Nvidia’s Xavier is the harbinger of the furture

Nvidia's big, bad Xavier is the first of a breed of processors that will power the modern world At GTC 2016, Nvidia previewed “Xavier,” an SoC that integrates a 512-core Volta GPU and an 8-core ARM CPU. Skipping the amusing retort given by most companies when questioned about leaks—we don’t pre-announce products—probably because press, analysts, and fans have been hearing ...

Jon Peddie

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