Major Media and Entertainment OEM orders $4 Million HPC Gear from One Stop Systems

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Today One Stop Systems announced a $4 million purchase order with a $1 million customer extension option from a major OEM in the media and entertainment industry.

The follow-on order, the largest ever received by OSS, is for high-performance media servers that drive large format high-definition video displays at major entertainment venues, like concerts, award shows and sporting events. They feature high-bandwidth networking and ultra-fast flash storage in a ruggedized chassis. OSS plans to begin initial shipments this month, with shipments expected to be completed during the first half of 2019.

As our largest-ever follow-on purchase order, we believe it reflects our industry leadership in application specific, ruggedized servers featuring the latest innovations in GPU compute, flash storage and input/output available today,” said OSS president and CEO, Steve Cooper. “With these products, we have raised the bar for those in media and entertainment production who demand only the best, with ultra-fast processing, networking and storage in a super-ruggedized chassis that provides the best protection in the most demanding physical environments.”

The order includes two levels of media servers. One supports the latest trend in generative content for live shows with scaling up to two simultaneous 4K or 8K HD video streams using the most powerful GPUs available. The second server supports next generation live virtual reality events and has been engineered by OSS to play video at even higher quality, smoothness and resolution. It supports up to four simultaneous 4K streams of lossless 10bit 60fps video content and can capture four 4K sources at 60fps or 16 3G-SDI sources, with faster networking and flash storage in an ultra-rugged chassis. Both can render complex graphics and high-resolution images in real-time, with content responsive to the environment.

This large order also keeps us on track for another record year in 2019,” added Cooper, “as we continue to deliver specialized, high-performance computing solutions to customers around the world.”

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