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5 Processors Powering The Future Of IoT Applications

With IoT expected to help lead an economic recovery from the pandemic-induced recession, CRN takes a look at five new processors that are powering future innovations in the industry.

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Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX

Nvidia revealed the Jetson Xavier NX system-on-chip last fall as the "world's smallest supercomputer," offering "server-class performance" in a 10-watt power envelope for a variety of IoT form factors. The chip is the smallest formfactor in Nvidia's Jetson computing board lineup, measuring at roughly the size of credit card, and it comes with 384 CUDA cores and 48 tensor cores, allowing it to deliver up to 21 tera operations per second. Thanks to Nvidia's engineering and design, the Jetson Xavier NX provides up to 15 times higher performance than its Jetson TX2 in a smaller form factor with the same power draw. The Jetson Xavier NX also comes with Nvidia's Deep Learning Accelerator, up to a six-core Carmel Arm CPU, up to six CSI cameras, 12 lanes for the MIPI CSI-2 camera serial interface, 8 GB of 128-bit LPDDR4x memory, gigabit Ethernet and Ubuntu-based Linux.

 
 
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