International Supercomputing Conference (ISC), Frankfurt, Germany – June 20, 2017 – One Stop Systems (OSS), a leading provider of high performance computing appliances for a multitude of HPC applications, today will exhibit in Europe three HPC Appliances. At International Supercomputing (ISC), OSS is exhibiting 8 NVIDIA® Tesla™ P100s in the ExpressBox 3600 (EB3600) and 16 NVIDIA® Tesla™ P100 GPUs in the High Density Compute Accelerator (HDCA).
One Stop Systems will be exhibiting at ISC17 on June 18-22, 2016. We will be showcasing our newest high performance computing appliances, GPU accelerators and flash storage arrays.
- OSS GPU appliances provide anywhere from 84 teraflops to 2.4 petaflops of single-precision performance using NVIDIA Tesla P100s in both the PCIe and SXM2 form factors
- OSS exhibits the OSS-PASCAL4 with NVLink for the first time at GTC
Escondido, CA - May 3, 2017- One Stop Systems (OSS), the leading provider of high performance computing appliances, today announces the launch of SkyScale, a new company that provides HPC as a Service (HPCaaS). For years OSS has been designing and manufacturing the latest in high performance computing and storage systems. Now customers can lease time on these same systems, saving time and money. OSS systems are the distinguishing factor for SkyScale's HPCaaS offering.
One Stop Systems exhibited at Rice University Oil and Gas for High Performance Computing on March 16th and 17th, 2017. We showcased our GPU Accelerators and Flash Storage Arrays and discussing how they can be used for Oil and Gas Applications.
About 2016 Oil and Gas HPC Workshop
We greatly enjoyed meeting everyone who attended the One Stop Systems Special Session at West 2017. At the breakfast we discussed the differences between Direct Attached vs All-in-One Flash Arrays and GPU Compute Accelerators.
One Stop Systems exhibited at West 2017 on February 21-23rd. We showcased our Rugged 4U All Flash Array, which supports 200TB of Flash Storage with each 50TB data canister weighing only 6.5lbs.
About West 2017
We greatly enjoyed meeting everyone who attended the One Stop Systems Breakfast Event at SC16. At the breakfast we discussed the differences between Direct Attached vs All-in-One Flash Arrays and GPU Compute Accelerators.