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June 2018 Newsletter

June 28, 2018

June 2018 Newsletter

One Stop Systems introduced the New 2U Ion Accelerator™ Flash Storage Array at the recent West 2018 Conference in San Diego this past month. OSS is scheduled to exhibit at Rice University Oil and Gas for the High Performance Computing Conference this month along with NVIDIA's GPU Tech Conference, showcasing our GPU Accelerators. Read More about this month's upcoming events and the new array.

Open House Event in Hazlet, NJ at 1SourceVideo with Blackmagic Design June 2019 featuring Magma products by One Stop Systems (OSS). Tips and tricks from product creators, food, and industry defining key production and broadcast lines. Read More about this event here.

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