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NVIDIA Partners Announce New Jetson AGX Orin Servers and Appliances

by Harold Fritts

NVIDIA used Computex 2022 to announce the first wave of partners using NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin to power production systems. More than 30 technology partners worldwide announced products powering production systems using Jetson AGX Orin. New products are coming from a dozen Taiwan-based camera, sensor, and hardware providers for use in edge AI, AIoT, robotics, and embedded applications.

NVIDIA used Computex 2022 to announce the first wave of partners using NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin to power production systems. More than 30 technology partners worldwide announced products powering production systems using Jetson AGX Orin. New products are coming from a dozen Taiwan-based camera, sensor, and hardware providers for use in edge AI, AIoT, robotics, and embedded applications.

Jetson AGX Orin developer kit availability announced during GTC in March delivers 275 trillion operations per second, which is over 8x the processing power of the previous version, NVIDIA AGX Xavier, in the same pin-compatible form factor. Jetson Orin features the NVIDIA Ampere architecture GPU, Arm Cortex-A78AE CPUs, next-generation deep learning and vision accelerators, high-speed interfaces, faster memory bandwidth, and multimodal sensor support capable of feeding multiple, concurrent AI application pipelines.

 JETSON AGX ORIN DEVELOPER KIT

Jetson AGX Orin production modules, offering server-class performance for edge AI, will be available in July, and Orin NX modules in September.

Deepu Talla, vice president of Embedded and Edge Computing at NVIDIA, said:

“The new Jetson AGX Orin is supercharging the next generation of robotics and edge AI applications. This momentum continues to accelerate as our ecosystem partners release Jetson Orin-based production systems in various form factors tailored towards specific industries and use cases.”

 JETSON AGX ORIN Module

NVIDIA Partner Ecosystem

NVIDIA partners announced Jetson-based products that include servers, edge appliances, industrial PCs, carrier boards, AI software, and more. Configurations for the new products include fan and fanless, multiple connectivity and interface options, and specifications for commercial or ruggedized applications in robotics, manufacturing, retail, transportation, smart cities, healthcare, and other essential sectors of the economy.

Million-Plus Jetson Developers

According to NVIDIA, over one million developers and more than 6,000 companies are building commercial products based on the NVIDIA Jetson edge AI and robotics computing platform to create and deploy autonomous machines and edge AI applications. With over 150 members, the growing Jetson partner ecosystem offers a wide range of support, from companies specializing in AI software, hardware, application design services, cameras, sensors and peripherals, developer tools, and development systems. This year, the COMPUTEX 2022 Best Choice Golden Award went to AAEON BOXER-8240 powered by the Jetson AGX Xavier.

Developers are building next-generation applications on the Jetson AGX Orin developer kit for seamless deployment on production modules. Jetson users can tap into the NVIDIA CUDA-X accelerated computing stack, NVIDIA JetPack SDK, and the latest NVIDIA tools for application development and optimization, including cloud-native development workflows.

Comprehensive Software Support

Jetson Orin enables developers to deploy large, complex models to solve edge AI and robotics challenges in natural language understanding, 3D perception, and multisensor fusion.

Pretrained models from the NVIDIA NGC catalog are optimized and ready for fine-tuning with the NVIDIA TAO toolkit and customer datasets, reducing time and cost for production-quality AI deployments. At the same time, cloud-native technologies allow seamless updates throughout a product’s lifetime.

For specific use cases, NVIDIA software platforms include NVIDIA Isaac Sim on Omniverse for robotics; Riva, a GPU-accelerated SDK for building speech AI applications; the DeepStream streaming analytics toolkit for AI-based multi-sensor processing, video, audio, and image understanding; as well as Metropolis, an application framework, set of developer tools, and partner ecosystem that brings visual data and AI together to improve operational efficiency and safety across industries.

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