Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos)
Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos)

Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos)

Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos) Nvidia announced the release of small single-board computers Jetson Nano, worth $ 99, which are designed to ensure the rapid implementation of artificial intelligence in everyday life. Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos) Nano Jetson’s new line of computing boards is designed for robotic technology equipped with artificial intelligence. A small platform, the size of a regular credit card, is installed on the device to solve a narrowly targeted problem without using cloud resources. For example, Nano Jetson can be used for object recognition or offline navigation. Nano Jetson will go on sale as standard for developers at a price of $ 99. Jetson Nano with dimensions of 70 x 45 mm is based on the Erista single-chip system with 4 ARM Cortex-A57 cores, an operating frequency of 1.43 GHz and a graphics system with 128 CUDA cores based on Maxwell architecture. GPU computing power is declared at 472 Gflops. The computer has 4 GB of RAM LPDDR4 and an eMMC drive with a capacity of 16 GB, energy consumption is from 5 to 10 watts. Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos) The Jetson Nano computer works with dedicated AI platforms such as TensorFlow, PyTorch, Caffe, Keras, and MXNet. The device has standard USB-A and B ports, an Ethernet slot for microSD. Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos) Nvidia also developed a kit for self-creating a robotic device. Such an open source suite, dubbed JetBot, will cost the buyer $ 250. The improvised designer includes the Jetson Nano, a battery, an engine, and a robot chassis. Nvidia released competitors single-board PC from Raspberry Pi (5 photos) The complete version of the Jetson Nano Developer Kit includes, in addition to the Jetson Nano: a board with three USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0, DisplayPort and HDMI video outputs, an RJ-45 network port, an M.2 slot, SDIO, UART, I2C, GPIO, SPI support and MIPI-CSI., theverge.com

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