Friday, September 18, 2020

Tesla FSD Chip, ARM based

 FSD Chip - Tesla - WikiChip

Full Self-Driving Chip (FSD Chip, previously Autopilot Hardware 3.0) is an autonomous driving chip designed by Tesla and introduced in early 2019 for their own cars. Tesla claims the chip is aimed at autonomous levels 4 and 5. Fabricated on Samsung's 14 nm process technology, the FSD Chip incorporates 3 quad-core Cortex-A72 clusters for a total of 12 CPUs operating at 2.2 GHz, a GPU operating 1 GHz, 2 neural processing units operating at 2 GHz, and various other hardware accelerators. The FSD supports up to 128-bit LPDDR4-4266 memory.

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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang on deal to buy Arm Holdings from SoftBank - YouTube


aws-sdk-mock - npm

AWSome mocks for Javascript aws-sdk services.

This module was created to help test AWS Lambda functions but can be used in any situation where the AWS SDK needs to be mocked.

GitHub - dwyl/aws-sdk-mock: AWSomocks for Javascript/Node.js aws-sdk tested, documented & maintained. Contributions welcome! - Comparing aws-mock vs. aws-sdk-mock vs. jest vs. proxyquire vs. tape

How to Mock AWS Services in TypeScript - Kyle Galbraith

GitHub - florinn/typemoq: A simple mocking library for TypeScript

Mocking Out the AWS SDK for Go for Unit Testing | AWS Developer Blog