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Jetson AGX Orin 32GB

The NVIDIA Jetson® AGX Orin™ 32GB module delivers up to 200 TOPS of AI performance with power configurable between 15W and 40W. This gives you more than 6X the performance of Jetson AGX Xavier in the same compact form-factor for robotics and other autonomous machine use cases. Learn more

Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit

The NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Orin™ Developer Kit includes includes a high-performance, power-efficient Jetson AGX Orin module, and can emulate the other Jetson Orin modules. You now have up to 275 TOPS and 8X the performance of NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier™ in the same compact form-factor for developing advanced robots and other autonomous machine products.

Supported by NVIDIA JetPack™ and use-case specific software platforms including Isaac for robotics, and Metropolis for smart cities, this developer kit provides everything you need to get started right away. Learn more

Jetson AGX Xavier 64GB

The Jetson AGX Xavier 64GB module makes AI-powered autonomous machines possible, running in as little as 10W and delivering up to 32 TOPs. As part of the world’s leading AI computing platform, it benefits from NVIDIA’s rich set of AI tools and workflows, enabling developers to train and deploy neural networks quickly. Jetson AGX Xavier is supported by JetPack SDK, which can help you save big by reducing development effort and expense. Learn more

Jetson AGX Xavier

The Jetson AGX Xavier module makes AI-powered autonomous machines possible, running in as little as 10W and delivering up to 32 TOPs. As part of the world’s leading AI computing platform, it benefits from NVIDIA’s rich set of AI tools and workflows, enabling developers to train and deploy neural networks quickly. Jetson AGX Xavier is supported by JetPack SDK, which can help you save big by reducing development effort and expense. Learn more

Jetson AGX Xavier Industrial

NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier Industrial delivers the highest performance for AI embedded industrial and functional safety applications in a power-efficient, rugged system-on-module. It’s form-factor and pin-compatible with Jetson AGX Xavier, and with up to 20X the performance and 4X the memory of NVIDIA® Jetson TX2i, customers can bring the latest AI models to their most demanding use cases. Learn more

Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit

With the NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit, you can easily create and deploy end-to-end AI robotics applications for manufacturing, delivery, retail, smart cities, and more. Supported by NVIDIA JetPack and DeepStream SDKs, as well as CUDA®, cuDNN, and TensorRT software libraries, the kit provides all the tools you need to get started right away. And because it’s powered by the new NVIDIA Xavier processor, you now have more than 20X the performance and 10X the energy efficiency of its predecessor, Jetson TX2. Get started today with the Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit. Learn more

Jetson Xavier NX 16GB

Jetson Xavier NX 16GB delivers up to 21 TOPS for running modern AI workloads, consumes as little as 10 watts of power, and has a compact form factor smaller than a credit card. It can run modern neural networks in parallel and process data from multiple high-resolution sensors, opening the door for embedded and edge computing devices that demand increased performance but are constrained by size, weight, and power budgets. Learn more

Jetson Xavier NX

Jetson Xavier NX delivers up to 21 TOPS for running modern AI workloads, consumes as little as 10 watts of power, and has a compact form factor smaller than a credit card. It can run modern neural networks in parallel and process data from multiple high-resolution sensors, opening the door for embedded and edge computing devices that demand increased performance but are constrained by size, weight, and power budgets. Learn more

Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit

The NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier NX™ Developer Kit brings supercomputer performance to the edge. It includes a Jetson Xavier NX module for developing multi-modal AI applications with the NVIDIA software stack in as little as 10 W. You can also now take advantage of cloud-native support to more easily develop and deploy AI software to edge devices.

The developer kit is supported by the entire NVIDIA software stack, including accelerated SDKs and the latest NVIDIA tools for application development and optimization. A Jetson Xavier NX module and reference carrier board are included, along with AC power supply. Learn more

Jetson TX2 NX

NVIDIA® Jetson TX2 NX delivers the next step in AI performance for entry-level embedded and edge products. It provides up to 2.5X the performance of Jetson Nano, and shares form-factor and pin compatibility with Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier NX. Learn more

Jetson TX2

Jetson TX2 is a 7.5-watt supercomputer on a module that brings true AI computing at the edge. It’s built around an NVIDIA Pascal™-family GPU and loaded with 8 GB of memory and 59.7 GB/s of memory bandwidth. It features a variety of standard hardware interfaces that make it easy to integrate it into a wide range of products and form factors. Learn more

Jetson TX2i

NVIDIA® Jetson TX2i module’s rugged design, small form factor, and reduced power envelope make it ideal for high-performance edge computing devices such as industrial robots, machine vision cameras, and portable medical equipment. Learn more

Jetson TX2 4GB

Explore new AI capabilities at the edge with the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 4GB. This embedded computer lets you run neural networks with double the compute performance or double the power efficiency of Jetson TX1—at the same price. As part of the world’s leading AI computing platform, Jetson TX2 4GB works with NVIDIA’s rich set of AI tools and workflows, which enable developers to train and deploy neural networks quickly. Learn more

Jetson Nano

NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™ is a small, powerful computer for embedded applications and AI IoT that delivers the power of modern AI. Get started with the comprehensive JetPack SDK with accelerated libraries for deep learning, computer vision, graphics, multimedia, and more. Get the performance and capabilities you need to run modern AI workloads, giving you a fast and easy way to add advanced AI to your next product. Learn more

Jetson Nano Developer Kit

NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™ Developer Kit is a small, powerful computer that lets you run multiple neural networks in parallel for applications like image classification, object detection, segmentation, and speech processing. All in an easy-to-use platform that runs in as little as 5 watts. The power of modern AI is now available for makers, learners, and embedded developers. Learn more

Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit

Discover the power of AI and robotics with the NVIDIA® Jetson Nano™ 2GB Developer Kit. It’s small, powerful, and priced for everyone.

Learning by doing is key for anyone new to AI and robotics, and this developer kit is ideal for hands-on projects. With an active developer community and ready-to-build open-source projects, plus free and comprehensive tutorials offered by NVIDIA, you’ll see your work perceiving and interacting with the world around you in real-time.

Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit delivers incredible AI performance at a low price, and brings to each Jetson developer the same software and tools used by professionals around the world. Learn more

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX vs TX2 NX

In this article, we’re going to review Nvidia Jetson’s two latest Single Board Computers (SBCs): Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX and Nvidia Jetson TX2 NX.  

You might think that the Jetson TX2 isn’t even comparable to the Xavier NX, and you’d be right… which is why it’s important to understand that there are two TX2 versions: the original Jetson TX2 (which launched a few years ago) and the brand new TX2 NX. We’ll be discussing the merits of the latter.

Let’s dive in to see what they’re all about.

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX was launched in 2020 as part of NVIDIA’S IoT single-board lines. The company describes it «as the world’s smallest supercomputer» and is available with a Developer Kit that provides the core system-on-system (SOM) board with an expansion baseboard.

From a performance perspective, the developers kit is able to run AI workloads that deliver «modern neural networks in parallel and process data from multiple high-resolution sensors—a requirement for full AI systems.» Source: Nvidia.com

Combined with the developer kit you get access to NVIDIA’S «Cloud Native Computing». The vision is to turn machine learning developers on to separating applications from operating systems. This allows either to be updated at will and new applications deployed quickly.

Here’s a list of the features of NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Module:

  • 70 mm x 45 mm module size
  • AI Performance: 10 W = 14 TOPS (INT8) 15 W = 21 TOPS (INT8)
  • 6-core NVIDIA Carmel ARM®v8.2 64-bit CPU 6MB L2 + 4MB L3
  • 8GB LPDDR4x 128-bit RAM @ 1600 MHz  offering 51.2 gigabytes per second
  • 384-core NVIDIA Volta™ GPU with 48 Tensor Cores
  • 16GB eMMC 5.1 Flash Storage

As well as all of these features, the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX comes with multiple neural networks which run in parallel and process data from multiple high-resolution sensors, perfect for embedded and edge computing devices. It consumes as little as 10 watts of power, too.

NVIDIA Jetson TX2 NX

NVIDIA Jetson TX2 NX was launched in 2021 as part of NVIDIA’S IoT single-board lines and is a 260-pin variant on the Jetson TX2. As the company puts it, it «delivers the next step in AI performance for entry-level embedded and edge products.» It uses the same Developer Kit that is available with the Xavier NX.

From a performance perspective, the module «provides up to 2.5X the performance of Jetson Nano, and shares form-factor and pin compatibility with Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier™ NX.» Source: Nvidia.com 

The hardware packs a punch for such a small module. Fully customizable, AI network development deployment is easy, along with flexible and seamless centralized updates.

Here’s a list of the features of NVIDIA Jetson TX2 NX Module:

  • 69.6 mm x 45 mm module size
  • AI Performance 1.33 TFLOPs
  • Dual-core NVIDIA Denver 2 64-bit CPU and quad-core ARM A57 Complex
  • 4GB LPDDR4 128-bit RAM 1600 MHz offering 51.2 gigabytes per second
  • NVIDIA Pascal™ Architecture GPU with 256 CUDA cores
  • 16GB eMMC 5.1 Flash Storage

As well as all of these features, the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 NX is designed to be used with AI development and learning so the SBC supports NVIDIA’s JetPack SDK, Cafe, and Tensorflow.  

NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX vs NVIDIA Jetson TX2 NX

While these SBCs features are similar; they are both compact single-board computers, there are some subtle differences.

The TX2 NX features an ARM processor as does the Xavier NX. On the other hand, the Xavier NX has 8GB of memory while the TX2 NX only has 4GB.

The TX2 NX is designed to sit in between the Jetson Nano and Jetson TX2. 

In terms of the GPU, the Xavier NX wins because of its 384-core NVIDIA Volta™ GPU with 48 Tensor Cores. The TX2 NX is weaker with only a 256-core NVIDIA Pascal™ Architecture GPU.

Comparing the CPUs, the Xavier NX uses the latest and best CPU, the 6-core NVIDIA Carmel ARM®v8.2 64-bit CPU. Although the TX2 NX does use a Quad-core ARM A57 Complex CPU, the Xavier NX CPU is superior.

