You seem to have an issue with th content of my post. I am not sure what it is that is either A. confusing or semantically challenging for you or B. you are being a blind zealous and am inferring mor negatively from that post than was intended. If google translate didn't provide adequate vernacular it could be that google hasn't fully proofed English to #$%$. :)
My point being, for a second time, nvidia has some great products and there are several slightly smaller markets that are similar to automotive that would be mutually benefit from a stronger and more current nvidia presence. Qualcomm is making a push into these markets - I think nvidia would have the edge assuming they kept their offerings up to date.
FYI: we looked into the vcm and jetson but the volumes weren't quite high enough for nvidia. That being said I think nvidia is somewhat neglecting the aftermarket/embedded vc market. Although they do have partners for lower volume sales they only offer vcm directly. Having better access to tegra silicon in more standard form factors/busses like Q7 would certainly suffice if the roadmap didn't lag and stayed current. SECCO offers some nice t3 solutions but t3 lags behind other availble arm solutions. A T4 solution sub 150 would've been perfect even if it was another 6 months out. Just my .02!
Intel still reigns as the most expensive solution provider by far in the embedded/mobile space. The arm solutions we POC'd 20%-30% less expensive than their intel counterparts (baytrail in this case) but failed to perform as well as the higher end arm SOC's. Baytrail faired even worse when the confines of the architecture/platform had a strict power envelope with a low ceiling. Don't get me wrong the newer atoms are much better and perform certain tasks well - better than I expected but I can assure you the perception that intel can not only clean everybody's clock in terms of performance and price/cost is just simply wrong. They need those margins just as well as fabless producers - fabs aren't cheap so it's not in their interest to give away their profits.