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2017 GTC San Jose

S7223 - Bring the Power of CUDA to Small Devices

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Learn how to bring the power of GPUs and CUDA to small machines and IoT edge devices. Experience the development process from proof of concept to a production-ready device. NVIDIA TK1 and Jetson TX1 SoCs allow for the first time the use of high-performance GPGPUs on small, power-constrained devices. The complexity and cost to get from a maker board like the Jetson TK1 to a hardware design ready for customers are for many preventing progress. We'll explain how computer modules like the Jetson X1 module can be used to simplify the process and get you to market faster and cheaper. We'll go step by step through a typical development process. You'll learn what skills and resources you require to create an industrial-grade device. We'll evaluate how this approach compares to other solutions like single board computers and designs from scratch. If you know the power of GPUs, but don't know how to bring it to machines or IoT devices, this talk is for you!


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Beginner
Talk
Intelligent Machines and IoT
Hardware / Semiconductor Software
50 minutes
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