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October 2019 Newsletter

October 31, 2019

October 2019 Newsletter

OSS will be showing at GTC DC in Washington, D.C. this month. We will showcase our GPU Accelerators (3UZ and SCA8000). Our 3U SXM2 Compute Accelerator or SCA8000 supports a flexible upgrade path for new and existing datacenters with the power of NVLink without upgrading server infrastructure and fits seamlessly into any size datacenter. Read More about this amazing product here.

Read Tim Miller's article High Speed Data Capture for AI on the Fly Edge Applications - Read the Full Article here.

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