Jetson SUB is a mini PC powered by NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX module and equipped with a
512GB 128GB SSD, a WiFi module, all housed in an aluminum case with a cooling fan. [Update Nov 1, 2021: Seeed Studio informed me the SSD would only have 128 GB capacity]
Preloaded with NVIDIA Jetpack, the mini PC is designed for higher-end edge AI and IoT workloads leveraging the 384 NVIDIA CUDA cores, 48 Tensor cores, the hexa-core Carmel 64-bit Arm processor, and the two NVIDIA Deep Learning Accelerators (NVDLA) engines from the Xavier NX SoC.
- NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX module
- CPU – 6-core NVIDIA Carmel ARMv8.2 64-bit processor with 6 MB L2 + 4 MB L3 cache
- GPU – NVIDIA Volta architecture with 384 NVIDIA CUDA cores and 48 Tensor cores
- Accelerators – 2x NVDLA Engines, 7-Way VLIW Vision Processor
- Video – Multiple 4Kp60 encode, multiple 8Kp30/4Kp30 decode
- System Memory – 8 GB 128-bit LPDDR4x 51.2GB/s
- Power modes – 10 W | 15 W | 20 W
- AI performance – Up to 14 TOPS @ 10 W, Up to 21 TOPS @ 20W
- Storage – MicroSD slot, M.2 Key M socket fitted with a 128GB NVMe SSD
- Video Output – HDMI and DisplayPort
- Camera – 2x MIPI CSI-2 D-PHY lanes compatible with Raspberry Pi HQ camera and RPi V2 camera
- Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi & Bluetooth via M.2 Key-E card (included)
- USB – 4x USB 3.1 ports, USB 2.0 Micro-B
- Expansion – Header with GPIOs, I2C, I2S, SPI, UART
- Power Supply – 9 to 19V DC via power barrel jack
- Dimensions – 130 x 120 x 50 mm
The software will be exactly the same as for the devkit, and the main advantage of Jetson SUB is that it’s a turnkey solution with everything would make need in terms of hardware and software already installed and set up. Seeed Studio is taking pre-orders for $799 with shipping scheduled to start on November 5, 2021. Note the list of content includes an acrylic cover, an aluminum frame, Jetson Xavier NX module with heatsink and carrier board, and two external antennas. The power supply is not listed and may need to be purchased separately.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.