WSI (Wireless System Integration), a privately held company based in Stockholm, Sweden, recently announced it has joined NVIDIA Jetson Embedded Platform ecosystem. It is the first company in the Nordic region to earn Partner status from NVIDIA, the world leader in GPU-accelerated computing.
The WSI team has a lot of experience in delivering complex projects and mobile products. It provides a flexible resource that takes a product from idea to volume production. The competence of WSI when used within wireless technology along with the power and performance of NVIDIA’s processors is a formidable combination.
NVIDIA Jetson is the world’s leading visual computing open platform for GPU-accelerated parallel processing in the mobile embedded systems market. Able to provide high-performance, low-energy computing for deep learning and computer vision, Jetson is the ideal solution for compute-intensive embedded projects.
WSI has already been involved in developing several products, including Solu, a mini computer that launched this year. WSI also played a major part in the development of GameFace Labs virtual reality 3D headset.
Jan-Ake Lindqvist, CEO of WSI said “WSI is focused on creating innovations for the future. Our strength builds on global, long-running networking and cutting-edge expertise in wireless technology. It will be our ace up the sleeve when the VR and loT-boom blooms to its full extent.
Serge Palaric, Vice President of Sales for Embedded and OEM in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region at NVIDIA said “The NVIDIA Jetson platform offers great performance in a small power envelope. We’re excited to see the new products that WSI is bringing to the embedded computing ecosystem.”
Companies are invited to join the NVIDIA Jetson Embedded Platform ecosystem program based on meeting the exact specifications of the Jetson Embedded Platform, including master CUDA and reaching NVIDIA’s excellence standards.