And while both CPUs provide high performance and fast clocking speeds, it does depend on what solution you’re looking for. 

The Xavier NX is great for embedded and edge computing devices that demand increased performance but are constrained by size, weight, and power budgets. Whereas the TX2 NX provides up to 2.5X the performance of Jetson Nano and shares form-factor and pin compatibility with Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier™ NX.

When looking at price comparison, the Jetson TX2 NX is available for $199 whereas the Xavier NX costs $479, and there can be a long delay in delivery of the Xavier NX.

The Xavier NX is a more robust SBC but not every business or application requires the features that the Xavier NX provides, especially at the cost. Both are compatible with the Xavier NX Developer Kit, which is an additional $399.

Final Thoughts

While both of these SBCs are comparable, if you need higher GPU power and processing or you need a high-quality industrial solution, the NVIDIA Xavier NX is the best option to use.

If you don’t need the higher GPU power, then the TX2 NX is a great solution, especially if you’re looking to upgrade your Jetson Nano. You’ll get instant access to 2.5X the performance but retain the small size and save yourself some dollars.

And if you combine the TX2 NX with the Xavier NX Developer Kit, you’re getting access to more memory and processing power at a fraction of the cost. It provides 10X the performance of its widely adopted predecessor Jetson TX2.

If you want to utilize NVIDIA’s new cloud-native support, the developer kit will provide this capability to both the Xavier NX and TX2 NX.

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Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit: Powerful A.I., Tiny Size

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If you’re developing A.I. applications, including intelligent robots, Nvidia’s Jetson Xavier platform is one of the best choices. Announced in late 2019 but just starting to hit the market, the Xavier NX combines the power of a 384-core Volta GPU with a 6-Core Arm v8 CPU to deliver 21 TOPS (Trillion Operations Per Second) of inference goodness in a package the size and shape of a SODIMM (laptop memory module).

The Xavier NX by itself is just a chip and requires you to build your own I/O board to attach it to. But what if you just want to start using the NX to program and test? Available today for $399, the Nvidia Xavier NX Developer Kit provides you with everything you need to start developing your own AI applications: the Xavier NX SoC, a powerful fan and an I/O board that’s filled with ports and pins.

I had the chance to spend some time testing with the Nvidia Xavier NX Developer Kit and came away impressed with both its inference capability and the flexibility it provides. If you want to get into professional A.I. development, this board and platform are compact and relatively affordable. Makers and hobbyists are clearly not the target audience and they would definitely be better served by a Raspberry Pi with a Coral USB Accelerator for A.I. or even Nvidia’s own $99 Jetson Nano Developer Kit

 Nvidia Xavier NX Developer Kit Specifications 

GPU Nvidia Volta with 384 CUDA cores, 48 Tensor Cores
CPU 6-core Nvidia Carmel ARM v8 CPU with 6MB L2 cache and 4MB L3 cache.
RAM 8GB LPDDR4 (on-board)
Storage microSD / M.2 80mm slot
Display Output 1x HDMI / 1x DisplayPort
USB 4x USB 3.1 (Type-A), 1x microUSB 2.0
Connectivity 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Gigabite Ethernet
Camera Ports 2x CSI-2 ports
GPIO 40-pin GPIO
TDP 15W, 10W (low power)
Size 4.1 x 3.6 x 1.2 inches (103 mm x 90.5 mm x 31 mm)

At 4.1 x 3.6 x 1.2 inches, the Xavier NX Developer Kit is a little bit larger than two Raspberry Pi 3Bs next to each other.  A fan comes attached and, considering the 15-watt TDP of the chip, I don’t think passive cooling would be a good idea.

All of that board real estate leaves room for a slew of useful ports and connectivity options. On the back side, you’ll find four USB Type-A 3.1 ports, gigabit Ethernet, a full-size HDMI port and a full-size DisplayPort. If you have dual monitors, you can indeed connect one to each port and enjoy the added screen real estate.

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The Xavier NX Developer Kit also a micro USB port, but unlike with a Raspberry Pi, it’s used for data transfer not power. The Developer Kit is powered via a proprietary power brick that uses a barrel adapter. Our review unit came with a 65-watt brick, but Nvidia said that later revisions of the product could ship with a 45-watt model that’s presumably a little smaller.

The board has two interesting features that allow it to be compatible with some key Raspberry Pi accessories. Two CSI camera connectors will work with any Raspberry Pi camera module, including the new Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera. There’s also a 40-pin GPIO header which Nvidia says will work with Raspberry Pi HATs if you use the proper Python library when programming. 

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Like a Raspberry Pi, the Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit boots off of a microSD card. That’s very convenient, because if you have several different OS images for different projects and you want to switch among them, you can just pop one card out and throw in the next one. Unfortunately, accessing the microSD card slot is a pain because it’s located on the underside of the NX Module which, when plugged in (as it is out of the box), sits just a few millimeters above the board, leaving no room for adult-sized fingers (a tweezer did the trick).

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On the underside of the board, you’ll find an M.2 slot for installing an SSD and the built-in Wi-Fi card. An SSD can be necessary, particularly when you’re trying to load models off and need high-speed media to do it. And having built-in Wi-Fi is a huge improvement over the Jetson Nano Developer Kit, which only had Ethernet on the assumption, I guess, that everyone is doing their coding right next to their router. 

 Software for Xavier NX Developer Board 

The Jetson Xavier NX runs a modified version of Ubuntu called Linux for Tegra. The look and feel are exactly like regular Ubuntu but, at least in our case, there was special Nvidia wallpaper. 

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Also, in the upper right corner of the screen, there’s the ability to change the power / performance profile to use either 2, 4 or all 6 cores. If you are doing lightly-threaded apps, as in the performance test we ran (see below), you’ll want the 2-core profile but if you are doing several different kinds of inference at once, then the 6-core makes more sense. You can also choose 10-watt 2 or 4 core mode if you want to save power.

 Programming of Xavier NX Developer Board 

Nvidia’s Jetson platform offers a number of different AI SDKs and models that are optimized for dealing with different kinds of machine learning tasks. The Deepstream SDK, for example, is used for developing Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) applications such as face and people detection while the Isaac SDK is used specifically for training robots  

There are also a slew of pre-trained models available, including BERT (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers), a language interpreter, Resnet-18 for detecting objects and Nvidia Facial landmarks / Gaze models for mapping human expressions. You can program for these models in a variety of languages, including Python. 

Launching Nvidia’s preloaded container demo, I saw a screen that was running four different inference applications at once. In the upper left corner, an application detected people walking by in various videos by drawing green boxes around them. 

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The lower left corner had a different application which detects people’s poses or the the way they are standing and moving. The lower right corner displayed a gaze detection app which can tell what a person is looking at by identifying and tracking their eyes. 

The most interesting part of the demo appeared in the upper right quadrant and showed a natural language interpretation app with five different topics I could ask about. I chose the NFL 2019 season topic and used the microphone to ask questions such as “who won the Super Bowl.” The system then turned my text into speech and gave me an answer based on the text it had about the topic. Unfortunately, the A.I. here is only as good as the text you feed it; it doesn’t do much in the way of interpreting you. Since there was only one paragraph of text about the NFL season, I got weird answers when I asked for information that wasn’t in that graph such as “how many regular season games were played?”

I was also able to create my own topic, based on the history of Tom’s Hardware. I wrote that Tom’s Hardware was founded in 1996 so the system gave me the right answer when I asked “when was Tom’s hardware founded?” However, when I asked “how many years has Tom’s Hardware been around,” the system spit back 1996 at me, rather than doing the math to say “24 years.”

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Watching the inference engine identify poses and people from preloaded videos is one thing, but testing it live is another. I hooked up a USB webcam and watched as the software correctly identified my features as I did a pose..

Why would you care about identifying someone’s gaze or how they are posed? If you were a robot, it would matter because it would allow you to know whether a person was trying to interact with you. For example, if there’s a hospitality robot at a hotel and I’m standing next to it and talking to my friend, I don’t want the robot interrupting our conversation to ask me if I’d like directions to the elevator. However, if the robot knows that I am gazing right at it, it can initiate a conversation without becoming an annoying disruption. 

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 Performance of Nvidia Xavier NX Developer Kit 

The point of the Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX board is to do A.I. on the edge, not in the cloud. So performance really matters and you’re not going to be able to do something like run four applications at once with a lesser processor. 

Nvidia claims that Xavier NX is ten times faster than the $99 Jetson Nano which had a modest 128-core Maxwell CPU and, along with a quad-core ARM A57 processor and 4GB of RAM. That’s believable considering the higher core count and improved architecture of the Xavier NX.

We ran some of Nvidia’s recommended benchmarks on the Xavier NX and compared them to results from the Jeston Nano (note that the Nano results come from Nvidia’s press materials on the Nano from March 2019 as we were not able to test the Nano. However, these numbers were published long beter the Xavier NX was announced).

A.I Test Model Jetson Xavier NX (fps) Jetson Nano (fps)
ResNet-50 871.6 36
Inception v4 317.1 11
OpenPose 231.6 14
VGG-19 63.4 10
Unet 142.4 18
Tiny Yolo 568.9 25
Super Resolution 157.2 15

As you can see from the table above, on some of these models, the Xavier NX is as much as 20 times faster than the Nano. This added performance is what it allows it to not only react more quickly to incoming streams but to handle multiple applications at once, which is necessary when you want to create a robot that can move, talk and interpret human body language / speech at the same time.

 Dev Kit vs Xavier NX Production Module 

Somewhat strangely, the developer kit is actually a tad less expensive than the bare Xavier NX SoC, even though both are similarly specked. The SoC by itself is currently selling for $459, which is $60 more than you pay to get the same thing, but with the I/O board you need for development. However, Nvidia explains that the board by itself uses “production-rated components” and is built for a 5 to 10 year operating life will the dev kit board is not. And if you’re building a series of robots for your factory, you care about the reliability more than $60.

Another difference between the dev kit and the product-level board is that the SoC comes with 16GB of on-board eMMC storage rather than requiring you to bring  your own microSD card. For embedded systems, it’s probably safer not to add microSD cards as a point of failure.

