Nvidia debuts Jetson Nano for edge AI on embedded devices
Nvidia is bringing a new embedded computer to its Jetson line for developers deploying AI on the edge — its smallest computer ever, according to CEO Jensen Huang. Named the Jetson Nano, the CUDA-X computer delivers 472 Gflop of compute power and 4GB of memory and can operate on 5 watts of power. Jetson Nano and the Jetson Nano developer kit will make their debut today at the Nvidia GPU Tech Conference (GTC) in San Jose, California. The Jetson Nano for deploying AI on the edge without an internet connection follows the release last year of the Jetson AGX Xavier chip and the Jetson TX2, which...
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