The NVIDIA Developer Zone Mobile Developer Center provides software developers with information and sample code related to NVIDIA's Tegra processor. The Center is updated with the latest Tegra news and software development techniques. The Resources page houses many useful downloads including detailed setup guides, tools and sample code.
What is Tegra?
Tegra is NVIDIA's family of system-on-a-chip (SoC) mobile processors designed to enable high resolution and engaging experiences on tablet, clamshell, mobile phone and other mobile computing platforms. As an SoC, Tegra comprises CPU, GPU and image, video & sound processors in a highly energy efficient package that runs a variety of operating systems including Android, Linux and Windows.
Tegra Hardware & Sales Inquiries
The Mobile Developer Center is focused on supporting software developers creating applications and games for existing and up-coming Tegra powered devices.
Visitors from ODM, OEM, embedded device, automotive and other hardware companies looking to evaluate Tegra for a hardware project, please visit the Tegra Hardware & Sales Inquiries page.
Tegra Development Hardware
Tegra is available in a range of mobile computing devices from a variety of hardware manufacturers. These devices can act as development hardware and availability varies depending on geographic location. For more information on these phones and tablets please check the main NVIDIA.com website.
Starting Android Development
Android devices and the Android operating system have seen phenomenal growth and many Tegra devices use Android. Traditional console and PC developers are now looking to develop games for Android and enhance their mobile content for Tegra.
NVIDIA invests significant resources in the Android ecosystem and has assisted many developers through this website in creating next-gen mobile games and applications. To get started with your next Android project, please check NVIDIA's sample code and accompanying documentation in the Resources page and be sure to make good use of Google's Android developer site.