Nvidia Xavier, the next generation Tegra focused on self-driving, is almost taped out.
There is more to life than pixels
Nvidia just announced its fiscal Q3 2017 (not a typo Ed.) and the company reported record revenue of $2 billion, up 54 percent from a year ago. This is finally proof that Nvidia is more than a GPU outfit, as it finally expanded beyond its core business - gaming and professional graphics.
Xavier is the future of all models
A few days ago, Nvidia announced that its highly anticipated Tesla model 3 comes with Nvidia Drive PX2 hardware and that the car will have all it needs for complete autonomous self-driving.
Auto cash flowing into the graphics card maker
The driverless car market is expected to grow to $42 billion by 2025 and Nvidia has a cunning plan to grab as much of that market as possible with its current automotive partnerships.
By ex ATI, AMD now Nvidia engineer at Hot Chips
The Hot Chips conference that takes place in the last weeks of August will be a fun place to be. Among many others topics, Nvidia plans to talk about its Tegra-Next System-on-Chip.
"Personal Mobility as a Service" (PMaS) takes off in 2016
At Nvidia’s CES 2016 keynote in Las Vegas, company co-founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took the audience by surprise to demonstrate a breakthrough in automotive supercomputing that is positioned to change the way drivers both control and interact with their physical driving environments and their vehicles.