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Definition: Xavier


A high-performance system-on-chip (SoC) from NVIDIA. Introduced in 2018, the Xavier SoC was designed for robotics, drones and autonomous driving. The Xavier die, which is based on 12 nm process technology, contains nine billion transistors that includes an eight-core ARM CPU, two NVIDIA deep learning accelerators (DLAs), a custom GPU, programmable vision accelerator (PVA) and multimedia accelerators. See SoC and DLA.

Jetson Xavier and DRIVE Xavier
The Jetson Xavier system is used for robotics and other autonomous machines, whereas DRIVE Xavier provides the brains for self-driving cars. See Tegra.




DRIVE Xavier Hardware
This NVIDIA DRIVE module provides full self-driving capability. Its combination of two Xavier SoCs and GPUs perform 300 trillion operations per second. (Image courtesy of NVIDIA Corporation.)