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Nvidia, Intel and NXP stake out their connected car territories

The connected and autonomous car is one of the most competitive areas for chip designers and Nvidia and Intel stepped up their battle last week. Nvidia unveiled the next generation of its Drive PX sensor fusion computers – codenamed Pegasus. Meanwhile, Intel hopes to make a splash with a new mathematical formula to ensure that self-driving cars never crash, while ARM is racking up wins for its new Cortex-R52 core, with Denso announcing that it had taken out an extensive licence. Nvidia seems to have significantly shrunk the size of the computer, with the on-stage presentation at its GTC event in Munich claiming that Pegasus is roughly the size of a licence plate – and capable of providing the compute…

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