Aetina Releases New Edge AI Computer Powered by the NVIDIA Jetson Platform

June 5, 2020 Perry Cohen

Aetina released the AN110-XNX edge AI computer, taking advantage of NVIDIA’s Jetson Xavier NX capabilities. This expands its range of edge AI systems built on the Jetson platform.

Per a company press release, it supports the MIPI CSI-2 interface for 1x4k or 2xFHD cameras to handle intensive AI workloads from ultra-high-resolution cameras to more accurate image analysis. Further, the AN110-XNX is as small as the company’s AN110-NAO based on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano, however, it provides more powerful AI computing via the NX.

Included within the AN110-XNX is 384 CUDA cores, 48 Tensor Cores, and cloud-native capabilities the Jetson Xavier NX delivers up to 21 TOPS. Additionally, its paired with the NVIDIA Jetpack 4.4 SDK; an energy-efficient module.

"Partnering with an edge-computing leader like NVIDIA supports our mission to deliver long-term embedded and industrial solutions to our customers across multiple industries," said PM of Aetina Eric Chu, in the release. "Now with cloud-native capabilities, the NVIDIA Jetson platform delivers industry-leading computing power in a compact size, enabling customers to design, deploy and upgrade highly integrated edge AI applications as they evolve in the field."

Aetina is a part of the NVIDIA Preferred Partner Program.

For more information, visit www.aetina.com.

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