• Provides 140 Tflops of computational power using 16 NVIDIA Tesla K80 GPU accelerators
• Attaches to one to four servers over PCIe x16 Gen3 connections
• The µCUBE3 and CUBE2 support five PCIe cards and The CUBE3 supports eight PCIe Gen3 cards
• PCIe and Thunderbolt connection options are available
One Stop Systems exhibited at Flash Memory Summit on August 11-13, 2015 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Visitors saw the latest technology in Flash Storage at the OSS booth. Flash Memory is characterized by high performance with low latency and it's taken enterprise storage by storm.
Interested in our CUBE Desktop Expansion Enclosures but want to learn more? William Harmon from servethehome.com reviewed The CUBE and gives great details about how The CUBE works.
Our very own Mark Gunn delves into several high performance computing applications that are encountering the problem of slow and inefficient data processing. This article is published on insideHPC.
Vijay Anand, from Singapore HardwareZone.com stopped by the One Stop Systems booth at GTC 2015 and learned about our High Density Compute Accelerator (CA16000). In a highly informative article he discusses the what the HDCA is and how it works.
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