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February 2020 Newsletter

February 27, 2020

February 2020 Newsletter

**UPDATE - Mar 2,2020: GTC San Jose has shifted GTC 2020 to an online event due to the growing concern over the coronavirus - STAY TUNED for our virtual booth tour!

OSS will be exhibiting at GTC in San Jose, CA, March 22-26. We will showcase our HDCA with up to 16 NVIDIA® V100S GPUs, the PCIe Gen 4 Value Chassis with up to 8 NVIDIA V100S GPUs, 3US with up to 32 NVIDIA T4 GPUs and our SCA8000 with Marvell® ThunderX2™ Arm® based servers.

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Embedded World - Nuremberg, Germany (Feb 25-27)

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This show kicked off yesterday, but will be going for one more day! Come see us in the Bressner booth #1/1-341 as we showcase the building blocks ideal for embedded solutions required for the growing demand of AI and HPC in mobile platforms. Bressner will be showcasing the following products: OSS 4U Value 16-Slot Expansion System, DIGI-Transport WR64, SHARK A.I. 10-GPU Server, Scorpion 10x tablet and the PUMA-V6000 for intense graphics. Make sure to stop by and see all these amazing products!

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GTC - Silicon Valley, CA (Mar 22-26)

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Get ready for GTC San Jose! Come see us at Booth #1601 this March at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center. OSS will be demonstrating specialized high performance edge product for applications such as autonomous vehicles including rugged, small form factor products that can fit into the small space of a vehicle's trunk.

By leveraging the latest generation of PCI Express, OSS HPC edge products enable AI on the Fly® systems that capture and move data from the autonomous vehicles sensors and cameras to high speed large capacity storage and powerful GPU compute engines.

Make sure to stop by and check out our HDCA with up to 16 NVIDIA® V100S GPUs, the PCIe Gen 4 Value Chassis with up to 8 NVIDIA V100S GPUs, 3US with up to 32 NVIDIA T4 GPUs and our SCA8000 with Marvell® ThunderX2™ Arm® based servers, shown at last year's SC19.

The SCA8000 includes eight NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs interconnected with NVIDIA NVLink providing 300GB/s of peer-to-peer GPU bandwidth. The SCA8000 enables up to 64GB/s of bandwidth between the GPUs and Arm based serves using up to four PCI Express Gen3 x16 host interconnects. The OSS expansion platform with NVIDIA GPU's NVLink and NVIDIA's CUDA-accelerated software provides the HPC community as easy to deploy Arm-based GPU-accelerated solution. The resulting solution allows unparalleled scalability of multi-GPU compute performance with Arm power optimized, high-performance host processing ideal for AI on the Fly® edge applications.


 





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