MediaTek to squeeze Nvidia chips into cars. Wait, aren’t they already there?

MediaTek will run Nvidia Drive OS, Drive IX, CUDA, and TensorRT software.

Jon Peddie

MediaTek and Nvidia have announced a partnership for the automotive market. The collaboration aims to create a comprehensive platform for intelligent and connected vehicles. It will combine MediaTek’s SoC capability with Nvidia’s GPU and AI technologies. MediaTek will also leverage Nvidia software for in-vehicle infotainment and safety functions. The collaboration brings together complementary skills and positions the companies to drive the transformation of the automotive industry. MediaTek announced it is teaming with Nvidia to bring drivers and passengers new experiences inside the car. The partnership, said MediaTek CEO Rick Tsai, combines the best competencies of each company to deliver the

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