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One Stop Systems Releases AI Transportable Compute Server for Edge Computing

November 23, 2021

One Stop Systems Releases AI Transportable Compute Server for Edge Computing

One Stop Systems Releases AI Transportable Compute Server for Edge Computing

OSS released its flagship artificial intelligence (AI) transportable compute server, the Rigel Edge Supercomputer, according to the company this month.

With a dense form factor, the Rigel is designed for deployments in "tight spaces" at the edge, such as an equipment bay of autonomous vehicles, within mobile command centers, under seats of helicopters, or in an aircraft equipment bay.

The compact, air-cooled compute server is 25.6 inches deep and fits in one half of 4U rack space, roughly half the size of most air-cooled quad-GPU solutions.

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