If you’re looking to build serious, professional A.I.-powered robots, Nvidia’s Jetson Xavier NX is a strong choice. And, before you start building those robots, you’re going to need the  Xavier NX Developer Kit. 

Makers may have some fun using the developer kit for one-off projects; the fact that you can use Raspberry Pi cameras and HATS with it is a real plus. However, for this kind of money, you’ll want to do more than just have some fun.

Avram Piltch is Tom’s Hardware’s editor-in-chief. When he’s not playing with the latest gadgets at work or putting on VR helmets at trade shows, you’ll find him rooting his phone, taking apart his PC or coding plugins. With his technical knowledge and passion for testing, Avram developed many real-world benchmarks, including our laptop battery test.

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NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit

The NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit is now available! The new Jetson flagship has up to 8X the raw AI compute performance and up to 2X the energy efficiency of Jetson AGX Xavier. Looky here:

Introduction

The Jetson AGX Orin is the next evolution of the the Jetson product line. Here, we’ll cover some of the highlights, just to wet our appetite for upcoming development.

We’ll cover mostly the AGX Orin hardware in this article. The software side is another major upgrade which we will soon be covering. The software upgrades will run on both the Orin series and the Xavier series of Jetsons. Some highlights for the system software:

  • Latest compute stack with latest versions of CUDA 11 and TensorRT 8
  • Linux Kernel 5.10
  • Ubuntu 20.04 based root file system
  • UEFI for CPU bootloader

There is also a group of frameworks which leverage these new under pinnings we will talk about in upcoming articles.

Specs

Before we get much further, the price at introduction is $1999 USD.

Jetson AGX Orin Module

You can think of the Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit as two parts. The first is the Jetson AGX Orin Module, which is a compute module. The second part is a carrier board which provides input/output, memory and electrical connections to the module. Here’s the NVIDIA provided specs:

For the Jetson AGX Orin Module:

The AGX Orin Module consists of three main parts. The first is the Jetson Orin System On a Chip (SoC). The SoC is the brains of the Jetson and contains all the compute elements. The SoC attaches to a PCB which hold the main memory and eMMC, along with support circuitry and a 699 pin interface connector. This assembly is in a metal case which also thermally connects to the SoC:

Jetson AGX Orin SoCJetson AGX Orin Carrier BoardJetson AGX Orin Module

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The module is 100mm x 100m x 16mm. On the Developer Kit, attached to the Jetson AGX Orin module is a heat sink with integrated fan. The heat sink/fan is referred to as a thermal solution. For many developers, they will replace this particular thermal solution to meet requirements in their own designs.

Jetson AGX Orin Developer Kit Carrier Board

The second part of the Developer Kit is the carrier board. NVIDIA makes the design for the Jetson AGX Developer Kit Carrier Board freely available. Here are the specs:

The carrier board provides access to the input and output capabilities of the kit, along with supplying the module with power. People connect their peripherals to connectors on the sides of the Developer Kit, which connect to the carrier board. Here are the four different different sides, which hold the headers and jacks mentioned above:

One side holds a secret! From the factory, the Jetson AGX Orin is beautiful. I modified mine to fix that by adding googly eyes. This marks a cover held on to the Developer Kit with magnets. Removing the cover exposes a PCIe connector. The cover also holds WiFi antennas. Be careful when removing the cover as the antennas are connected to a WiFi card on the carrier board:

Secret!PCIe connector, antennas

Let’s take a look at what’s inside after removing the case cover. There are 4 screws that hold the Developer Kit together. The screws are easily accessible on the underside of the Developer Kit. Removing the screws, we can take off the case cover to expose the Jetson AGX Orin module. You can see the stack top to bottom, with the carrier board (on a plastic stand), Jetson AGX Orin module, and heat sink with fan:

Dev Kit, Cover RemovedDev Kit, Cover Removed, Opposite side

The Jetson AGX Module connects to the carrier board with a 699 pin connector. By gently rocking the Jetson Module, we can detach the module from the carrier board. Be careful, as the module is attached to the carrier board with a small wire. The wire controls the fan on the heat sink:

Module Right, Carrier Board LeftJetson Module Heat SinkModule Left, Carrier Board Right

Benchmarks

NVIDIA provides Deep Learning benchmark tests for comparing performance of different devices. Here’s a comparison of the Jetson AGX Xavier with the Jetson AGX Orin:

Performance on Vision AI and Conversational AI Models

Courtesy NVIDIA

Jetson AGX Orin delivers a 3-6X performance gain over Jetson AGX Xavier. Of course, all of this is highly variable based on your application. However, you can expect a 1.5-2X boost for the CPU. For the GPU, the AGX Orin has 4X the number of cores as the AGX Xavier, so it’s reasonable to expect a 3-10X bump depending. The Deep Learning Accelerator (DLA) is faster than that on the Xaviers.

Availability

The Developer Kit is available now through participating outlets. This includes Arrow, Seeed Studio and Silicon Highway.

Documentation

NVIDIA provides several thousand pages of documentation for the Jetson AGX Orin and the developer kit. Also, the mechanical and support files are freely available. The documents are available from the Jetson Download Center. Access may require registration to access some of the documentation, but don’t worry. Registration is free!

Conclusion

When doing the video, I was gobsmacked by the natural language translation while running another serious deep learning model at the same time. The AGX Orin is a serious machine. If you get the chance, take it for a spin!

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Hands-On with the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit

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Finally available in a bundle with baseboard, does NVIDIA’s Volta-based edge AI acceleration machine deliver on its promises?

A little delayed, but worth the wait! The Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit has landed. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

Unveiled late last year, the Jetson Xavier NX is the latest entry in NVIDIA’s deep learning-accelerating Jetson family. Described by the company as «the world’s smallest supercomputer» and directly targeting edge AI implementations, the Developer Kit edition which bundles the core system-on-module (SOM) board with an expansion baseboard was originally due to launch in March this year — but a last-minute delay saw the device slip to May, launching today at $399. Does it deliver on its heady promise?

The Hardware

As previously announced, the Jetson Xavier NX is based on a system-on-chip packing six of NVIDIA’s in-house Carmel ARMv8.2 general-purpose processing cores with a Volta-based graphics processing unit offering 384 CUDA cores and 48 Tensor cores — the latter a feature introduced to bring hardware specifically tuned to accelerating deep learning workloads to its otherwise graphics-focused GPU designs.

The SOM is bundled with a baseboard offering several IO options, including a GPIO header. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

For further acceleration, there’s also a pair of NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Accelerator (NVDLA) units. These are designed to run alongside a workload on the GPU, and push the overall claimed INT8 performance to 21 TOPS. There’s 8GB of LPDDR4x memory, but in the Developer Kit edition as-reviewed no on-board storage.

The SOM itself is relatively compact, bar a sizeable heatsink and fan assembly screwed to the top, and most connectivity — apart from a microSD slot for storage — is on the baseboard. This includes four USB 3.1 and one USB 2.0 Micro-B ports, a gigabit Ethernet port, one each of HDMI and DisplayPorts, two MIPI CSI-2 camera ports, and an M.2 Key E slot pre-populated with an AzureWave 2×2 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth module.

The underside hides two M.2 slots, one pre-populated with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth module and the other free for an SSD. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

Flipping the board over reveals another option for storage: an M.2 Key M slot for an optional NVMe SSD. Although not provided as part of the stock package, it’s an upgrade definitely worthy of consideration: In testing the microSD topped out at 89.5MB/s read and 19.1MB/s write, a USB 3.0 SSD at 401MB/s read and 360MB/s write, but a Western Digital Black 250GB NVMe SSD in the M.2 slot managed to sustain 3,086MB/s read and 1,599MB/s write throughput.

  • CPU: 6-core up-to-1.9GHz NVIDIA Carmel ARMv8.2 with 6MB L2 and 4MB L3 cache
  • GPU: NVIDIA Volta with 384 CUDA Cores, 48 Tensor Cores
  • Accelerators: 2x NVIDIA Deep Learning Accelerators (NVDLA)
  • RAM: 8GB LPDDR4x
  • Storage: microSD (on module), M. 2 Key M NVMe (on baseboard)
  • USB: 4x USB 3.1, 1x USB 2.0 Micro-B
  • Connectivity: Gigabit Ethernet, M.2 Key E 802.11ac 2×2 2.4/5GHz, Bluetooth 5.0
  • Display Outputs: HDMI, DisplayPort
  • Camera Inputs: 2x MIPI CSI-2
  • GPIO: 40-pin header (populated) with UART, SPI, I2C, I2S, PWM
  • Video Encode (H.264/H.265): 2x 4k30, 6x 1080p60, or 14x 1080p30
  • Video Decode (H.265): 2x 4k60, 4x 4k30, 12x 1080p60, or 32x 1080p30
  • Video Decode (H.264): 2x 4k30, 6x 1080p60, or 16x 1080p30

Cloud Native

The hardware’s only part of the story, though. NVIDIA’s pushing the Jetson Xavier NX as key to bringing what it calls «Cloud Native Computing.» Available across the Jetson range, specifications allowing, NVIDIA’s Cloud Native vision aims to turn machine learning developers on to containers — literally separating the applications from the operating system, allowing either to be updated at will and new applications to be quickly rolled out.

The multi-container «Cloud Native» demo is undeniably impressive. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

To prove its point, NVIDIA provided a preconfigured demo of its Cloud Native platform in action. Executed on the Jetson Xavier NX — a process which took a couple of minutes, an initial delay the company says can be reduced with optimizations not yet ready in time for the review — the demo loads four separate containers each with its own workload: A pose-estimation network running on one video feed, a gaze-recognition network running on another, person-detection running on a further four video feeds, and a live and local copy of the BERT natural language processing system.

All four containerised applications run at full speed on the Jetson Xavier NX. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

All four of these run simultaneously and, impressively, wholly smoothly. That’s no mean feat, considering they’re running on a device only marginally larger than a Raspberry Pi — smaller, if you discount the baseboard.

