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December 2021 Newsletter

December 22, 2021

December 2021 Newsletter

Program managers face hard tradeoffs bringing artificial intelligence to the in-the-field use cases. A new AI server from One Stop Systems shows what capabilities they should look for in portable AI deployments. Nearly all the current generation of AI compute platforms suffer from failing to integrate and optimize high-performance computing with compact, rugged form factors. The result that program managers too often end up trading performance for rugged design, or vice versa. One Stop Systems (OSS) has created a new supercomputer-class server that eliminates these trade-offs.
 


 
December News
We unveiled our new flagship AI Transportable product at SC21 in St. Louis, MO - the Rigel Edge Supercomputer. This supercomputer brings the power of NVIDIA's HGX™ A100 4-GPU platform to the rugged edge.


New Supercomputer Enables Rugged, Real-Time AI at the Edge
Program managers face hard tradeoffs bringing artificial intelligence to the in-the-field use cases. A new AI server from One Stop Systems shows what capabilities they should look for in portable AI deployments. Nearly all the current generation of AI compute platforms suffer from failing to integrate and optimize high-performance computing with compact, rugged form factors. The result that program managers too often end up trading performance for rugged design, or vice versa. One Stop Systems (OSS) has created a new supercomputer-class server that eliminates these trade-offs.
 

AI on the Fly
Watch this recap video from SC21 to learn more about OSS AI on the Fly® products using NVIDIA technology in both commercial and government applications.



SC21
At SC21 this year, we showcased various products along with some of our partners such as LIQID, Intel, PNY, Netlist, TSecond, Trilogic Systems, Qos SERVER, and NVIDIA. Some of our featured products included our line of rugged servers, compute accelerators, expansion systems, flash storage arrays, Ion Accelerator® storage software and more.


COTS Journal Checkpoint The concept of "the edge" in embedded systems has taken on new urgency in the federal space. The need to address the burgeoning amount of high-speed, vital data with powerful AI processing for immediate complex decision and reaction could be likened to the idea of stuffing a data center under the seat of a helicopter (in only!). "The edge" can be defined as "where it's happening" and in government systems, that's the field. Traditionally, the problem of linking high-speed sensors and actuators with super-powerful AI resources has been addressed with high-speed data communications. But that has serious limitations in terms of field operations where package size, speed, mobility, and reliability are paramount.


 





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