Nvidia DGX Station is the world’s first and fastest personal supercomputer for leading-edge AI development at Supercomputing developers desk, it has the computing capacity of four server racks in a desk-friendly package, using less than one twentieth the power. It’s the only personal supercomputer with four Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs, next generation Nvidia NVLink, and new Tensor Core architecture. DGX Station delivers 3X the training performance of today’s fastest workstations, with 480 TFLOPS of water cooled performance (3X Faster Than the Fastest Workstations) and FP16 precision. It's designed to be whisper quiet at one tenth the noise of other deep learning workstations, it’s designed for easy experimentation at the office.
Filmed in 4K60 at Supercomputing 2017 in Denver using Panasonic GH5 ($1999 at Amazon.com) on firmware 2.1 (aperture priority, AF continuous tracking) with Leica 12mm f1.4 ($1297 at Amazon.com) with Sennheiser MKE440 stereo shotgun microphone ($325 at Amazon.com), get $25 off renting cameras and lenses with my referral link at https://share.lensrentals.com/x/wWbHqV
Nvidia DRIVE PX Pegasus board for self-driving cars has 2 Octa-core ARM SoCs with 512-core CUDA GPU and 2 discreet GPUs for a total of 320 Billion calculations per second
Nvidia DRIVE PX Pegasus board is launched for self-driving cars which includes two ARM SoCs each feature Octa-core Nvidia Xavier Custom ARM processors with Volta 512-core CUDA GPU which supports up to 8K video encode and decode, 7Billion transistors each ARM SoC built on TSMC 16nm FinFET+ with also two next-generation discrete GPUs separately on the board with hardware created for accelerating deep learning and computer vision algorithms, the 4 chips on the board can compute 320 Billion calculations per second with an overall 1TB per second memory bandwidth.
The Lenovo Yoga has 4K 15" display (or FHD version) with the latest Intel core i7 Kaby Lake processor, up to 16gb of RAM, integrated Nvidia GTX 1050 graphics card for gaming. There is a proprietary port for charging. Newer Lenovo laptops feature a Microsoft precision touchpad for better input experience. Battery life varies from 7 to 8 hours. The price starts at $1099.
Diamond Systems, a global supplier of compact, rugged, I/O-rich embedded computing solutions for real-world applications in a broad range of markets, unveiled its EAGLE family of compact, rugged ARM single-board computers and carrier boards designed to work with the Toradex Apalis family of ARM computer-on-modules (COMs), see my Toradex at ARM Techcon video here.
The product line is composed of two models, the full-size, full-featured Eagle and its smaller sized, low-cost Eaglet. For greatest convenience, customers may purchase a fully configured off the shelf solution from Diamond, including a select ARM module and heat sink installed, or they may purchase the baseboard and ARM module separately for greater configuration flexibility and lower unit cost. Development Kits, including the fully configured SBC, pre-configured Linux OS on a microSD card, and a full cable kit, are available from Diamond Systems.
Key highlights of the Eagle/Eaglet family are long product lifetime, configuration flexibility, and a wide range of I/O.
You can read the press release and access links to EAGLE product web pages, datasheets, photos here.
Since 1989, Silicon Valley-based Diamond Systems Corporation has provided compact, rugged, board- and system-level real world embedded computing solutions to companies in a broad range of markets, including transportation, energy, aerospace, defense, manufacturing, medical and research.
The company is renowned as an innovator of embedded I/O standards and technologies; it was an early adopter of PC/104 module technology, originated the FeaturePak I/O module and RSODIMM rugged memory module standards, and holds a patent for a unique analog I/O autocalibration technique.
Diamond's extensive product line includes compact, highly integrated single board computers (SBCs); an extensive line of expansion modules for analog and digital I/O, wired and wireless communications including multiprotocol serial ports and Ethernet switches, GPS, solid-state disk, and power supply functions; and complete, rugged, system-level solutions.
Toradex is showcasing the popular TAQ balancing robot featuring a Colibri iMX7 SoM based on NXP’s new heterogeneous multicore i.MX7 processor with Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A7 and additional ARM Cortex-M4 core for low-power, real-time or connected-standby IoT. Amid Toradex's broad product portfolio is the new high performance Apalis TK1 SoM based on NVIDIA’s Tegra K1 featuring a Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A15 processor with 192 CUDA cores for high-end computer vision and 4k video applications for example. Other demos include an impressive Qt Linux fast boot demo featuring an automotive cluster on Apalis i.MX6.
Evomotion dual Cameras offer 2.5k resolution for the recording of 360 degree video. The dual camerasuses Novatek processor. The dual cameras sell for about $100 for 1,000 pieces. Evomotion quad cameras at $2000 based on Nvidia Tegra TK1 has 4 hd cameras, and they even has one with 4 Blackmagic 4K cameras combined recorded onto a big PC and suitable high VR productions such as in Hollywood. You can experience me filming at this booth in 360 VR from my hat towards the 1st minute of this 360 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktxThATWiKI
Unspoken is a new Oculus Rift game the video-games company Insomniac is developing, integrating prototype VR controllers by Oculus Rift where one hand can hold a shield with the left hand and throw fireballs with the right hand. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
Nvidia is showing their best VR experience powered by 3 Nvidia GTX 1080 GPUs (costing $700 each) with a powerful and expensive gaming Intel desktop PC running Nvidia's Funhouse VR game with impressive graphics rendered by 1 GTX1080 GPU for each eye and a third GTX 1080 calculating all the physics in the game, experienced with the amazing $800 HTC Vive with its amazing controllers all tracked in the room using IR. The GTX1080 is the world's most powerful consumer PC GPU. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53
JXD S192 is a game console powered by NVIDIA Tegra K1 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 with NVIDIA Kepler GPU, features with 7’’ Full HD IPS display at 1920*1200 resolution, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, with 5MP front camera and 10000mAH battery, Bluetooth, WiFi and HDMI output. Bulk price at $200 for 1000pcs.
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JOJO Liu, Sales Director