How to Create a Power-Efficient Data Center With DPUs

Pursue Sustainability and Cost Savings

Power efficiency is increasingly important in data centers due to rising electricity costs and a desire for sustainability. Learn how a data processing unit (DPU) can improve data center efficiency, lower server power consumption up to 30 percent, and lead to a more sustainable future while saving you money.

Join NVIDA online conference on Thursday, February 2, for a webinar on data center energy efficiency and cost savings. Let’s explore the best ways to combat rising electricity costs, how to make the most of power supply constraints, and encourage the urgent need for sustainability.

By attending this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Five ways to deal with rising electricity prices and power supply constraints
  • How a data processing unit (DPU) can help you save thousands or millions in capital and energy costs
  • Why improving data center power-usage effectiveness (PUE) isn’t enough and why servers must become more power efficient
  • Four examples of workloads that can be offloaded to a DPU to improve power efficiency

Speaker: John F. Kim

Director of Storage Marketing, NVIDIA

John is director of storage marketing at NVIDIA, where he helps customers and vendors benefit from high-performance network connections, smart network interface card (SmartNIC) offloads, and remote direct-memory access (RDMA), especially in the areas of storage, big data, and artificial intelligence. A frequent blogger, conference speaker, and webcast presenter, John is also chair of the Storage Networking Industry Association’s Networking Storage Forum (SNIA NSF). After starting his high tech career at an IT help desk and as a network administrator, John worked in solution marketing, product management, and alliances for enterprise software companies and then at enterprise storage vendors NetApp and EMC. He joined Mellanox in 2013 and then NVIDIA in 2020.


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