With that sort of compute power under the hood, you’d expect the Jetson Xavier NX to be hungry — and you’d be right, relatively speaking. The device can be configured in two power envelopes: 10W and 15W. Measured at the wall, however, its peak power draw during the demo and configured for the latter power envelope reached 24W — far lower than a desktop computer and graphics card performing the same tasks, but a high figure for an edge device.

This power is provided by a bundled international DC power adapter with barrel-jack connector, and marks a shift for NVIDIA’s Jetson range: While the Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier AGX both use barrel-jack connectors for power, they rely on 5V supplies; the Jetson Xavier NX, by contrast, uses a 19V supply — and confuse the two at your peril.

The fan is whiny, but it does its job: The board remains relatively cool even under heavy load. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

Thankfully, the cooling system isn’t purely for show: Despite sinking 24W of power, the Jetson Xavier NX stayed comfortably below 40°C (around 104°F) — at the cost of an admittedly annoying whine from the fan.

Performance

The CPU side of the Jetson Xavier NX is, for its price, somewhat underwhelming. In synthetic, single-threaded benchmarking it’s only marginally faster than the Rockchip RK3399 found on devices like the Orange Pi 4B and Rock Pi N10 at a much cheaper price.

You can improve matters considerably by switching CPU modes: Picking the two-core 15W operation mode over the six-core 15W mode boosts performance in some single-threaded workloads by nearly 50 percent, but at the cost of losing four of the CPU cores.

The Jetson Xavier NX can chew through object detection tasks with ease. (📷: Gareth Halfacree/Pexels)

For real-world workloads, the story’s different: With memory bandwidth measured at 32,351MB read and 32,103MB write in 1MB blocks — more than four times that of the Orange or Rock Pis — anything which does a lot of memory operations enjoys a major speed boost.

The CPU isn’t the star of the show, though: It’s the GPU, and the NVDLAs, that are the reasons to buy a Jetson Xavier NX. NVIDIA claims these combined offer compute performance of 21 TOPS at INT8 precision, putting it below the 32 TOPS of the company’s range-topping and twice-the-price Jetson AGX Xavier Developer Kit but streets ahead of the previous-generation Jetson TX2 it’s designed to replace — a tenfold performance boost for the same power envelope in deep learning inference workloads, by NVIDIA’s reckoning.

The FaceNet network is no problem for the Volta GPU, and the false-positives can’t be blamed on NVIDIA’s hardware. (📷: Gareth Halfacree/Pexels)

The actual performance you get will, naturally, depend on what you’re doing. Running through some common workloads, loaded from the after-market 250GB NVMe SSD to keep storage performance from being a bottleneck, we had the MobileNetV1 object detection network running at an incredible 864 frames per second; switching to the YoloV3-Tiny network dropped performance to 520 frames per second.

The same pose estimation network as used in the Cloud Native demo, but this time running as the sole task, sustained 237 frames per second; the demanding VGG-19 network was the slowest, but still managed a respectable 65 frames per second — more than enough for real-time use.

Even at FP16 precision, the Inception network runs fast enough for real-time use. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

Proving this, we switched to running the Inception and DetectNet object recognition networks, at FP16 precision, on a live feed from a Raspberry Pi Camera Module v2 in one of the board’s two CSI-2 ports. Both stayed comfortably above 70 frames per second.

Does It Deliver?

For newcomers to machine learning, the Jetson Xavier NX is overkill; pick up a Jetson Nano instead and enjoy the same core platform with easy progression to the bigger models in the future. For those who need the best performance that you can get without going to an x86 system with discrete GPU, meanwhile, the Jetson Xavier AGX is still the model to beat.

The Developer Kit bundle includes the module, base board, Wi-Fi module, and a 19V PSU. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

For anyone currently working with a Jetson TX2, the Jetson Xavier NX is a worthwhile upgrade. And for those interested in the promise of NVIDIA’s Cloud Native infrastructure and containerized workloads, the $399 asking price is a sound investment rewarded with some truly impressive performance figures for its power draw — and with an easy path to commercialization through volume purchases of the module-only variant, minus baseboard.

For AI on the edge and an easy path to mass deployment, the Jetson Xavier NX is tough to beat. (📷: Gareth Halfacree)

More information on the Jetson Xavier NX can be found on the NVIDIA website, where orders are open now at $399 including the module, baseboard, Wi-Fi card, and power supply.

Gareth Halfacree

Freelance journalist, technical author, hacker, tinkerer, erstwhile sysadmin. For hire: [email protected]

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NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit

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Note: Currently NVIDIA Jetson Nano, NX & Xavier Devkits are facing supply constraint. Hence, we are bringing a promising alternative solution for you, the reComputer Jetson Xavier NX Dev Kits.


The NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier™ NX Developer Kit brings supercomputer performance to the edge. It includes a power-efficient, compact Jetson Xavier NX module for AI edge devices. It benefits from new cloud-native support and accelerates the NVIDIA software stack in as little as 10W with more than 10X the performance of its widely adopted predecessor, Jetson TX2. The capability to develop and test power-efficient, small form-factor solutions with accurate, multi-modal AI inference opens the door for new breakthrough products.

Developers can now take advantage of cloud-native support, transforming the experience of developing and deploying AI software to edge devices. Pre-trained AI models from NVIDIA NGC, together with the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit, give a faster path to trained and optimized AI networks. Containerized deployment to Jetson devices also allows flexible and seamless updates.

The developer kit is supported by the entire NVIDIA software stack, including accelerated SDKs and the latest NVIDIA tools for application development and optimization. When combined with the compact Jetson Xavier NX, this powerful stack helps you create innovative solutions for smart cities, retail, manufacturing, logistics, healthcare, agriculture, and more.

Designed for ease of use and speed of deployment, Jetson is the most flexible platform to get to market and continuously update over the lifetime of a product.

Don’t forget to explore the blog Bringing Cloud-Native Agility to Edge AI Devices with the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit by the NVIDIA team. 

Note: To learn more about Jetson Xavier, please visit the Jetson Xavier NX Technical Blog with Benchmarks, also by the NVIDIA team.

Comparison Between The NVIDIA Jetson AI Developer Kits

You can head over to NVIDIA Jetson Download Center to explore the necessary drivers and software for this product.

Hardware Overview:

Features

  • Compact size Jetson Xavier NX module powerful enough for advanced AI applications with low power consumption
  • Supports Entire NVIDIA Software Stack for application development and optimization
  • Rich I/O Peripherals to further expand AI projects
  • Onboard Fan to provide better heat dissipation
  • More than 10X the performance of Jetson TX2 
  • Enables development of AI applications using NVIDIA JetPack™ SDK
  • Easy to build, deploy, and manage AI at the edge
  • Flexible and scalable platform to get to market with reduced development costs
  • Continuous updates over the lifetime of the product
Specifications:
  • GPU: NVIDIA Volta architecture with 384 NVIDIA CUDA® cores and 48 Tensor cores
  • CPU: 6-core NVIDIA Carmel ARM®v8. 2 64-bit CPU 6 MB L2 + 4 MB L3
  • DL Accelerator: 2x NVDLA Engines
  • Vision Accelerator: 7-Way VLIW Vision Processor
  • Memory: 8 GB 128-bit LPDDR4x @ 51.2GB/s
  • Storage: MicroSD (Card not included)
  • Video Encode: 2x 4K @ 30 | 6x 1080p @ 60 | 14x 1080p @ 30 (H.265/H.264)
  • Video Decoder:
    • 2x 4K @ 60 | 4x 4K @ 30 | 12x 1080p @ 60 | 32x 1080p @ 30 (H.265)
    • 2x 4K @ 30 | 6x 1080p @ 60 |16x 1080p @ 30 (H.264)
  • Camera: 2x MIPI CSI-2 D-PHY lanes
  • Display: HDMI and DP
  • Connectivity:
    • 10/100/1000 Base-T Gigabit Ethernet
    • M.2 Key E (WiFi/BT included)
    • M.2 Key M (NVMe)
  • I/O:
    • 4x USB 3.1 Gen2 Type A
    • USB 2.0 Micro-B
    • HDMI/DisplayPort
    • 40-pin header (GPIOs, I2C, I2S, SPI, UART)
    • 2x MIPI-CSI camera connector
    • Fan connector
  • Interfaces: GPIOs, I2C, I2S, SPI, UART
  • Power Supply: DC Jack (9V — 19V)
  • Dimensions: 103 mm x 90. 5 mm x 31 mm

Packing List

  • 1 x NVIDIA® Jetson Xavier™ NX Module
  • 1 x Reference Carrier Board
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide
  • 1 x Support Guide
  • 1 x Power Adapter: AC power brick with power cord

Resources

  • User’s Guide
  • Bringing Cloud-Native Agility to Edge AI Devices with the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX Developer Kit by the NVIDIA team. 
  • Jetson Xavier NX Technical Blog with Benchmarks, by the NVIDIA team.
  • NVIDIA Jetson Download Center

 

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We apologize but this product will be OOS whole year 2022. We recommend you to purchase reComputer Jetson Xavier NX Dev Kits instead as it is available at the moment.

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Hi, we estimate can restock this by end of December. You may click on the «Notify Me» button to get email notification once we restock. Thanks:)

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Hi, may i ask where can i find the demension of this device? such as screw placement or stl drawing?
( Chian, 15/12/2020 )

Hi, the dimension is about 103mm x 90.5mm x 31mm. Thanks 🙂

Hi, how will the warranty for this product work? Is it a one-to-one exchange? Pls advise.
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Hi, it depends on the defective on the product ya. If you need technical assistance, you can always drop an email to [email protected] Thanks 🙂

Please add the other version of Jetson to ur offering:1. XAVIER NX2. XAVIER AGX3.TX2
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Michael Xavier

For Magneto’s alias, see Magneto (Marvel Comics).

Michael D. Xavier (born 27 November 1978) is an English actor and singer.

