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Nvidia Jetson Orin modules now stocked at Newark

26 January 2024
The Nvidia Jetson Orin Nano is one of seven different modules now offered by Newark for AI-based development. Source: Nvidia

Newark, a division of Avnet Inc., is now carrying a range of Nvidia Jetson Orin modules for engineers developing devices with artificial intelligence (AI) inference capabilities.

The modules offer engineers up to 275 trillion operations per second (TOPS) and eight times the performance of Nvidia’s previous generation module. It also contains multiple concurrent AI inference pipelines plus high-speed interface support for multiple sensors.

Newark will offer seven different modules based on the same architecture from the entry-level Orin Nano to the highest performance Jetson AGX Orin.

Some of the modules include:

  1. Jetson Orin Nano modules with up to 40 TOPS of AI performance with power options between 7 W and 15 W.
  2. Jetson Orin NX modules with 100 TOPS of AI performance and power configurations between 10 W and 25 W.
  3. Jetson AGX Orin modules have up to 275 TOPS of AI performance with power configurations between 15 W and 60 W.

The system-on-modules support multiple concurrent AI application pipelines with:

  • Nvidia Ampere architecture GPU
  • Deep learning and vision accelerators
  • High speed IO
  • Fast memory bandwidth

Additionally, Newark is stocking two Jetson Orin developer kits: the AGX Orin developer kit for maximum performance; and the Jetson Orin Nano developer kit includes a reference carrier board compatible with all Orin NX and Orin Nano modules.

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