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September 2021 Newsletter

September 24, 2021

September 2021 Newsletter

OSS recently showcased some of our AI Transportable solutions at AI Summit in London. These solutions bring 'no compromise' datacenter performance to edge systems deployed in harsh environments. These specialized platforms include customized servers, compute accelerators, flash storage arrays and expansions systems deployed today in AI Transportation Applications.


 
September News and Events

Upcoming Trade Show

AUSA 2021
OSS will be exhibiting at The Association of the United States Army's Annual meeting (ASUA 2021) in Washington D.C. from October 11th-13th. We will be showcasing our line of rugged AI Transportable solutions for autonomous vehicles, threat detection and surveillance for the US Army. Highlights will include a new cutting-edge 1PB data recording and transport solution for large AI datasets. Come see us in Booth #4325.
 
The AUSA Annual Meeting is the largest land power exposition and professional development forum in North America. Taking place over three days, the Annual Meeting is designed to deliver the Army’s message by highlighting the capabilities of organizations and presenting a wide range of industry products and services. AUSA accomplishes this task throughout the entire event by providing informative and relevant presentations on the State-of-the-Army, panel discussions and seminars on pertinent military and national security subjects, and a variety of valuable networking events available to all that attend.


 
Recent Tradeshow
AI Summit London
AI Summit London
We recently showcased some of our AI Transportable solutions at AI Summit in London. These solutions bring 'no compromise' datacenter performance to edge systems deployed in harsh environments. These specialized platforms include customized servers, compute accelerators, flash storage arrays and expansions systems deployed today in AI Transportation Applications.
 
We showcased some of the following products:
 

Adapting Datacenter Compute Power to the Edge
Every computing and data processing industry is facing the same challenge: the size of data is growing beyond the capabilities of existing computing infrastructure. The surge in data is in turn leading to rapid growth in storage, computing infrastructure.
 
At the same time, the development of AI applications across industries has also generated demand for higher and higher compute power at the location the data is captured—the edge, in tech parlance.
 
Read more to learn how edge compute systems are being designed to handle this demand within various environments.
 


 





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