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Nvidia's 16nm Volta-Based 'Xavier' SoC Aimed At Deep Learning For Autonomous Vehicles

Nvidia announced a new SoC for use in autonomous vehicles, but in doing so also confirmed that Volta GPUs will be based on the 16nm FinFET manufacturing process.
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