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Back in late 2015, NVIDIA introduced the world to Jetson TX1, which crammed “supercomputer” performance into a platform that had a footprint smaller than that of a credit card. NVIDIA is back at it with the successor to the Jetson TX1 and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that it’s called the Jetson TX2. NVIDIA says that Jetson TX2 can be used for “intelligent” factory robots, commercial drones and smart cameras. However, we’re sure that developers will be able to think of dozens of uses for the versatile platform to enable new classes of artificial intelligence (AI) driven products. Jetson TX2 features next-generation 64-bit Denver and Cortex-A57 processors, and includes 8GB of... Read more...
NVIDIA may be a graphics powerhouse when it comes to add-in boards for desktops and integrated graphics for notebooks, but the company isn’t putting all of its eggs into one basket. It also tiptoes into supercomputing efforts, automotive technology (the company’s Tegra X1 powers the 2016 Audi TT’s “virtual cockpit” gauge cluster), and even SoCs for mobile devices. NVIDIA is expanding its reach into new markets with Jetson TX1, a new platform that has a footprint smaller than a credit card and is destined for autonomous devices. Aerial drone leader DJI was already moving down this past using NVIDIA hardware — a Tegra K1 SoC to be exact — with Manifold PC which pairs with its Matrice 100 drone.... Read more...