Drive PX 2 powers Nvidia’s dream of self-driving cars

by Jeff Kampman — 10:56 PM on January 4, 2016 At its CES keynote this evening, Nvidia discussed the strategy it’s using to realize the dream of the self-driving car. The company believes autonomous vehicles will increase road safety, create new mobility services, save time, and reshape urban centers for the better. The first element of that strategy is the Drive PX 2 hardware, an update of last year’s Drive PX. The Drive PX 2 system uses two Pascal GPUs and two Nvidia Tegra SoCs to provide an impressive amount of computing resources. Drive PX 2 is claimed to offer eight teraflops and 24 “deep learning tera-ops” of raw power. Those Pascal chips are fabricated on a 16-nm FinFET process. CEO Jen-Hsun Huang used the company’s Titan X graphics card…


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