May 21, 2020

On September 2016, Neousys Technology announced Nuvo-5095GC, the first wide temperature compact embedded computer based on a GPU-computing platform. The system supports 75W nVidia® GPU graphics card and 6th Gen. Intel® Core™ processor and is intended for applications such as Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) computing, automotive autopilot, deep learning and virtual reality.

The following year, Neousys released another industry’s first, an industrial grade GPU-computing embedded computer supporting high-end graphics cards, Nuvo-6108GC, which became a part of Baidu Apollo 2.0 open autonomous driving platform. It’s designed to fuel emerging GPU-accelerated applications, such as artificial intelligence, VR and autonomous driving by accommodating NVIDIA GPU with up to 250W TDP.

In 2019, Neousys released the world’s first dual GPU edge ai platform with industrial-grade design and in-vehicle features. Designed specifically to support two highend 250W NVIDIA® graphics cards, it offers tremendous GPU power up to 28 TFLOPS in FP32 for emerging GPU-accelerated edge computing, such as autonomous driving, vision inspection and surveillance/ security.

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