What is the difference between a DPU, a CPU, and a GPU?


An interesting blog to explain what is the difference a DPU, CPU, and GPU?

 

So What Makes a DPU Different?

A DPU is a new class of programmable processor that combines three key elements. A DPU is a system on a chip, or SOC, that combines:
An industry standard, high-performance, software programmable, multi-core CPU, typically based on the widely-used Arm architecture, tightly coupled to the other SOC components

A high-performance network interface capable of parsing, processing, and efficiently transferring data at line rate, or the speed of the rest of the network, to GPUs and CPUs

A rich set of flexible and programmable acceleration engines that offload and improve applications performance for AI and Machine Learning, security, telecommunications, and storage, among others.

For more information, do take a look at What’s a DPU? …And what’s the difference between a DPU, a CPU, and a GPU?

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