September 2022 Newsletter

September 20, 2022

September 2022 Newsletter

Join a private GTC Session watch party as OSS's guest for a GTC session covering an in depth discussion of NVIDIA's upcoming Grace CPU and its applications. OSS will be incorporating this exciting technology in its AI Transportable product line beginning next year.

September News

Upcoming Event and Tradeshow

Private GTC 2022 Watch Party - ONLINE (Sept 26th, 2022)

Join a private GTC Session watch party as OSS's guest for a GTC session covering an in depth discussion of NVIDIA's upcoming Grace CPU and its applications. OSS will be incorporating this exciting technology in its AI Transportable product line beginning next year.

The Grace SoC, NVIDIA’s first CPU SoC, built using up to 72 Next-Generation Arm v9 cores, LPDDR5x memory and server-grade RAS. The NVIDIA’s high-speed NVLINK-C2C unlocks the ability to build both the Grace CPU Superchip, and the Grace Hopper Superchip. The Grace CPU Superchip includes up to 144 ARM v9 cores, and doubles memory and IO capabilities of Grace as a single coherent SMP compute node. The Grace Hopper Superchip pairs NVIDIA Grace CPU with NVIDIA Hopper GPU and unlocks a coherent programming model between the two. This talk will detail the CPU number of cores, the memory subsystem, NVLINK-C2C link, and IO capabilities as well as the coherent programming mode and software. Both Grace CPU Superchip and the Grace Hopper Superchip are expected to be available in the first half of 2023. 

WPP41129b - Private Watch Party : Inside Grace
Date: Monday, September 26th
2pm ET / 1pm CT / 12pm MT / 11am PT


  • Filippo Spiga, Alliance Manager Arm HPC Ecosystem – NVIDIA
  • Jonathon Evans, Distinguished Engineer – NVIDIA
  • Giri Chukkapalli, Distinguished Engineer – NVIDIA
  • Ian Finder, Product Manager for Grace CPU platform – NVIDIA
  • John Linford, Technical Product Manager for Grace CPU SW – NVIDIA


  • Replay of Inside Grace GTC talk by Jonathon Evans
  • We will take questions from customers and discuss our CPU direction
  • Q&A from NVIDIA experts on NVIDIA Grace ARM CPU and Software

How to Register

  • Click here to Register
  • Click here to RSVP for watch party (You must RSVP yes to gain access as this is a private invitation only watch party)
  • The watch party will appear in your schedule where you’ll be able to access the “Join Now Button” 15 minutes before the watch party starts.

AUSA Meeting & Exposition - Washington, DC (Oct 10-12th 2022)

Make sure to see One Stop System's line of rugged AI Transportable solutions for autonomous vehicles, threat detection and surveillance for the US Army. We'll have our new cutting-edge artificial intelligence products on display in Booth 1361 at AUSA 2022 in Washington D.C.

About AUSA

The Association of the United States Army’s 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.

Complex solutions and the need to monitor them. Edge Computing provides the opportunity to move highly complex, multifunctional solutions to the edge in support of the DoD advance compute initiatives. The connected battlefield requires solutions that are not only able to perform but are also capable of meeting the varied environments of the modern-day field of deployment. This daunting task challenges the best system designers to build a solution that is measured in the extreme. Read the Full COTS Journal CheckPoint


Recent Blog Posts

Out-of-Band Management for Compute Systems on the Edge
Out-of-Band (OOB) system management is a staple of the modern datacenter. The tools used by administrators have matured over the last 20 years to provide a variety of mission critical features for managing, monitoring, configuring, and updating computer systems... More
When will Automobiles be Fully Autonomous on the Road
The idea and dream of a fully autonomous car is almost 100 years old. It was first formulated in the US magazine Scientific American. The reason for this was presumably the "American Wonder", a remote-controlled car... More

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