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  • 2 Work in the theater
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    • 3 Presentation, Recording and Work in Cinema
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    Early years

    Xavier studied at Liverpool College and eventually completed his professional acting education at Liverpool University of the Arts [1] in 1999. His first professional role was in a musical comedy in 2000. [2] [3]

    Work in the theater

    Xavier worked in leading roles on stage in the UK for 20 years. Notable productions in which he has appeared include Miss Saigon , My Fair Lady , The Phantom of the Opera , Oklahoma! , and The Sound of Music . In 2014 he played Sid Sorokin opposite Joanna Riding in The Pajama Game at the Shaftesbury Theater in London. [4]

    In 2008 Xavier played Rock Hudson in Tim Fountain play Rock at the Unity Theater in Liverpool, the Library Theater in Manchester and the Oval House Theater in London. It was released as a radio play by the production company Made in Manchester and won Best Online Only Audio Drama at the BBC Audio Drama Awards in 2012. [5] [6]

    Xavier has been nominated twice for the Laurence Olivier Award. He was first nominated for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical in 2011 for his performance as Cinderella the Wolf Prince in Into the Woods at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. [7] In the same year he was also nominated for Best Actor in a Musical for his performance as Oliver in the musical Love Story at the Duchess Theatre. [8] In January 2017, Xavier’s lead performance in the film « Boulevard Sanset «(in the London Coliseum) won the BroadwayWorld UK / West End 2016 Award for the best male role in the new musical production.

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    In 2013 Xavier presented the Olivier Awards BBC Radio 2 Covent Garden stage with Claudia Winklemann, [10] and returned again in 2014 to attend the ITV Stage together with Mylin Klass. [11] He also hosted the UK Theater Awards at the historic City Hall in the City of London in both 2013 and 2014. [12] [13]

    Xavier’s film credits include his portrayal of Tom in the 2014 production. Never Let Go with director Howard J. Ford for Latitude Films, scheduled for release in 2015. [14] In 2013 he played Rob in a short film. Gnomeland written/directed by Francesca Janes, [15] and also the role of a Russian Gulag prisoner in Walt Disney Pictures’ Most Popular Dolls , filmed at Pinewood Studios.

    In addition, Xavier worked as a recording artist, recording both radio and original soundtracks under his name. In 2007, BBC Radio 2 presented special edition Friday night is Music Night, celebrating the work of Leonard Bernstein and the 50th anniversary of West Side Story . Paul Gambacchini presented the program at London’s Mermaid Theatre, featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra and Xavier as Tony. [16] [17] He also played Artie Green in the BBC Radio 2 live recording of Sunset Boulevard, performed at the Cork Opera House with Michael Ball and Petula Clark. [18] In addition to radio, his recordings include: Bumblescratch (London concert recording, 2016) Collaborations: The Songs of Elliot Davis (2013), Raise (Concept Album 2012), Soho Synders (Live Cast 2011), Love Story (2011 London Original Cast), and Little Woman (2004 Studio Cast). [19]

    Master Class MX

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    Xavier is the director of MX Masterclass, a training school for musical theater students that aims to help them get into professional schools. The school runs every Sunday at The Umbrella Rooms in the West End. Their patron is Matthew Bourne. Regular teachers over the years have been Anna Tringham, Ross Sharkey, Lucinda Lawrence, Brandon Lee Sears, Nicola Coates, Peter Polikarpou and Alex Young. Students are also taught by guest performers and practitioners, including Kerry Ellis, Ramin Karimloo, Rebecca Trehearn, Mark Antolin, Robbie Sherman, Cathy Briben, Louise Dearman, Trevor Dion Nicholas and Matt Henry (singer). Students are often given the opportunity to perform at various charity and West End events, at which Xavier also appears. The students will also perform at a Christmas concert in St. Paul, Covent Garden, alongside industry professionals. The 2016 concert was hosted by Rufus Hound. Students have many academic opportunities throughout the year and receive national and local news coverage. Last year they performed at The Best of the West End concert at the Royal Albert Hall starring many famous West End names including Xavier himself. 9 Weekly, Theatre. «Main Men Of Musicals Concert». theatreweekly.com . theatreweekly.com. Retrieved May 31, 2019.

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Eric Johnson, d
Jacob McDonald, d
Patrick Nemeth, d
Dan Renouf, d
Dewan Dubnik, d
Jonas Johansson, d
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André Burakowski, n
Tyson Jost, d
Nazim Kadri, d
Nathan McKinnon, d
Valery Nichushkin, d
Logan O’Connor, d
Mikko Rantanen, d
Samuel Girard, d
Cale Makar, d
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«Columbus Blue Jackets»

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Zach Dalpa, N
Max Domi, N
Neitan Embable, N
Mikhail Grigorenko, N
Ryan Makinnis, N
Stefan Matto, N
Cliff Pu, N.
Cole Sherwood,
Kevin Stenlund,
KELVIN TURKAUF, N
Daniel Zaar, N
Gavin Beiruter, Z
Gabriel Karlsson, Z
Adam Kledening, Z
Michael Del Zotto, Z
Scott Harrington, Z
Dean Cukan, Z
Cameron Johnson

Kam Atkinson, N
Oliver Bjorkstrand, N
Bun Jenner, N
Patrick Lain, N
Gustav Nyukvist, N
Eric Robinson, N
Jack Ruslovik, N
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«Dallas Starz»

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Nick Kaamano, N
Andrew Kogliano, N
Blake Komo, N
Justin Dauling, N
Tanner Kero, N
Joel L’ESPENSE, N
Adam Mseckery, N
Adam ADAME d
Matej Stransky, d
Taylor Fedun, d
Ben Gleason, d
Joel Hanley, d
Niklas Hansson, d
Julius Honka, d
Jamie Oleksiak, d
Mark Pizik, d
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Landon Bow,
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Jamie Benn, N
Radek Fax, N
Denis Guryanov, N
Roope Khintz, N
Joe Pavelski, N
Alexander Radulov, N
Tyler Segin, N
MIR HASANEN, MIR HASANOVANE. Z
John Klingberg, Z
Esa Lindell, Z
Anton Bogobin, in

«Detroit Red Unges»

Available

Rayli Barber, N
Kyle Kriskioolo, N
Turner Elson, N
Valteri Filppul, N
Sam Gagne, n
Luke Glendening, d
Darren Helm, d
Taro Hiroshi, d
Vladislav Namestnikov, d
Frans Nielsen, d
Bobby Ryan, d
Evgeny Svechnikov, d
Dominic Tardjon, d
Hayden Biega, d

Dennis Cholowsky, d
Danny Dekaiser, d
Christian Juice, d
Joe Hicketts, d
Dylan McIlrath, d
Mark Staal, d
Troy Stecher, d
Jonathan Bernier, d
Kevin Fulcher, d

Kelvin Picard, at

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Tyler Bertuzzi, n
Adam Erne, n
Robbie Fabbri, n
Dylan Larkin, n
Michael Rasmussen, n
Jivani Smith, n
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«Edmonton Oilers»

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Tyler Benson, N
Alex CHEISSON, N
Adam Kraknell, N
Tyler Ennis, N
Joseph Gamdell, n
Griffith, n
Dominic Cahun, d
Jujhar Haira, d
Cooper Marody, d
James Neal, d
Alan Quine, d
Patrick Russell, d
Devin Shore, d
Anton Slepyshev, d
Kyle Terris, d

Tyson Barry, D
Oscar Klefbaum, D
Slater Kukkoek, D
Dmitry Kulikov, D
William Lagesson, D
Adam Larsson, D
Chris Russell, D
Mikko Koskinen, D
Mike Smith, D
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Josh Archibald, n
Leon Draisaitl, d
Zach Cassian, d
Connor McDavid, d
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, d
Jesse Pulujärvi, d
Kyler Yamamoto, d
Ethan Bear, d
Duncan Keith, d
Darnell Stuys 2 , in

Florida Panters

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Noel Achchari, N
Patrick Baykov, N
Yuho Lammikko, N
Ryan Lomberg, N
Brad Morrison, N
Aleksi Saarela, N
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Alex Wennberg, d
Scott Wilson, D
Lukas Karlsson, D
Kevin Connaughton, D
Tommy Cross, D
Radko Gudas, D
Noah Julsen, D
Brady Keeper, D
Brandon Montour, D
Markus Nutivaara, D

Anton Strogan, Z
Philip Dressier, in
Chris Driger, in
Sam Montembo, in

secure

Alexander Barkov, N
Sam Bennett, N
Anthony Ducler, N
Patrik Khorkvist, N
Jennan, N
Jennan, N

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Aaron Ecblade, Z
Gustav Forsling, Z
Mackenzie Wigar, Z
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«Los Angeles Kings»

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Martin Frk, d
Karl Grundstrom, d
Bokonji Imama, d
Brendan Lemieux, d
Blake Lyzotte, d
Matt Luff, d
Drake Rimsha, d
Austin Wagner, d
Daniel Brickley, 2 908 Z
Cale Clog, Z
Ollie Maatta, Z
Curtis McDermid, Z
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William Bitten, d
Nick Bjugstad, d
Nick Bonino, d
Joseph Kramarossa, d
Gabriel Dumont, d
Marcus Johansson, d
Luke Johnson, d
Victor Rusk, d
Kyle Row2 , d
Dmitry Sokolov, d
Matt Barkowski, d
Louis Belpedio, d
Ian Cole, d
Brad Hunt, d
Ian McCoshen, d
Brennan Menell, d
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Joel Ericsson Ek, d
Kevin Fiala, d
Marcus Foligno, d
Jordan Greenway, d
Ryan Hartman, d
Nico Sturm, d
Mats Zuccarello, d
Jonas Brodin, d
Jonas Brodin d
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Kam Talbot, in

«Montreal Canadiens»

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Brandon Baddok, N
Joseph Blandizi, N
Pol Bairon, N
Phillip Daifin Dofin,
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Michael Frolik,
Charles Youdon, d
Corey Perry, d
Michael Pezzetta, d
Eris Staal, d
Tomasz Tatar, d
Lukas Weidemo, d
Jordan Weale, d
Cale Fleury, d
Eric Gustafsson, d 9 Brelac 9 Kustafsson, d

