Steve Cooper gave a presentation in the Mellanox Partner Theater at SC15. At the show, we introduced the GPUltima, which is a petaflop in a rack compute system. Here's the footage from Steve's talk. For more information about The GPUltima, click here.
Here's some footage we took at NAB2014. We showcased our High Performance Computing (HPC) Appliances. For more information about the High Density Compute Accelerator (HDCA), click here. For more information about the Flash Storage Array (FSA), click here. For more information about The CUBEs, click here.
Fusion-io ioScale flash memory coupled with four 128Gbps OSS PCIe 3.0 server links in the FSA provides the extreme performance demanded by today's mission-critical applications. Uniting these innovations creates a 100TB network attached flash array that can reach 40GB/s throughput and over 8 million IOPS. For more information about this product, click here.
OSS continues its pioneering tradition by producing High Performance Computing Appliances targeting advanced technologies in any market with high-performance, high-density requirements. OSS provides flexible platforms for high-density next generation storage, GPU accelerated computing and professional audio and video applications. For more information about this product, click here.
Mark Gunn and Steve Cooper of One Stop Systems, Inc. (OSS), the leader in PCI Express (PCIe) expansion products and custom computing solutions, introduce the latest in desktop expansion enclosures: The CUBE.
Jim Ison, VP of Sales at One Stop Systems, walks us through their monster PCIe expansion chassis that can hold up to 16 full size GPU cards. In order to do this, this product is truly an innovative design - packing this amount of processing power into only 3U worth of rack space. Watch the video for a guided tour through the product by Jim.
Tyler demonstrates how The CUBE desktop Expansion Enclosures can turn your PC into a supercomputer. He also gives a brief overview of how easy to use CUBEs are.
Mark Gunn demonstrates how to use an OSS PCIe Expansion Kit to connect a host computer to a 20 Slot Expansion Backplane.
Mark Gunn demonstrates how to use an OSS PCIe Expansion Kit to connect a host computer to a downstream 1U RAID array.