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June 2020 Newsletter

June 24, 2020

June 2020 Newsletter

Watch our ISC virtual booth tour as we showcase our line of HPC products for AI on the Fly ® applications. We feature our Gen4 4UV Expansion Chassis that supports eight of the newly released NVIDIA A100 PCIe GPUs from any server, and the new PCIe Gen 4 JBOF: The StorageBox 2000 (SB2000).
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June News & ISC Virtual Booth Tour
ISC/OSS Virtual Booth Tour (June 22-25)
 


 
ISC 2020 Digital


Join us for International SuperComputing (ISC) 2020 Digital as Jaan Mannik, Director of Commercial Sales gives a tour of our virtual booth where we will showcase our line of HPC products for AI on the Fly ® applications. OSS HPC products cover the entire AI workflow from Data Collection to Model Creation, Training and Inference by bringing the power of the data center to the edge to provide actionable intelligence.

NVIDIA A100

 

Our booth tour features our Gen4 4UV Expansion Chassis that supports eight of the newly released NVIDIA A100 PCIe GPUs from any server. For larger scale AI training we offer our CA-16000 that can expand servers with up to (16) A100 GPUs in a single 3U expansion system.

SB2000


Our booth tour also showcases the new PCIe Gen 4 JBOF: The StorageBox 2000 (SB2000). The SB2000 is the highest performance, modular and most flexible all-flash storage solution available for NVMe JBOF, FBOF, NVMe-oF, SAN and NAS solutions for demanding storage solutions.

 

One Stop Systems: AI on the Fly®: Bringing Datacenter HPC/AI Performance to the Edge to Turn Raw Data into Actionable Intelligence

Session/Event Type: Exhibitor Forum
Speaker: Jim Ison
 
Today a new computing paradigm is emerging that puts computing and storage resources for AI and HPC workflows on the edge near the data sources rather than in the datacenter. Applications are emerging for this new paradigm in diverse areas including autonomous vehicles, precision medicine, battlefield command and control, industrial automation and media and entertainment. The common elements of these solutions are high data rate acquisition, high speed low latency storage and efficient high performance compute analytics all configured to meet the unique environmental conditions of edge deployments.
 
OSS Introduces World's First PCIe Gen 4 Expansion System for NVIDIA A100 PCIe GPUs
 
Gen 4 PCIe Expansion for NVIDIA A100


One Stop Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: OSS), a leader in specialized high-performance computing, has introduced the world's first PCIe Gen 4 expansion system that fully supports NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs, which can boost computing performance up to 20X over the previous generation.

The OSS 4UV allows system developers to scale out almost any Gen 4 server by adding up to eight NVIDIA A100 GPUs. The system is ideal for boosting the performance of compute-intensive applications like AI training, AI inference, video analytics and XR rendering. For AI inference on INT4 sparse neural networks, the system can achieve peak computing operations of up to 19.9 PetaOPS.

 
 




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