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Nvidia unleashes Pegasus for auto, Intel gets out the chalkboard

The auto industry seems to announce things in waves, and after a lull, a torrent has sprung forth. The largest breaker comes from Nvidia, which unveiled the next generation of its Drive PX sensor fusion computers – codenamed Pegasus. However, Intel hopes to make a splash with a new mathematical formula to help self-driving cars never crash, and ARM is racking up wins for its new Cortex-R52 SoCs, with Denso announcing that it had taken out an extensive license. 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 license plate – and capable of providing the compute power for…

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