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SkyScale HPC Cloud steps up with Volta GPUs

Last week at SC17, SkyScale announced its partnership with Rescale, the foremost cloud simulation and HPC solution provider, and availability of NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPU accelerators on its GPU as a Service cloud platform. Enhancing SkyScale’s dedicated, cloud-based ultra-fast multi-GPU platforms for deep learning and HPC applications, the Tesla V100 offers the performance of 100 CPUs in a single GPU—enabling data scientists, researchers, and engineers to tackle the most difficult deep learning and HPC challenges.

Japanese HPC Cloud Startup XTREME Design Raises $2.75M

Today Japanese HPC Cloud Startup XTREME Design announced the completion of a $2.75M financing agreement in Series-A round funding led by World Innovation Lab (WiL). “XTREME Design provides access to supercomputing resources for companies that didn’t previously have it, and has tremendous growth potential right now within High Performance Technical Computing and beyond.”

Composable Infrastructure: Composing Greater HPC Breakthroughs

Composable infrastructure allows any number of CPU nodes to dynamically map the optimum number of GPU and NVMe storage resources to each node required to complete a specific task.  In this sponsored post, Katie Rivera of One Stop Systems, explores the power of GPUs and the potential benefits of composable infrastructure for HPC. 

OSS Showcases New HDCA Platforms with Volta GPUs at GTC Europe

At GTC Europe this week, One Stop Systems (OSS) will exhibit two of the most powerful GPU accelerators for data scientists and deep learning researchers, the CA16010 and SCA8000. NVIDIA GPU computing is helping researchers and engineers take on some the world’s hardest challenges,” said Paresh Kharya, group product marketing manager of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA. “One Stop Systems’ customers can now tap into the power of our Volta architecture to accelerate their deep learning and high performance computing workloads.”

Solving AI Hardware Challenges

For many deep learning startups out there, buying AI hardware and a large quantity of powerful GPUs is not feasible. So many of these startup companies are turning to cloud GPU computing to crunch their data and run their algorithms. Katie Rivera, of One Stop Systems, explores some of the AI hardware challenges that can arise, as well as the new tools designed to tackle these issues. 

One Stop Systems on Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies

Today One Stop Systems announced that the company ranks in the top half of the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest Growing Private Companies. This is the 7th time OSS has been on the Inc. 5000 list. Of the tens of thousands of companies that have applied to the Inc. 5000 over the years, only a fraction have made the list more than once. A mere two percent have made the list seven times. “We’re proud to be part of the small fraction of companies that have made the Inc. 5000 list seven times,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “One Stop Systems continues to provide leading edge technology products to the high performance computing market, propelling its growth.”

One Stop Systems Rolls Out 4U Value Expansion System

“The Value Expansion System is ideal for customers on a tight budget who need high-density PCIe expansion. Customers can utilize the 4UV for GPUs, flash or a combination of both, providing performance gains in many applications like deep learning, oil and gas exploration, financial calculations, and video rendering.”

Building a True Data Solution

Many of the biggest challenges in current data center deployments involve moving and protecting the massive amount of data that is used by today’s leading companies. In this sponsored post from One Stop Systems, Inc., Tom Matson, Director of Software Solutions Sales at SanDisk, explains how a successful data solution is built. “With flash migrating from PCIe to NVMe, OSS continues to offer a “one-stop” hardware and software solution for high-performance AFA storage that combines their industry-leading systems with the latest version of high-performance ION software.”

One Stop Systems Named One of San Diego’s Fastest Growing Companies

Not all HPC vendors are experiencing a slump. In fact, One Stop Systems was recently named one of San Diego’s 100 fastest growing privately-held companies by the San Diego Business Journal. “One Stop Systems continues to provide leading edge technology products to the high performance computing (HPC) market, propelling its growth,” says Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “Along with quality systems and responsive sales, OSS has consistently placed among the nations’ leading growth companies. In the past few years, OSS has introduced several new products that bring unparalleled performance and density to the market. We’ve also expanded into the cloud computing business by allowing customers to lease time on our HPC appliances.”

One Stop Systems Showcases GPU and Flash Appliances at ISC

This week in Frankfurt, One Stop Systems showcased all-new HPC Appliances at ISC 2017. “One Stop Systems offers a wide variety of GPU and Flash appliances to support a range of customer needs,” Said Steve Cooper, CEO of One Stop Systems. “As GPU and flash technology continue to improve, OSS products are immediately able to accommodate the newest and most powerful GPUs and the highest capacity flash cards. Now we’re offering customers the opportunity to lease time on our HPC appliances through SkyScale. SkyScale utilizes OSS GPU appliances to build, configure, and manage dedicated systems strategically located in maximum-security facilities, allowing customers to focus on results while minimizing capital equipment investment.”