Introducing the Ultimate Starter AI Computer, the NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit

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Today, NVIDIA announced the Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit, the ideal hands-on platform for teaching, learning, and developing AI and robotics applications. The NVIDIA Jetson platform introduced six years ago revolutionized embedded computing by delivering the power of artificial intelligence to edge computing devices. NVIDIA Jetson today is widely used in diverse fields such as…

We will need a way of connecting cellular modems, in particular a modem that supports the new 3.5GHz CBRS band to use this part. What will be the best way to get that capability?

There is no out of box suppor for cellular modems. You may need to select the modem you want ( i see some USB modems with CRBS support) and then get the appropriate driver and build it with our kernel.

Looks good. Can someone say what the max USB bandwidth is? I want to connect four UVC cameras and want to know if this new Nano would support 2 cameras on a USB Type C hub and 2 on the built in USB 2.0 Type A ports.