Nvidia introduced the world's smallest and most advanced supercomputer for robotics and artificial intelligence.
The module is mounted on a small board measuring only 70 x 45 mm. However, don’t be fooled by the sizes. Such a small device delivers up to 21 TOPS of computing power, depending on the voltage used.
All thanks to efficient components. The Jetson Xavier NX boasts an Nvidia Volta graphics system that has as many as 384 CUDA cores and 48 Tensor cores. Its operation is monitored by a 6-core NVIDIA Carmel processor equipped with 6 MB L2 memory and 4 MB L3 supported by 8 GB LPDDR4x memory. The supercomputer also has two NVDLA accelerators that accelerate the work on artificial learning algorithm as well as GPIO ports. The device can also support six cameras and a 4K display.
The Jetson Xavier NX module will be available in March 2020 for $ 399. Its main task is to support technologically advanced projects that require high-performance artificial intelligence. These can be autonomous vehicles, mobile robots, military drones or IoT systems.