OSS: “AI Transportables” is a Key Edge Computing Opportunity
May 20, 2021
High-performance edge computing firm One Stop Systems, Inc. is looking to accelerate growth in 2021 by tapping in to demand for edge AI. Implementing artificial intelligence at the edge is a hot industry topic, and it's the focus of a lot of technology development and investment. OSS plans to make inroads by focusing on a segment of the edge computing market that executives are calling "AI Transportables."
Edge Industry Review interviews Jim Ison, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of OSS to talk more about edge computing outside the controlled environment of a data center and the company's view of the AI transportable market.
Surviving a fast-moving battlefield situation, protecting sensitive industrial or transportation hub assets, or ensuring uninterrupted operation of critical national infrastructure, intelligent long-range surveillance is critical. OSS provides 24/7 remote long range threat detection and situational awareness coupled with human-machine control allows a fast and appropriate threat response that is fundamental to addressing these security imperatives.
Many amazing advances in technology over the last decade have transformed industries, disrupted verticals and created tremendous new market opportunities. Addressing the surge in data, companies are looking to new technologies that can provide greater storage capacity, as well as support greater data processing and management capabilities. Edge computing delivers these advantages by bringing the performance of the data center close to the source generating the data. Sophisticated hardware can bring computing performance and the power of the data center at the transportable Edge for a range of applications, including air travel, logistics, distribution, military and robotics.
Ron Javor, Product Marketing Manager at OSS highlights one of the newest products to the AI Transportables portfolio. A building block product to enable HPC at the edge. The OSS-3U-SDS provides PCIe Gen4 HPC in a rugged, compact form-factor with flexibility in scale-up or scale-out.