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Gustav Olofsson, Z
Xavier Ulle, Z
Shi Weber, Z
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Brendan Gallagher,
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Artturi Lechkonen, N
Tyler Toffoli, N
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Joel Edmundson, Z
Jeff Pitri, Z
Jake Allen, in

«Nashville Metovitorz»

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Matt Duchene, d
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Ryan Johansen, d
Sean Malone, d
Michael Pitlik4, d
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Anthony Richard, n
Brad Richardson, D
Colton Sissons, D
Jacob Trenin, D
Frederic Allard, D
Matt Benning, D
Mark Borowitzky, D
Eric Goodbranson, D
Ben Harpur, D
Josh Healy, D
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Casimir Kaskisuo, in
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Tanner Dzhannot, N
Luke Kunin, N
Alexander Karrya, Z
Matthias Ekholm, Z
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«New Jersey Devils»

Available

Naitan Bastian, N
Christoph Berthi, N
Brandon Zhinyak, N
A-Ji Griere, N
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Ivan Chomutov,
Nicholas Merkley,
Brett Ceney,
Ben Street,
Marian Studenik,
Will Butcher,
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PK Subban, D
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Colton White, Z
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Aaron Dell, in
Scott Vedzhwood, in

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Esper Bratt, N
Niko Khishir, N
Yanna Kuokanen, N
Michael Macra, N
Yegor Sharagovich, N
Miles Wood, N
Pavel Zakha, N
Ryan Graves, Z
Damon Severson, Z
Jonas Zigentler, Z
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Josh Bailey,
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Casey Sizikas, d
Austin Tsarnik, d
Michael Dahl Colle, d
Jordan Eberle, d
Tanner Fritz, d
Joshua Ho-Sang, d
Ross Johnston, d
Otto Koivula,
Komarov, d
Kyle Palmieri, d
Richard Panik, d
Dmitry Timashov, d
Travis Zajjak, d
Sebastian Aho, d
Braydon Coburn, d
Andy Green, d
Thomas Wanzpelde 9l0822 Parker Wotherspoon,
Ken Appleby,
Corey Schneider,

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Matthew Barzal, N
Anthony Bovilier, N
Cal Caltterbak, N
Anders Li,
Matta Martin, N
Brok Nelson, N
Jean-Gabriel Paja,
Scott Maithylers, Z
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Adam Pelek, Z
Ryan Pulku, Z
Semyon Varlamov, in

«New York Rangers»

Available

Colin Blackwell, N
Johnny Brodzinski, N
Fillip Di Juzeppe, N
Gabriel Fontaine, N
Zh. Gautier,
Tim Gettinger,
Barclay Goodrow, d
Anthony Greco, d
Ty Ronning, d
Anthony Bitetto, d
Brandon Crowley, d
Tony DiAngelo, d
Nick DeSimone, d
Mason Girtsen, d
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Philip Khhytil, N
Chris Kryder, N
Artemy Panarin, N
Kevin Runi, N
Ryan Strium, N
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Ryan Lindgren, D
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«Ottava Senators»

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Vitaliy Abramov, N
Michael Amadio, N
Artem Anisimov, N
Jay-I Body, N
Clark Bishop, N
Evgeny Dadonov, d
Jonathan Davidsson, d
Ryan Dzingel, d
Michael Haley, d
Jack Kopaka, d
Zachary Mugwood, d
Matthew Peck, d
Logan Shaw, d
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Logan Braun, NC, NC, N. N
Brady Tkachuk, N
Austin Watson, N
Colin White, N
Thomas Shabo, Z
Victor Mete, Z
Nikita Zaitsev, Z
Philip Gustavsson, in

«Philiers Flyers»

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Connor Bunnaman, D
David Kachet, D
Pascal Laberge, D
Samuel Morin, D
Herman Rubtsov, D
Carsen Twarinski, D
James van Rimsdyk, D
Jakub Voracek, D
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Justin Brown, D
Shane Gostisbeer, D
Robert Hugg, D
Derrick Puyo, D
Nate Prosser, D
Tyler Wotherspoon, D
Brian Elliott, D
Alex Lyon, D
Felix Sandström, D

Nicholas Obe-Kubel, n
Sean Couturier, d
Claude Giroud, d
Kevin Hayes, d
Travis Koneckney, d
Scott Laughton, d
Oscar Lindbloom, d
Ryan Ellis, d
Ivan Provorov, d Harz
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«Pittsburgh Penguins»

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Anthony Angello, N
ZAS Aston RIZ, N
Josh Curry, N
Frederick Godro,
Mark Yankovsky, N
SM Laffferti
Sam Miletich,
Evan Rodriguez,
Colton Seavior, d
Brandon Tanev, d
Jason Zucker, d
Cody Ceci, d
Kevin Chuchman, d
Mark Friedman, d
Jesper Lindgren, d
Andrey Pedan, d
Rissol Pettersson,
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Yannik Weber, Z
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Maxim Lagasa,

defended

Teddy Blueger, N
Jeff Carter, N
Sydney Crosby, N
JAKEK GUNTSEL, N
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Brian Rast,
Brian Dumulin, Z
Chris Letang, Z
Mike Match Mateeson, Z
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«San Jose Sharks»

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Curtis Gabriel, N
Dilan Gambrell d
Jayden Halbgewax, d
Maxim Letunov, d
Patrick Marleau, d
Matt Nieto, d
Markus Sorensen, d
Alexander True, d
Christian Jaros, d
Nicholas Melosh, d
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Logan Kutyur, N
Jonathan Dalen, N
Tomash Hurtl, N.
Evander Kaine, N
Kevin Labank, N
Timo Maier, N
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Eric Karlsson, Z
Mark Edward Vlasik, Z
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«Saint-Louis Blues»

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Sammy Blai, N
Tyler Bozak, N
Kyle Clifford,
Jacob de la Rose,
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Tanner Kaspik, d
Mackenzie McEachern, d
Curtis McKenzie, d
Austin Pogansky, d
Zach Sanford, d
Jayden Schwartz, d
Nolan Stevens, d
Vladimir Tarasenko, d

Robert Bortuzzo, d
Vince Dunn, d
Petteri Lindbom, d
Niko Mikkola, d
Mitch Reinke, d
Steven Santini, d
Marco Scandella, d
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Jordan Kairu, n
Ryan O’Reilly, n
David Perron, n
Brayden Schenn, n
Oscar Sundquist, n
Robert Thomas, n
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«Tampa-Bay Lighting»

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Blake Coleman, N
Yanni Gurd, N
Tyler Johnson, d
Mathieu Joseph, d
Boris Katchuk, d
Alex Killorn, d
Patrick Maroon, d
Boo Nieves, d
Ondrej Palat, d
Taylor Reddish, d
Jemel Smith, d
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Sean Day, D
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Ben Thomas,
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Spencer Martin,
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defended

Anthony Sireley, n
Nikita Kucherov, N
Braden Point, N
Stephen Stamkos, N
Eric Chernak, N
Victor Hedman, Z
Raan MacDona, Z
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Toronto Mapip Lefs

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Joui Anderson, N
Adam Brooks, N
Pierre Angvall, N
Nick Folino, N
Aleks Zach Hyman, n
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Calle Kossila, d
Denis Malgin, d
Jared McCann, d
Riley Nash, d
Stefan Naisen, d
Nick Petan, d
Scott Sabourin, d
Wayne Simmonds, d
Jason Spezza, d
Antti Suomela, d
Joe Thornton, d
Zach Bogosian, d
Travis Dermott, d
Ben Hutton, d
Martin Marinchin, d
Calle Rosen, d
Frederic Andersen, d
Michael Hutchinson, d
David Ritchinson 8, d

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Mitchell Marner, n
Auston Matthews, d
William Nylander, d
John Tavares, d
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Justin Hall, d
Jake Mazzin, d
Morgan Riley, d
Jack Campbell, d

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Justin Bailey, N
Jay Bigl, N
Travis Boyd, N
Louis Ericksson, N
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Tyler Graevak, N
JASIS MATHIMOR, N
MATTIA, N
MATTEN, N
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Cole Lind, d
Zach McEwen, d
Petrus Palmu, d
Antoine Rossel, d
Brandon Sutter, d
Jimmy Vesey, d
Jake Wirtanen, d
Madison Bowie, d
Guillaume Brisbois, d
Jalen Chatfield, d
Alexander Edler,

Brogan Rafferti, Z
Eston hundred, Z
Josh Taves, Z
Braden Holtby,

protected

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Jason Dikinson, N
Bo Croat, N
Jay-Ti-Miller, N
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Tanner Pearson,
Elias Pettersson,
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Tyler Mayers, Z
Nate Schmidt, Z
Thatcher Demko, in

«Washington Capitals»

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Nick Daud, N
Shein Hegel, n
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Alexander Ovechkin, d
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Brian Pigno, d
Michael Raffl, d
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Lars Eller, d
Evgeny Kuznetsov, d
Anthony Manta, d
TJ Oshie, d
Daniel Sprong, d
Tom Wilson, d
John Carlson, d
Dmitry Orlov4 van Rimsdijk, building
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Winnipeg Jets

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Marco Dano, N
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Nate Thompson, d
Dominic Toninato, d
Nathan Beaulieu, d
Geordie Benn, d
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Eric Comri, in
Cole Kekhler, in

defended

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Andrew Kopp, N
Pierre-Luke Dyubua, N
Nikolai Elers, N
Adam Lauri, N
Mark Scheifly, n
Blake Wheeler, n
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Breakout Kings — description and content of the series series.

Season 1

Episode 1 «Pilot»

When convicted murderer August Tilman breaks out of prison, U.S. Marshals Charlie Duchamp and Ray Zankenelli decide to use an unusual way to apprehend the fugitive by forming a special task force consisting of three previously elusive, but already captured fugitives. Convicts Lloyd Lowery, Shea Daniels and Philomena Rochliffer agree to provide assistance in exchange for reduced sentences.

2 Series «Collected»

Xavier Price escapes from prison during a death penalty protest outside the prison walls. The Breakout Kings don’t miss a chance to try and track him down. It turns out that this violent criminal is a «collector» and has a history of kidnapping women, torturing them, and holding them captive in basements. Once the team learns that a woman is currently hidden somewhere, work begins to find her before Xavier can harm her. Erica Reid joins the team.

