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Aquantia is announcing some rather big news with one of the hottest companies in tech these days. Aquantia has made a name for itself by delivering gigabit network controllers for use in enthusiast motherboards and gaming notebooks, along with multi-gigabit solutions for network switches. However, its newest partnership with NVIDIA will see its Multi-Gig solutions used in the DRIVE autonomous vehicle platforms. Using Aquantia Ethernet controllers, NVIDIA's DRIVE platforms can communicate with other vehicle systems at up 10Gbps using traditional automotive Ethernet cables. There’s the AQC100 (PHY), AQVC100 (MAC), and AQVC107 (combo of both chips integrated into a single package). Currently,... Read more...
When it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, NVIDIA is heavily invested on the hardware side of things with products like its Tesla GPU accelerators and the DGX Station. Those AI efforts are also fully on display with the DRIVE PX platform that is powering today's semi-autonomous vehicles. However, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang believes that his company's hardware efforts are advancing fast enough, and that automotive partners will be capable of delivering fully autonomous vehicles on the road within four years. That is, however, if governmental regulations can keep up with the rapid advancement of technology. “It will take no more than 4 years to have fully autonomous cars on... Read more...
NVIDIA has found plenty of partners for its DRIVE PX 2 autonomous driving platform, including the likes of Toyota and Volvo. When it was first announced back at CES 2016, NVIDIA billed Drive PX 2 as the "world's first in-car artificial intelligence supercomputer". Not one to rest on its laurels, the GPU and AI company pulled the wraps off the Drive PX 2 Pegasus platform at GTC Europe. According to NVIDIA, DRIVE PX Pegasus is capable of executing over 320 million operations per second, outpacing its predecessor by 10x. Powering this new AI systems are two next generation NVIDIA Xavier SoCs that feature an embedded GPU based on Volta architecture. This automotive-centric supercomputer brings unmatched... Read more...