Nvidia Parker SoC features 256-core Pascal GPU

Nvidia took the wraps off its new Parker SoC at the Hot Chips symposium in Cupertino yesterday. The headline purpose Parker is as a next-gen mobile processor designed to “power the next generation of autonomous vehicles”. Thus it will be found in upcoming deep learning-based self-driving AI cockpit systems. With its combination of Pascal GPU and Nvidia Denver CPU architecture Parker can efficiently deliver up to 1.5 teraflops. Nvidia DRIVE PX2 with a pair of Parker SoCs on board Parker is equipped with “a new 256-core Pascal GPU” which offers both fast, fluid graphics for multiple in car displays and fast deep learning processing power. For CPU power Parker uses a complex of two next-generation 64-bit Denver CPU cores (Denver 2.0) paired with four 64-bit ARM Cortex A57 CPUs. Working…

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