May Newsletter

In this newsletter, we do a recap of our exhibit at NAB, including a video interview with our sales person Jaan about the HDCA. We also do a recap of our exhibit at HPC Wall Street for Linux in New York. We hint at what's to come at International Supercomputing in Germany in July.

 

National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB Show 2014)

One Stop Systems exhibited at NAB on April 7-10, 2014. We showcased our high performance computing products, such as our High Density Compute Accelerator (HDCA) which can accomodate up to 16 NVIDIA Tesla GPUs. We also showed our Flash Storage Array which can hold up to 32 Fusion-io cards, and we also exhibited our CUBE Desktop Enclosures. We look forward to exhibiting at the show in 2015. Check back next year for more details.

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HPC for Wall Street 2014

One Stop Systems exhibited at HPC on April 7, 2014. We showcased our high performance computing products, such as our High Density Compute Accelerator (HDCA) which can accomodate up to 16 NVIDIA Tesla GPUs. We look forward to exhibiting at the show in 2015. Check back next year for more details.

New Thunderbolt Adapters, Drives on Display at Macworld Expo

David Morgenstern, stopped by the One Stop Systems booth at Macworld 2014 and learned about our CUBEs. In his article for ZDNet.com he discusses some of the new Thunderbolt technology at the show, including the OSS line of CUBE Expansion Enclosures

To read the article, click here.

Expo Notes: Thunderbolt Takes Over

At Macworld 2014 we met with Jim Galbraith at the One Stop Systems booth and he had a chance to see our CUBEs. In his article for Macworld.com he discusses how Thunderbolt technologies, like the OSS CUBE Expansion Enclosures dominated the scene at the show.

To read the article, click here.

Macworld/iWorld 2014

One Stop Systems exhibited at Macworld/iWorld on March 27-29, 2014. We showcased our CUBE Desktop Expansion Enclosures. The CUBE expansion enclosure has proven to be a popular choice for Mac and PC users alike who need to add expansion to their PC or Workstation. 

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