From cars to supercomputers: Nvidia pushes ahead with new chips

Nvidia’s new chip, which combines a Tegra CPU and Pascal GPU, could push it more into supercomputing and out of mobile Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang holds the company’s new Drive PX2 self-driving car module that will feature more computational power than six GeForce Titan X cards or 150 laptops. Credit: Gordon Mah Ung IDG News Service Jan 5, 2016 1:41 PM Self-driving cars, deep learning, easy parking: Nvidia’s press conference at CES provided an interesting glimpse into how our future on the roads will look. Unlike previous years the press conference was light on technical details. But buried deep inside the hour-long presentation was a momentary glimpse into the company’s latest integrated Tegra chip, which could have a significant impact on Nvidia’s direction in supercomputing, entertainment and mobile products. Nvidia…


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