At NIO Day, the company’s annual customer event, the EV maker revealed its NVIDIA DRIVE Orin-powered supercomputer, dubbed Adam, which will first appear in the ET7 sedan that will ship in China starting in 2022.
NVIDIA Orin is the world’s highest-performance AV and robotics processor. This scalable supercomputer-on-a-chip family delivers an unprecedented 254 trillions of operations per second (TOPS) while also being able to scale down to entry-level ADAS/Level 2 use cases (10 TOPS/5 watts). NIO will feature four high-performance Orin SoCs in each of its EVs to achieve an industry-leading performance of 1,000+ TOPS — delivering the redundancy and diversity necessary for safe autonomous operation.
Good to know Nio is heading toward a right direction, although it may seem a bit late.
NVIDIA's pioneering work in accelerated computing and AI is set to reshape trillion-dollar industries, such as transportation, healthcare and manufacturing, and fuel the growth of many others.
The company has revolutionized the gaming industry and will surely, hold firm ground in the EV industry too which is one of the fasting growing business sectors on the planet. This clearly means a substantial return on investment on its stock in the long-run.
Another great pick for 2021 and even the upcoming decade. Track the performance of its stock here: https://zyne.com/stock/NVDA.
Exactly. Also their valuation is one of the more reasonable ones in the stock market at this time. And it seems their autonomous driving part is not priced in yet. There was very little talk about this part in the media.