NVIDIA announces compact AI computer Jetson Nano that supports all AI models

Unveiled at the GPU Technology Conference by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, Jetson Nano comes in two versions — the $99 devkit for developers, makers and enthusiasts and the $129 production-ready module for companies looking to create mass-market edge systems.

NVIDIA announces compact AI computer Jetson Nano that supports all AI models
NVIDIA announces compact AI computer Jetson Nano that supports all AI models

NVIDIA announces compact AI computer Jetson Nano that supports all AI models

NVIDIA has announced the launch of Jetson Nano, an AI computer that makes it possible to create millions of intelligent systems. The small but powerful CUDA-X AI computer delivers 472 GFLOPS of compute performance for running modern AI workloads and is highly power-efficient, consuming as little as 5 watts.

Unveiled at the GPU Technology Conference by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, Jetson Nano comes in two versions — the $99 devkit for developers, makers and enthusiasts and the $129 production-ready module for companies looking to create mass-market edge systems.

Jetson Nano supports high-resolution sensors, can process many sensors in parallel and can run multiple modern neural networks on each sensor stream. It also supports many popular AI frameworks, making it easy for developers to integrate their preferred models and frameworks into the product.

Jetson Nano joins the Jetson™ family lineup, which also includes the powerful Jetson AGX Xavier™ for fully autonomous machines and Jetson TX2 for AI at the edge. Ideal for enterprises, startups and researchers, the Jetson platform now extends its reach with Jetson Nano to 30 million makers, developers, inventors and students globally.

Deepu Talla, Vice President and General Manager of Autonomous Machines at NVIDIA, said, “Jetson Nano makes AI more accessible to everyone — and is supported by the same underlying architecture and software that powers our nation’s supercomputers. Bringing AI to the maker movement opens up a whole new world of innovation, inspiring people to create the next big thing.”