NRU-52S NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Computer Delivers Powerful Edge AI Capabilities

Featuring NVIDIA’s Jetson Xavier NX system on module (SOM), the new NRU-52S computer from Neousys Technology delivers powerful edge AI and real-time video analytics capabilities in applications such as deep learning and machine vision, robotics, autonomous vehicles, security, and law enforcement.

Neousys Technology’s NRU-52S delivers 21 tera operations per second (TOPS) for AI applications requiring H.264/H.265 video decoding and real-time inference.

For challenging AI applications such as deep learning–based inspection, the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX comprises a 6-core ARM CPU and a NVIDIA Volta GPU with 384 CUDA cores, 48 Tensor cores, and two NVIDIA deep learning accelerators (NVDLAs). Equipped with this SOM, the new computer can decode up to 44 streams of 1080p video at 30 fps while consuming only 15 W of power.

The new fanless PC offers four IEEE 802.3bt PoE++ ports with screw locks, each of which can supply up to 90 W to cameras. The PC features a wide operating temperature range of –25°C to 70°C, and NVIDIA’s JetPack 4.6 software development kit allows systems integrators and developers to build end-to-end accelerated AI applications. Additional highlights include two mini PCIe sockets for Wi-Fi, GNSS, NVMe, or CAN modules; a 3042/3052 M.2 B key socket for 4G/5G mobile communication; and a hardware-configurable RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 port. The NRU-52S is also MIL-STD-810G and EN 50155 certified.

Deep learning and AI applications are compute-intensive and require industrial PCs with powerful processing and graphics capabilities. Advances in industrial computing — such as the release of the NRU-52S — help push the capabilities of AI applications forward. CoastIPC offers several types of products suitable for AI and deep learning, including products from Neousys Technology. They include industrial PCs, GPU computers, VPU computers, and NVIDIA Jetson computers for AI inference.

Contact us with any edge AI computing questions — or any general industrial computing questions — at 866-412-6278 or [email protected].