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July 27, 2020

July Newsletter

Join us at the SIGGRAPH 2020 Virtual Conference. We will be showcasing our XR Servers and Quadro RTX6000 Workstation installed with the power of NVIDIA® RTX GPUs, GPU Rendering Accelerators, and NVMe Data Recording and Storage products.
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SIGGRAPH Virtual Conference: (Aug 24-28)

 
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Join us at the SIGGRAPH 2020 Virtual Conference. Our knowledgeable sales team will be giving a tour of our virtual booth, showcasing our featured products and answering any and all questions you may have. This exhibit will feature our XR Servers and Quadro RTX6000 Workstation installed with the power of NVIDIA® RTX GPUs, GPU Rendering Accelerators, and NVMe Data Recording and Storage products. Stay tuned for more information regarding this exciting event!
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Featured Articles

Transform Raw Data to Real Time Actionable Intelligence Using High Performance Computing at the Edge

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In this special guest feature, Tim Miller from One Stop Systems discusses the importance of transforming raw data to real time actionable intelligence using HPC at the edge. The imperative now is to move processing closer to where the data is being sourced, and apply high performance computing edge technologies so real time insights can drive business actions.


Today, companies across a wide breadth of industries are able to collect massive amounts of data. The emerging challenge is to transform this raw data to real time actionable intelligence. Historically, mining large data sets to acquire business intelligence has been the realm of centralized datacenters processing non-real time data to assist non-real time business decision making. The imperative now is to move this processing closer to where the data is being sourced, and apply high performance computing edge technologies so real time insights can drive business actions.

 
AI System Design for Rugged Military Environments
Author: Braden Cooper, OSS Product Marketing Manager
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One Stop Systems incorporates thermal and structural analysis through simulation as key design tools to meet the wide variety of environmental demands of some of the industry leaders in military HPC applications.


The increased demand for Artificial Intelligence systems in commercial and military applications requires datacenter speed at the edge. Advances in data processing through compute acceleration have led to a tug-of-war relationship between data collection and processing. While commercial applications scale data processing through cloud-based computing in datacenters, military applications cannot always utilize these facilitating environments, requiring more portable and ruggedized solutions...

 
 




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