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Reducing the Temperature: 2-Phase Liquid Emersion Cooling

Reducing the Temperature: 2-Phase Liquid Emersion Cooling

November 29, 2022

In the real world, the goal of putting more power into less space has been thwarted by heat dissipation since the first steam engines.  In 1999 the Porsche car company was faced with getting more horsepower out of their air-cooled, 3-liter engine.  Acknowledging that heat was their issue, Porsche moved from an air-cooled solution to a water-cooled solution, in concert with a dry oil sump injection system.  This allowed Porsche to have extremely high performance for the engine size, with a nimble car that continues to have a power-to-weight ratio that still beats all comers in the market.   

 

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PCIe 5.0 will supercharge AI at the Edge if it's done right

PCIe 5.0 will supercharge AI at the Edge if it's done right

November 17, 2022

PCIe Gen 5 is a key technology for driving transportable or edge AI systems to higher performance, especially those with demanding space, environmental or cooling needs. But AI program managers should evaluate their technology suppliers’ Gen 5 implementations to ensure they fully realize the technology’s benefits. 

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Advance System Monitoring

Advance System Monitoring made easy by One Stop Systems

September 13, 2022

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.

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Poor Thermal Design Will Cripple Truck-Mounted AI for Autonomous Driving

Poor Thermal Design Will Cripple Truck-Mounted AI for Autonomous Driving

June 29, 2022

Overlooking thermal design in today’s truck-mounted advanced driver assistance systems can cripple performance, cause critical safety problems, and expose vehicle operators and vendors to liability. Technical leads for autonomous trucks should carefully review ADAS vendors’ thermal design to ensure it meets their performance, durability, and safety requirements. The self-contained ADAS generates enormous heat due to its advanced graphics processing units, which enable the real-time AI inferencing that’s essential for autonomous driving. The heat from these compute units is so high that it strains conventional air-cooling. Liquid cooling is fast becoming a requirement in this emerging automotive market.

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Utilizing low latency,  high-performance solutions to increase battlefield mobility

Utilizing low latency, high-performance solutions to increase battlefield mobility

June 16, 2022

Low latency, high-performance solutions are fielded by One Stop Systems (OSS) using the best commercial technologies available. As the mobility of the military, in an ever-increasingly complex battlefield, emerges the need to bring advanced systems to the Edge is clear. The spectacle of advanced weapons stalling a superior fighting force, as evident in Ukraine, is driving the need to build a cohesive, autonomous, and semi-autonomous strategy for the United States. Moving commercial solutions and hardware to the edge has become imperative. This shift for tactical and combat vehicles is based on a compendium of communications and mixed signals to create an asymmetrical Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution that outstrips the enemy's ability to react.

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Unleashing Data to Advance Our Defense Strategy

Unleashing Data to Advance Our Defense Strategy

April 05, 2022

When most of us think about moving data, we don’t think of an amount of data that requires a semi-truck to move it. But as applications at the edge are generating copious amounts of data, the calculus for this bottleneck has led One Stop Systems to build a family of storage solutions to address these needs with an eye for forward, harsh environments. 

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Bringing AI to the Rugged Edge

Bringing AI to the Rugged Edge

December 17, 2021

Bridging the gap between sensors and high-performance compute power is a growing challenge, especially in systems where quick, complex decisions are vital.

The concept of “the edge” in embedded systems has taken on new urgency in the federal space. The need to address the burgeoning amount of high-speed, vital data with powerful AI processing for immediate complex decision and reaction could be likened to the idea of stuffing a data center under the seat of a helicopter (if only!). “The edge” can be defined as “where it’s happening” and in government systems, that’s the field. Traditionally, the problem of linking high-speed sensors and actuators with super-powerful AI resources has been addressed with high-speed data communications. But that has serious limitations in terms of field operations where package size, speed, mobility, and reliability are paramount.

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New Supercomputer Enables Rugged, Real-Time AI at the Edge

New Supercomputer Enables Rugged, Real-Time AI at the Edge

November 16, 2021

Program managers face hard tradeoffs bringing artificial intelligence to in-the-field use cases. A new AI server from One Stop Systems shows what capabilities they should look for in portable, rugged AI deployments.

Nearly all the current generation of AI compute platforms suffer from failing to integrate and optimize high-performance computing with compact, rugged form factors. The result is that program managers too often end up trading performance for rugged design, or vice versa. One Stop Systems (OSS) has created a new supercomputer-class server that eliminates these trade-offs.

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COTS Journal Checkpoint - RTC Brief - OSS Visual Analytics

OSS Excites the Imagination with Advanced Systems in Support of Visual Analytics

July 21, 2021

The use of Visual Analytics is advancing rapidly as Artificial Intelligence is employed to build sophisticated tools and processes to review large data sets. By managing these large data sets from an array of sensors and video sources, the OSS solution can decipher threats in real-time with little or no human interaction. The data filtered by an AI engine is presented to aid the user in identifying patterns and actionable intelligence with increased accuracy and insights. The combination of employing AI and Visual Analytics into an actionable solution is at the core of solutions provided by OSS.

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COTS Journal Checkpoint - RTC Brief - Transportable AI

Transportable AI Brings High-Performance, High-Bandwidth Decision-Making to the Edge

June 30, 2021

The growing list of applications for artificial intelligence (AI) covers a wide area including such things as face recognition, image processing, natural language processing, military decision making, robotic control, natural language translation, data mining - the list goes on.

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AI Transportable Market

AI Transportable Market

June 16, 2021

Program managers are struggling to quickly deploy AI capabilities for real-time applications in the field – outside of data centers. These leaders can speed time to market by utilizing scalable commercial compute solutions from vendors with expertise in real-time, AI-ready platforms built for rugged environments.

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OSS is Bringing AI to the Edge without Compromise

OSS is Bringing AI to the Edge without Compromise

February 19, 2021

The mere mention of artificial intelligence, AI, brings forth images of large, dimly-lit rows of high performance power hungry equipment racks in a data center. At the same time, "the edge" evokes the idea of constrained embedded systems operating in harsh forward locations enduring all types of environmental conditions. All the while taking in data, processing it, and reacting in real-time. As this "edge" becomes ever more demanding and complex, it increases the need for AI levels of performance like that in the data centers but now to be available and useable on the spot and in systems that are transportable at the edge—a big challenge that has been addressed by One Stop Systems.

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