data processing unit) as well.

During the past two years, VMware and Nvidia collaborated on Project Monterey, which has now proved successful in enabling the vSphere virtualization platform to handle the BlueField DPUs. Nvidia BlueField2 DPUs will now be supported by the upcoming VMware vSphere 8 release, which will have a substantial impact on networking, storage, and AI workloads.

Later this year, the new Dell Technologies servers with the Nvidia BlueField-2 DPU and VMware vSphere 8 are expected to be generally available.

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