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April 2020 Newsletter

April 22, 2020

April 2020 Newsletter

NAB 2020 in Las Vegas has been shifted to a digital online event. Check out our virtual booth and enter to win an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 GPU courtesy of PNY! Our virtual booth features a live Data Recorder Demo using the PUMA embedded PC and showcases our DS-Pro rendering solution, new Gen4 PCIe SB2000 NVMe JBOF/NBOF, Gen4 4UV GPU rendering accelerator and the Thunderbolt 3 eGPU expansion system.
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NAB Virtual Conference and Booth Tour and Raffle (April 19-22)


   
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NAB 2020 in Las Vegas has been shifted to a digital online event. Experience the OSS booth and all our featured products from the event from your own home or office.


Check out our virtual booth and enter to win an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 GPU courtesy of PNY!

Our virtual booth features a live Data Recorder Demo using the PUMA embedded PC and showcases our DS-Pro rendering solution, new Gen4 PCIe SB2000 NVMe JBOF/NBOF, Gen4 4UV GPU rendering accelerator and the Thunderbolt 3 eGPU expansion system.

Make sure to follow us and check out our DS Pro - Data Science Workstation installed with 2-NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000 GPUs.



Webinar

AI at the Edge: Bringing SuperComputing Performance to the Data
Join Us at our Upcoming Webinar on May 6, 2020 at 9:00 AM PDT

Solving hard problems in Defense, Aerospace, Autonomous Vehicles, Security, Personalized Medicine and more by leveraging massive NVIDIA enabled AI solutions and ARM processors designed for the unique size, power and rugged requirements of the edge.


Speakers:
Jim Ison, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, OSS
Ying Yin Shih, Director of Product Management, NVIDIA
Larry Wilkelius, Vice President Ecosystem and Solutions, Marvell

Article Featured on InsideHPC
Intelligent Video Analytics Pushes Demand for High Performance Computing at the Edge

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By 2020, over a billion video cameras used in commercial applications will be deployed, generating an avalanche of raw video data.


In many cases, transforming this data to actionable intelligence requires deploying artificial intelligence and high performance computing capability at the data source. These diverse applications power smart city infrastructure, public safety and security systems, and drive business intelligence insights. In smart cities, video analytics is used for traffic management, parking optimization, crowd management, and infrastructure monitoring. Public safety and security applications at private and public sites including airports, sports arenas, and shopping malls are used for perimeter intrusion and anomaly detection, threat tracking, and importantly today, in mass health monitoring to identify potential virus hot spots when coupled with infrared thermometers. 





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