From smartphones to self-driving cars, Nvidia’s Tegra chips have been used in a wide variety of devices and products. Now, the next-generation Tegra is just around the corner.
Details about a chip called “Tegra-next” will be shared next month at the Hot Chips conference in Cupertino. Tegra-next will succeed the Tegra X1 chip, which was announced in early 2015.
An Nvidia spokesman confirmed the talk will be about the next-generation Tegra chip, but didn’t share further details. It is likely to be the Tegra chip code-named Parker, which is in the yet-unreleased Nvidia Drive PX2 computer for vehicles.
The Drive PX 2 was introduced at CES in January, and Nvidia said it had a “next-generation Tegra” chip. Extensive details about the chip weren’t shared at the time.
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