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NVIDIA's new AI brain for robots is six times more powerful than its predecessor.

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NVIDIA has released the successor to the Jetson AGX Xavier, the $1,100 AI brain for robots launched in 2018. The new module, called the Jetson AGX Orin, has six times the processing power of Xavier, despite being the same size. Form factor and fit in the palm of your hand, NVIDIA designed the Orin as an "energy-efficient AI supercomputer" intended for use in robotics. Automation equipment and medical equipment as well as Edge AI applications that may seem impossible at the moment.

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The chipmaker says Orin is capable of 200 trillion operations per second, is built on an NVIDIA Ampere architecture GPU, has an Arm Cortex-A78AE CPU, and comes with next-generation deep learning and vision accelerators. Making it possible to run multiple AI applications, Orin will provide users with access to the company's software and tools. This includes NVIDIA Isaac Sim's scalable robot simulation application, which enables a virtual photo-realistic environment. Developers can test and manage their AI-powered robots, for users in the healthcare industry,

NVIDIA Clara for AI-powered visualization and genomes, and for self-driving car developers, NVIDIA. Driv The company hasn't revealed how much Orin will cost. But it intends to make the Jetson AGX Orin module and developer kit available in the first quarter of 2022. Interested parties can sign up to receive notifications about availability on NVIDIA's website. with Orin at NVIDIA GTC, which takes place from November 8 to November 11.

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