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NVIDIA

For more than two decades, NVIDIA has pioneered visual computing, the art and science of computer graphics. NVIDIA offers specialized platforms for the gaming, professional visualization, robotics, self-driving cars and more.

NVIDIA
2701 San Tomas Expressway
Santa Clara, CA 95050
United States
T: 408-486-2000, F: 408-486-2200
info@nvidia.com

NVIDIA’s Jetson TX1 is a supercomputer on a module that’s the size of a credit card. Its high-performance, low-energy computing for deep learning and computer vision is designed for compute-intensive embedded projects like drones, autonomous robots and more. The Jetson TX1
features NVIDIA’s Maxwell architecture, 256 NVIDIA CUDA cores, 64-bit CPUs, and unmatched power efficiency. Plus, the Jetson TX1 Developer Kit comes pre-flashed with a Linux environment, includes support for many common APIs, and is supported by NVIDIA’s complete development tool chain.


NVIDIA News, Products & Resources
NVIDIA’s CANDLE AI to Help Fight Cancer
NVIDIA has partnered with the National Cancer Institute and the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop the CANDLE (Cancer Distributed Learning Environment) AI-based "common discovery platform" to help fight cancer, which is now the leading cause of death worldwide.

Watch: NVIDIA Self-Driving Car Learns How to Become a Better Driver
After just 3,000 miles, NVIDIA's self-driving car uses its DAVENET deep-learning network to learn the rules of the road and become a better driver.

Machine-Learning Robot Irons Your Clothes
Columbia University researchers used simulations, machine learning and GPUs to teach this robot how to iron

How NVIDIA’s Jetson TX1 is Making Robots Smarter
Jesse Clayton, NVIDIA's product manager of autonomous machines, joined the Robotics Trends Show to discuss why robots need to be smarter, the challenges involved in doing that, and how the Jetson TX1 can help.

NVIDIA Jetson TX1 Embedded Systems Module
NVIDIA Jetson TX1 is an embedded visual computing that delivers the performance and power efficiency needed for deep learning and computer vision applications for drones, robots and other autonomous machines.


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