One Stop Systems, a provider of specialized computing solutions for mission critical edge applications, announced the release of SCA8000 compute acceleration expansion platform for use with Marvell ThunderX2 Arm based servers, in a press release.
The SCA8000 includes eight NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs interconnected with NVIDIA NVLink providing 300GB/s of peer-to-peer GPU bandwidth. The platform allows up to 64GB/s of uplink bandwidth between the GPUs and Arm based servers using up to four payment card industry (PCI) Express Gen3x16 host interconnects.
You can view a demonstration of SCA8000 at SuperComputing 2019 in Denver.
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