Virtual Product Launch Event

October 27, 2020

10 AM PT - 11 AM PT


Product Features


Blazing fast datapath computations supporting modern and cloud-native workloads


Ground-breaking data interchange performance realized at massive scale with no performance cliff


Programmable datapath that meets the most stringent requirements today and tomorrow

Foundational Technology

Data Processing Unit™

The Fungible DPU is purpose-built to address two significant inefficiencies in scale-out data centers: inefficient execution of data-centric computations inside server nodes and inefficient interchange of data among nodes.

The Fungible DPU acts as the data-path hub in each server node, connecting all servers via a high performance technology called TrueFabric™. In this position, the Fungible DPU also enables improved reliability, security and infrastructure composability at no additional cost.

Recognized as the third socket in data centers alongside the CPU and GPU, the Fungible DPU is in prime position to power next generation compute, network, storage, security and analytics platforms.

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“Current compute technologies fall short in the vendor’s ability to create an ultra-low latency and ultra-scalable solution for high bandwidth data movement. The industry needs a holistic and end-to-end solution that can disaggregate and compose infrastructure resources at cloud scale.”

— Ashish Nadkarni, Group VP of Worldwide Infrastructure at IDC

"The Fungible DPU™, which is optimized for data-centric compute, enables line rate storage and security data services, unleashing the full capabilities and blazing fast performance of NVMe SSDs over the network."

— Young Sohn, President and CSO for Samsung Electronics and Chairman, HARMAN

"We are excited to be working with Fungible to address large-scale network challenges in data centers and beyond. Fungible’s TrueFabric technology has demonstrated game-changing performance and latency characteristics that allow efficient disaggregation of all resources at data center scale."

— Rami Rahim, CEO of Juniper Networks