256 GPU cores. Eight CPU cores. More than a teraflop of computing power. And one big pile of awards at the biggest trade show on the planet, the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It’s been a good week for our just-introduced Tegra X1.
We built our newest mobile super chip to crank out supercomputer-class power. Yet, the power-sipping processor is efficient enough to slide into a new generation of mobile devices, autonomous machines and embedded products.
We’ve already shown off what Tegra X1 can do with NVIDIA DRIVE. DRIVE CX will use the chip to power a new generation of automotive cockpit computers – lighting up rich, distraction-free digital dashboards filled with high-resolution, 3D images and silky smooth animation.
NVDIA DRIVE PX, powered by two Tegra X1 processors, is even more radical. It uses deep learning and neural networks to give automobiles an uncanny level of self-awareness.
DRIVE PX can generate a 360-degree view of the space around the car. It can help cars park themselves — and come back to the driver. It can even recognize cars, trucks, pedestrians and road signs in the environment around the vehicle.
Here’s a recap of some of the honors Tegra X1 has grabbed so far:
- ABC News: Impressive and Innovative Ideas
- Android Central: 2015 CES Top Pick
- Engadget: Best of CES: Finalist for Best Mobile Device
- Expert Review: CES Top Pick 2015
- Recombu: Best of CES
- TG Daily: CES Winner
- Tom’s Hardware: Top Pick CES 2015
- Trusted Reviews: 10 Best Innovations of CES 2015
- ZDNet: CES 2015, Best Tech
NVIDIA DRIVE is also snagging awards. Among them:
- TechZone 360: NVIDIA DRIVE – Best Car Hardware Platform
- PC Pro: 2015 CES Top Pick
- Digital Trends: Top Tech of CES: NVDIA DRIVE PX and CX
To keep up with all that we’re up to at CES, visit nvidia.com/CES2015.