3 Series «The Bag Man» (T-Beg)

T-Bag, a sociopath with a prosthetic arm, makes a bloody prison break and sets off for revenge. At first, the Breakout Kings assumed that this notorious criminal wanted to see the girl, once they found the remains of the shaving accessories and learned that he had stolen the woman’s ring. But the intrigue continues to grow, like his crimes after escaping from prison. The team must figure out who he wants to see and stop him before he crosses the Canadian border and finds his freedom. What is really driving this crazy man, and what will the Breakout Kings do to finally end this crazy chase once and for all?

4 Episode ‘Out of the Mouth of Babes’

Joe, a convicted pedophile, disguises himself as one of the crew during a movie shoot and escapes. The team must not only catch him, but make sure he doesn’t commit any more crimes while on the loose. The first thing they do is head to the school where Joe worked as a counselor and where six kids accused him of molestation. They also manage to track down Joe’s ex-wife and children, whose lives were ruined when Joe received a life sentence in prison. Meanwhile, Erica is determined to see her six-year-old daughter on her birthday, and Charlie’s wife convinces him to take her on a much-needed vacation.

5 Series «Queen of Hearts»

The team is trying to catch a ruthless woman convicted of killing her husband 48 times, who escaped prison on a school bus. Turns out the woman was tricking the men into thinking she really cared about them so they would do what she wants and help her escape. Charlie and Ray’s special task force must catch her before she hurts more people — and make sure her 14-year-old son stays safe. Meanwhile, Lloyd’s gambling debt increases and a creepy prisoner threatens his life unless he finds a way to get the money back.

6 «Like Father, Like Son» series

Christian Beaumont not only wants to crack down on the prison system, but also to settle scores with the entire system organized by the government. The group must find this escaped criminal before anything else is destroyed. The stakes for the team are even higher when Beaumont sends an explosive package to Charlie Duchamp’s house. Meanwhile, Lloyd Lowery wonders who his real father is and why his mother never told the truth about him.

7 Series «Fun with Chemistry»

Modern day Bonnie and Clyde escaped from prison and continued their string of crimes and murders. After the pair kill a cop, the «breakout kings» are on a mission to catch them before they kill anyone else — and before a dozen other law enforcement agencies catch them first. This would mean that the «breakout kings» would not receive time deductions from their deadlines. In the midst of the chaos, Julianna develops romantic feelings for one of the «kings».

8 Steaks Series

An oversized prisoner was poisoned and his coffin was used as a «Trojan horse» for two prisoners who escaped from the Cayuga Correctional Facility. One of the prisoners, out of revenge, brutally kills a prison guard, due to a disagreement with another prisoner who only wants a big salary and a life of luxury. Killing also increases the urgency of capturing prisoners. Meanwhile, Ray gives Erica, Shea, and Lloyd an incentive so that whoever proves most helpful in the cause can be proud of the delicious steak they got for dinner.

9 Series «One for the Money»

Handsome, rich and cunning jewel thief Andre, escapes from prison leaving all the prison guards scratching their heads, he does so just in time to make a big leap in his career. The Breakout Kings need to figure out what he’s up to and stop him before it’s too late to track him down. Meanwhile, Shea and Erika beg Ray to let them have conjugal dates.

10 Paid in Full Series

An infamous hit man escapes prison to finish some unfinished business. Since he’s been killing left and right, the Breakout Kings must try to figure out the connection between his victims, catch and shut him down before he kills anyone again. The common thread between all of his victims is his involvement in the tragic story of the rape of a young college student 5 years earlier, whose father was a guard in the prison he fled from.

11 Off the Beaten Path Series

Violent schizophrenic with outdoor survival skills and a history of ritual murder, these are his hunting drugs. His prey, Debbie Myers, is a beautiful, young television presenter. After killing an orderly, he runs away with only one thing on his mind, to find Debbie by taking her to a special place in the Adirondacks and consummate his «love» through a strange and cruel ceremony, which of course ends with Debbie’s murder.

12 «There are Rules» episode

A shocking scene unfolds in the prison when a truck crashes into the prison wall and an armored car drives off with several convicted criminals. The team quickly begins hunting down the fugitives, and learn that the fugitives are on the same page as Ronald Barnes, the man who hates them all. They follow Barnes, and eventually realize that his plans to help the prisoners achieve freedom were a ploy to distract the authorities from tracking Barnes himself. Barnes will kill anyone who gets in his way, the Breakout Kings must outsmart him before it’s too late.

13 Where in the World is Carmen Vega

Carmen Vega, the ruthless queen of a drug cartel, makes a violent and deadly escape to attend the funeral of her murdered son. Her plan is to put the family business in order and hand over the keys to the cartel to the heir apparent, her son Caesar. Carmen will stop at nothing, including killing members of her team and even her own family, to put Caesar on the throne. The escape kings seem to be one step behind Carmen and they smell a rat. Is there an informant within the team? The Breakout Kings not only need to capture Carmen and knock off their sentence, they also need to find the place where Carmen is holding Shi’s friend hostage in order to save her life. Find the traitor, capture Carmen and save the one you love, the Breakout Kings need to work hard. In the end, they realize that they really are a team, and there is no turning back.

Season 2

Episode 14 An Unjust Death

The Breakout Kings are back to work and in pursuit of Damien, a particularly dangerous and ruthless serial killer. Lloyd was the doctor on Damien’s case 8 years ago, and since then the enmity between them has deep-rooted. In the midst of the investigation, the group learns that Charlie has been offered a promotion, leaving them unsure of their future and the fate of the entire program. But as Damien’s pursuit intensifies, tragedy strikes and one of the kings pays the ultimate price, forcing the rest of the tight-knit team to cope with an unimaginable loss.

15 Round Two

A gang of dangerous criminals escape from prison through an underground tunnel. The Breakout Kings team up with the FBI after learning that one of the gang members is actually an undercover agent. When it starts to look like a possible betrayal by an undercover agent, tensions escalate among the Kings, and they need to hunt him down and uncover the truth. All the while, the team must contend with the loss of one of their own.

16 Double Down Series

Travis Munsey — actor and snitch, escaped from prison. The Breakout Kings quickly locate and bring him back, only to discover that Travis is the key to finding an even bigger fish. Things get serious when one team member is kidnapped.

17 Cruz Control Series

After a very clever escape from the car park, the fugitive puts on a death spree with reckless abandon. Lloyd realizes that, driven by his terminal diagnosis, he begins to cross off items from the bloody list. He considers himself an avenging angel, the team will have to stop him and put an end to the violence.

18 Self Help Series

The Breakout Kings returned to work, puzzled by the answer to the confusing question: Why does a prisoner escape from prison without ever leaving prison? To commit the perfect crime. How he does it? The task of the team is to find out.

Episode 19 «I Smell Emmy»

A volunteer in a women’s prison is attacked by a rude inmate. En route to the court hearing that results from that attack, the prisoner feigns pain at the scheduled time. The transport is forced to make a stop, during which the prisoner escapes. When she shows up at a volunteer’s house and shoots her husband through a pillow, it seems tragic until it’s revealed that the volunteer and the inmate were working together. The breakout kings are in hot pursuit of this duo.

20 Ain’t Love (50) Grand? (Love is priceless (for 50 thousand))

A criminal on the duty of a janitor is exhausted day by day by one of the guards — until the day comes when he can no longer do it. The convict kills the guard and, having escaped, begins to look for the love of his life. He loves her so much that he killed her bad influence stepfather. That’s how he ended up in jail. The girl, our Juliet, led Romeo to believe that she was waiting for him and would love him forever. However, believing that he was serving a life sentence, she went further and loved him only nominally, so to speak. Furious, Romeo kidnaps Juliet. The task of the Breakout Kings is to save them both.

21 SEALd Fate Series

Former Navy member Jonah Whitman makes a horrific jailbreak. His mental health is in question and he is considered armed and very dangerous. Instead of going into hiding, Jonah sets out to get revenge on his former employers from ALASTOR, a government contractor who sets up conspiracy theories. The Breakout Kings track down Jonah and try to bring him back by uncovering the truth behind his paranoia.

22 Freakshow Series

Max Doyle was an orphan who grew up in the circus for his own gain. All his life, Max felt a lack of belonging, a feeling that was only partially assuaged. It is this opportunity that the Breakout Kings use when tracking down Max. Meanwhile, not all of the Kings are in business, at least one stays behind to follow a clue left to them by Damian — with disastrous consequences.

Episode 23 «Served Cold»

Damien upped the psychotic stakes with the Breakout Kings and now it’s personal. Still banned from working on Damien’s case, the Kings are doing what they have to do to get the job done. In the end, the team will have to face an unbearable choice.

Desmond Xavier — Dezmond Xavier

This article should be updated . Reason for this: His career with Major League Wrestling, Impact Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerilla among others. Update this article to reflect recent events or new information that is available. (January 2019)

Deveon Everhart Aiken [1] is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE. He is best known for his time in Impact Wrestling under the ring name Desmond Xavier . [4]

He is well known as a member of the Rascalz featuring Zachary Wentz and Trey Miguel. He also competed for independent promotions, mainly for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), where he was one-half of the PWG World Tag Team Champions next to Wentz.

Content

  • 1 Professional wrestling career
    • 1. 1 Impact wrestling
      • 1.1.1 X Division (2017-2018)
      • 1.1.2 Fraudsters0019
      • 1.2 Dragon Gates (2018)
      • 1.3 Underground beam (2018)
      • 1.4 WWE (2020 — present)
    • 2 Championships and Achievements
    • 3 used literature
    • 4 External links career

      Impact Wrestling

      X Division (2017–2018)

      On April 13, 2017, it was revealed that Desmond Xavier had signed with Impact Wrestling. [7] In the issue of 20 April Impact Wrestling , Xavier made his debut in a six-way match for the X Division Championship in which he was unsuccessful. [8] His first singles match on Impact took place on the July 8 episode of the show. Xplosion , where he defeated Idris Abraham. Later that month, Xavier entered the 2017 GFW Super X Cup tournament, [9] in which he defeated Idris Abraham in the quarter-finals, Drago in the semi-finals and Taiji Ishimori in the final to win the 2017 GFW Super X Cup. [10] In October, Xavier made his pay-per-view debut at Glory Bound where he competed against Trevor Lee, Garza Jr., Matt Sydal, Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt in a six-way match for the X Division title but failed to win the title. Xavier also received a singles title shot in the X Division Championship against Taiji Ishimori on the January 18, 2018 episode of Influence! which he lost.

