We still have to wait until next year to see NVIDA’s Orin chip launch in consumer cars, the company is already working with its next generation Drive The processor is called the Atlanta, and NVIDA currently plans to roll it out with 2025 model cars. Since it’s gone so far, the company hasn’t shared too many details on the chipset, but what it did say would be its next-generation GPU architecture and new features. ARM CPU Core. It will also include a Bluefield data processing unit, which NVIDIA says will help the chip eliminate the complex AI workload needed to enable autonomous vehicles.
These individual parts will be assembled into a chip that will provide data center-like performance, with NVIDIA claiming that Atlantis will be able to perform more than one trillion operations per second. From this perspective, Orin, the drive chip that is entering consumer cars next year, could complete 254 trillion operations per second. According to NVIDA, all of these powers will allow automakers to create “software-defined” vehicles that will be able to upgrade permanently with the OTA update. And to make these updates even easier, Atlanta will use the same CUDA and TensorRT API and library as its existing drive chip.