The collaboration between NVIDIA and WSI is built on competence and trust. As NVIDIA’s Jetson Ecosystem partner in the Nordic region, WSI becomes the obvious choice for the development of advanced future technologies. NVIDIA Jetson™ embedded platform and Tegra® K1 mobile processor, platforms of NVIDIA, are the main keys for cooperation. These high-performance, low-energy computing platforms are integrated by WSI in both existing and future wireless products. The Tegra K1 processors & Jetson Modules of NVIDIA will be the building blocks of many future products where WSI is the integrator and the guarantee of high quality final products.
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NVIDIA® Jetson™ TX1 is a supercomputer on a module that’s the size of a credit card. It features the new NVIDIA Maxwell™ architecture, 256 NVIDIA CUDA® cores, 64-bit CPUs, and unmatched power efficiency. Plus, it includes the latest technology for deep learning, computer vision, GPU computing, and graphics, making it ideal for embedded visual computing and great for wireless with its connectivity certified for 802.11ac Wi-Fi enabled devices.
The NVIDIA Tegra K1 SoC features the same NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture designed into supercomputers around the world. This means you can count on a fully functional NVIDIA CUDA® platform with 192 supercomputer-class GPU cores and great power efficiency for quickly developing and deploying compute-intensive embedded systems and Tegra K1-powered mobile devices.