CES 2015: Nvidia Eyes Connected Cars, Not Phones, With Tegra X1 Mobile Superchip
Nvidia is building upon its recently introduced, cutting edge Maxwell GPU architecture to an endpoint almost — if not more — mobile than smartphones and tablets.
That would be the connected car, one of the hotspots expected to steal the spotlight at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show this week.
In past years, the visual computing tech maker has used the trade show to unveil some of its flagship mobile chips as well as mapping out its entry into the cloud.
This year, Nvidia co-founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang launched right into the introduction of the new Tegra X1 mobile “superchip, a processor balancing a 256-core GPU with an 8-core 64-bit CPU.