Nvidia’s New In-Car Computer ‘Drive PX 2’ Could Help Deliver Autonomous Vehicles Quicker

The company’s newest in-vehicle supercomputer, the Drive PX 2, claims to be capable of 24 trillion deep-learning operations per second, packing the processing punch for deep learning equivalent to that of 150 MacBook Pros.(Photo : Mark Lelinwalla | Tech Times) The race to fully autonomous cars is on. And Nvidia is trying to accelerate that push by introducing its new in-car computer, the Drive PX 2, touting a mind-numbing 12 CPU cores and eight teraflops of processing punch. Sheesh! Tech Times got to see it in action this week in Nvidia’s booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center, as part of the Consumer Electronics Show 2016, and it’s impressive, to say the least. The company believes the integration of its PX2 with its previous in-car computer, the CX, can help…


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