      In Atonement, Xavier competed in a six-way X Division match, which he lost. He would then lose to Brian Cage at Under Pressure Specifically to determine the #1 contender for the X Division Championship. His only X Division title shot in 2018 was against Matt Sydal in the tournament. A one night only pay-per-view event Zero Fear in which he lost. He will then take a short break in Impact.

      The Scammers (2018-2020)

      Main article: Rascaltz

      Dez (left) with Trey (center) and Wentz (right) as Rascaltz in July 2019

      At the end of 2018, Xavier joined Trey Miguel and Zachary Wentz , forming a fan favorite stable called Rascalz. And a vignette on air promoting Rascaltz’s debut on the November 15 episode of Influence! . Xavier returned to Impact, teaming with Wentz under a new name on the November 29 episode of the series. Influence! , where they beat the team of Chris Bay and Mike Sydal. [11] The trio had several vignettes of them sitting in a circle surrounded by smoke, similar to the popular segment from That ’70s Show. [12] After months of competition in the tag team division in the fall of 2018 and early 2019, the trio made their pay-per-view debut on April’s Rebellion, where they lost to Elk and the North. Around this time, Xavier shortened his ring name to Dez while Trey Miguel and Zachary Wentz shortened their ring names to Trey and Wentz respectively. At Jubilee XVII, Dez and Wentz unsuccessfully challenged the North for the World Tag Team Championship in a three-way match, also involving the Latin American Exchange (Santana and Ortiz). Dez and Trey then unsuccessfully challenged North for the World Tag Team Championship on the August 2 episode. Influence! .

      In October, Dez competed against Sami Callihan in the losing Impact Plus event Prelude to Fame. In December, Dez unsuccessfully challenged Ace Austin for the X Division Championship at the Motown Showdown. In 2020, Dez and Wentz unsuccessfully challenged the North for the World Tag Team Championship in February. Sacrificing an event. Dez and Wentz continued their success in the tag team division by defeating XXXL and the team of TJP and Fallah Bahh at the Rise Special. In issue 2 June Influence! , Dez and Wentz defeated TJP and Bahh to earn the World Tag Team Championship against The North on the June 16 episode. Influence! which they lost. On July 18, 2020, Dez and Wentz challenged any tag team for Anniversary. The reunited Motor City Machine Guns accepted the challenge and won the match.

      On November 11, it was revealed that The Rascalz would soon be leaving Impact and showing interest from WWE and All Elite Wrestling. During taping on November 17, The Rascalz were sent to the Impact locker room. The next day, Trey confirmed that he, Dez, and Wentz had indeed finished appearing in Impact Wrestling.

      Dragon Gate (2018)

      Dragon Gate announced the debut of Xavier and his indie tag partner Zachary Wentz at Open New Year’s Gate , Dragon Gate’s first show of 2018. They debuted on January 13 when Xavier and Wentz, collectively known as Scarlet and Graves, teamed with Susumu Yokosuka in a win against Genki Horiguchi, Flamit and Bandido. Lucha Underground (2018)0005 Desmond X Paul London’s victory for one of the seven ancient Aztec medallions. The series was discontinued after the season finale, Ultima Lucha Cuatro . [13]

      WWE (2020–present)

      On December 2, 2020, he signed with WWE and was assigned to the WWE Performance Center. [1] [14]

      Championships & Achievements

      • All-American Wrestling
        • AAW Tag Team Championship (1 time) — feat. Zachary Wentz
        • Pro Wrestling Guerrilla
          • The PWG World Cup (1 time, current) — with Zakhari Ventz
        • Illustrated professional wrestling 9000
          • took 382 place among the 500 best boros in single wrestlers in solitary security in 2019 [18]
        • WrestlingCircus
          • WC Sideshow Championship (1 time) [19]
        • Wrestling Revolver
        • «History of the XICW Tag Team Championship».
        • External links

          • Desmond Xavier on Twitter
          • Profile Desmonda Xavier on CageMatch.net, WrestlingData.com, database of Internet collar
          • and Profile Broup and 2011) Content of the series 1 season
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            Pilot
            Pilot

            March 6, 2011

            When convicted killer Ogest Tilman makes US Charlie Duchamp and Ray Zankenelli, they decided to use an unusual way to detect a fugitive through the formation of a special task force consisting of three previously elusive, but already captured fugitives. Convicts Lloyd Lowery, Shea Daniels and Philomena Rochliffer agree to provide assistance in exchange for reduced sentences.

          • 2

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            Collector
            Collected

            March 13, 2011

            Xavier Price escapes from prison during a protest against the death penalty outside the penitentiary. The Breakout Kings don’t miss a chance to try and track him down. It turns out that this violent criminal is a «collector» and has a history of kidnapping women, torturing them, and holding them captive in basements. Once the team learns that a woman is currently hidden somewhere, work begins to find her before Xavier can harm her. Erica Reid joins the team.

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            T-Bag
            The Bag Man

            March 20, 2011

            T-Bag, a sociopath with a prosthesis instead of an arm, makes a bloody escape. At first, the Breakout Kings assumed that this notorious criminal wanted to see the girl, once they found the remains of the shaving accessories and learned that he had stolen the woman’s ring. But the intrigue continues to grow, like his crimes after escaping from prison. The team must figure out who he wants to see and stop him before he crosses the Canadian border and finds his freedom. What is really driving this crazy man, and what will the Breakout Kings do to finally end this crazy chase once and for all?

          • 4

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            Out of the Mouths of Babes
            Out of the Mouths of Babes

            March 27, 2011

            Joe, a convicted pedophile, masquerades as one of the crew during filming. The team must not only catch him, but make sure he doesn’t commit any more crimes while on the loose. The first thing they do is head to the school where Joe worked as a counselor and where six kids accused him of molestation. They also manage to track down Joe’s ex-wife and children, whose lives were ruined when Joe received a life sentence in prison. Meanwhile, Erica is determined to see her six-year-old daughter on her birthday, and Charlie’s wife convinces him to take her on a much-needed vacation.

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            Queen of Hearts

            April 3, 2011

            . Turns out the woman was tricking the men into thinking she really cared about them so they would do what she wants and help her escape. Charlie and Ray’s special task force must catch her before she hurts more people — and make sure her 14-year-old son stays safe. Meanwhile, Lloyd’s gambling debt increases and a creepy prisoner threatens his life unless he finds a way to get the money back.

          • 6

            6

            Like Father, Like Son

            April 10, 2011

            Christian Beaumont’s government doesn’t just want to settle accounts with the organized system, but the entire system. The group must find this escaped criminal before anything else is destroyed. The stakes for the team are even higher when Beaumont sends an explosive package to Charlie Duchamp’s house. Meanwhile, Lloyd Lowery wonders who his real father is and why his mother never told the truth about him.

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            Fun with chemistry
            Fun with Chemistry

            April 17, 2011

            Modern-day Bonnie and Clyde escaped from prison and continued their series of crimes and murders. After the pair kill a cop, the «breakout kings» are on a mission to catch them before they kill anyone else — and before a dozen other law enforcement agencies catch them first. This would mean that the «breakout kings» would not receive time deductions from their deadlines. In the midst of the chaos, Julianna develops romantic feelings for one of the «kings».

          • Steak
            Steaks

            April 24, 2011

            Non -standard dimensions, and its coffin was used as a «Trojan horse» for two prisoners of the Kayuga correctional institution. One of the prisoners, out of revenge, brutally kills a prison guard, due to a disagreement with another prisoner who only wants a big salary and a life of luxury. Killing also increases the urgency of capturing prisoners. Meanwhile, Ray gives Erica, Shea, and Lloyd an incentive so that whoever proves most helpful in the cause can be proud of the delicious steak they got for dinner. 9

            One for the Money just in time to make a big leap in his career. The Breakout Kings need to figure out what he’s up to and stop him before it’s too late to track him down. Meanwhile, Shea and Erika beg Ray to let them have conjugal dates.

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            Paid in Full Since he’s been killing left and right, the Breakout Kings must try to figure out the connection between his victims, catch and shut him down before he kills anyone again.

            The common thread between all of his victims is his involvement in the tragic story of the rape of a young college student 5 years earlier, whose father was a guard in the prison he fled from.

          • 11

            11

            In the Wilderness
            Off the Beaten Path

            May 15, 2011

            A violent schizophrenic with a history of survival on the open countryside and his ritual survival skills in the open country. His prey, Debbie Myers, is a beautiful, young television presenter. After killing an orderly, he runs away with only one thing on his mind, to find Debbie by taking her to a special place in the Adirondacks and consummate his «love» through a strange and cruel ceremony, which of course ends with Debbie’s murder.

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            There Are Rules

            May 22, 2011

            A shocking scene unfolds in the prison when several armored criminals drive out of their truck with several armored vehicles. The team quickly begins hunting down the fugitives, and learn that the fugitives are on the same page as Ronald Barnes, the man who hates them all. They follow Barnes, and eventually realize that his plans to help the prisoners achieve freedom were a ploy to distract the authorities from tracking Barnes himself. Barnes will kill anyone who gets in his way, the Breakout Kings must outsmart him before it’s too late.

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            Hunting for Carmen Vega
            WHERE in the World is CARMEN VEGA

            May 30, 2011

            Carmen Vega, ruthless queen of the drug cards, performs a fierce and deadly shooting to visit the funeral of her killed son. Her plan is to put the family business in order and hand over the keys to the cartel to the heir apparent, her son Caesar. Carmen will stop at nothing, including killing members of her team and even her own family, to put Caesar on the throne.