NVIDIA launches NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer kit
It provides a development platform for the Jetson Xavier NX module that is smaller than a credit card size.
NVIDIA® Jetson™ systems that provide the performance and power efficiency to run autonomous machines software, faster and with less power has recently this month announced a new NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer kit with cloud-native support. It provides a development platform for the Jetson Xavier NX module that is smaller than a credit card sizing only 70mm x 45mm. The energy saving module offers heavy duty performance up to 21 TOPS at 15W, or 14 TOPS at 10 W.
The Xavier NX sports a NVIDIA CUDA-X (a collection of libraries, tools, and technologies that deliver dramatically higher performance) and Jetpack SDK which is integrated with NVIDIA container runtime. The Jetson Xavier NX developer kit joins a reference module and carrier board with a full Linux programming software system.
“Jetson Xavier NX opens the door for embedded edge-computing devices that demand increased performance to support AI workloads but are constrained by size, weight, power budget or cost. Customers are supported with the latest NVIDIA tools for application development and optimization, including cloud-native development and deployment workflows.”
“NVIDIA has created an incredible amount of optimized AI software across multiple industries, and now, with cloud-native support, customers can leverage that software innovation through our high-performance, low-power Jetson family,” said Deepu Talla, vice president and general manager of edge computing at NVIDIA. “The Jetson Xavier NX is the result of years of experience and leadership in edge computing, enabling customers to deploy real-world AI applications.”
The Jetson Xavier NX developer kit and the Jetson Xavier NX module are now available through NVIDIA’s distribution channels priced at $399.