NVIDIA introduces low cost Jetson TX2 NX SO-DIMM module

NVIDIA introduces low cost Jetson TX2 NX SO-DIMM module


NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX2 NX delivers the next step in AI performance for entry level embedded and edge products. It provides up to 2.5X the performance of Jetson Nano, and shares form-factor and pin compatibility with Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier™ NX.

The compact, power efficient Jetson TX2 NX system-on-module (SOM) is perfect for creating mass-market AI products in the fields of manufacturing, logistics, retail, service, agriculture, smart city, and healthcare and life sciences. Intelligent machine OEMs can now scale their product offerings with pin-compatible Jetson modules, while leveraging cloud-native technologies to build, deploy, and manage the same software across all of them.

Pre-trained AI models from NVIDIA NGC™, together with the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit, provide a faster path to inference with optimized AI networks, while containerized deployments bring flexible and seamless updates.

NVIDIA JetPack™ SDK enables development of AI applications for Jetson TX2 NX with accelerated libraries supporting all major AI frameworks, as well as computer vision, graphics, multimedia, and more. Together with the latest NVIDIA tools for application development and optimization, JetPack ensures fast time to market and reduced development costs.

Technical Specifications

  • AI Performance 1.33 TFLOPs
  • GPU NVIDIA Pascal™ Architecture GPU with 256 CUDA cores
  • CPU Dual-core NVIDIA Denver 2 64-bit CPU and quad-core ARM A57 Complex
  • Memory 4GB 128-bit LPDDR4, 1600 MHz – 51.2 GBs
  • Storage 16GB eMMC 5.1 Flash Storage

Ease of development and speed of deployment—plus a unique combination of form-factor, performance, and power advantage—make Jetson TX2 NX the ideal mass-market AI product platform to get to market and continuously update over the lifetime of a product.

Samples of Jetson TX2 NX modules are available now for $200 on Arrow or 140 EUR on Silicon Highway Direct. Further details may be found on the Jetson product page. [via www.cnx-software.com]

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