One Stop Systems Showcases High-Density GPU Appliances at GTC 2017

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One Stop Systems announced plans to exhibit a wide array of its high-density GPU appliances at the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose.

One Stop Systems offers a wide variety of GPU appliances with different power density solutions to support a range of customer needs,” said Steve Cooper, OSS CEO. “Customers can choose a solution that fits their rack space and budget while still ensuring they get the compute power they need for their application. OSS GPU Appliances allow for tremendous performance gains in many applications like deep learning, oil and gas exploration, financial calculations, and medical devices. As GPU technology continues to improve, OSS products are immediately able to accommodate the newest and most powerful GPUs.”

The ExpressBox 3600 (EB3600) and the High Density Compute Accelerator (HDCA) provide 168 and 299 Tflops of half-precision performance respectively using NVIDIA Tesla P100 for PCIe GPU accelerators. The GPUltima consists of eight nodes of the HDCA and provides up to 2.4 Petaflops of half-precision performance with a total of 128 NVIDIA Tesla P100 for PCIe GPU Accelerators. OSS will also exhibit the OSS-PASCAL4 for the first time. The OSS-PASCAL4 is a GPU Acclerated Server that can accommodate up to four NVIDIA P100 SXM2 GPUs and provide 84 Tflops of half-precision performance.

All of One Stop Systems GPU Appliances are available with the latest NVIDIA Tesla GPUs. Visitors to the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) this week in San Jose can view these GPU Appliances in the One Stop Systems booth #304.

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