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OSS rolls out GPUltima Rugged Rack-Scale AI Solution

Today One Stop Systems announced plans to demonstrate its award winning AI on the Fly system platforms at the Sea-Air-Space 2019 conference in Maryland. The company’s AI-system platforms accelerate autonomous vehicles, record high-speed surveillance data, detect real-time threats, deploy countermeasures and sift through mountains of radio transmission data to keep the warfighter at the forefront of AI technology.

‘AI on the Fly’: Moving AI Compute and Storage to the Data Source

The impact of AI is just starting to be realized across a broad spectrum of industries. Tim Miller, Vice President Strategic Development at One Stop Systems (OSS), highlights a new approach — ‘AI on the Fly’ — where specialized high-performance accelerated computing resources for deep learning training move to the field near the data source. Moving AI computation to the data is another important step in realizing the full potential of AI.

OSS Introduces World’s First PCIe Gen 4 Backplane at GTC

Today One Stop Systems introduced the world’s first PCIe Gen 4 backplane. “Delivering the high performance required by edge applications necessitates PCIe interconnectivity traveling on the fast data highway between high-speed processors, NVMe storage and compute accelerators using GPUs or application specific FPGAs,” continued Cooper. “‘AI on the Fly’ applications naturally demand this capability, like the government mobile shelter application we announced earlier this year.”

2019: The Year of PCI Express 4.0

Computer systems are about to get a whole lot faster. This year starting at the high end of the market a transition will begin toward systems based on PCI Express 4.0. The interconnect speed will double to 64GB/sec in a 16 lane connection. Tim Miller, Vice President Strategic Development for One Stop Systems, explores the expected speed and innovation stemming from the introduction of PCI Express 4.0. 

High Performance Embedded Computing

SkyScale’s Tim Miller contends that the recent combination of One Stop Systems and Bressner create an ideal European ‘AI on the Fly’ embedded HPC partner for OEMs addressing the growing HPC at the Edge and HPC on the move markets. In this guest post, Miller explores how high performance embedded computing can address the growing HPC at the Edge and HPC on the move markets.

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

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. “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.”

One Stop Systems Steps up GPU Servers for Ai and World’s First PCIe Gen 4 Cable Adapter

In this video from SC18, Jaan Mannik from One Stop Systems describes how the company’s high performance GPU system power HPC and Ai applications. At the show, the company also introduced HIB616-x16, the world’s first PCIe Gen 4 cable adapter. “The OSS booth will also feature a partner pavilion where several OSS partners will be represented, including NVIDIA, SkyScale, Western Digital, Liqid, One Convergence, Intel and Lenovo. OSS and its partners will showcase new products, services and solutions for high-performance computing, including GPU and flash storage expansion, composable infrastructure solutions, the latest EOS server, cloud computing, and the company’s recently introduced Thunderbolt eGPU product.”

Parabricks and SkyScale Raise the Performance Bar for Genomic Analysis

“In the modern world of genomics where analysis of 10’s of thousands of genomes is required for research, the cost per genome and the number of genomes per time are critical parameters. Parabricks adaption of the GATK4 Best Practice workflows running seamlessly on SkyScale’s Accelerated Cloud provides unparalleled price and throughput efficiency to help unlock the power of the human genome.”

One Stop Systems to Acquire Bressner Technology in Europe

Today One Stop Systems announced that the company has acquired Bressner Technology GmbH, a leading specialized high-performance computing supplier in Europe. “Based in GRÖBENZELL, Germany near Munich, Bressner provides standard and customized servers, panel PCs, and PCIe expansion systems. Their primary headquarters provides manufacturing, test, sales and marketing services for customers throughout Europe and the Middle East. The company has over 700 customers throughout Europe. Its major OEM customers include Novartis, Ipsotek, Intel, Rohde & Schwarz, BMW, and others. Bressner generates revenue of approximately €14 million per year.”

One Stop Systems Introduces World’s First Gen 4 PCIe Cable Adapter

Today One Stop Systems introduced the world’s first PCIe Gen 4 cable adapter, the HIB68-x16. “OSS has consistently been the first-to-market with each generation of PCIe cable adapters and Gen 4 is no exception,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “OSS cable adapters form the core of our high-performance computing products, and this new Gen 4 adapter offers double the IO performance for our customers in the HPC, military, media and entertainment markets. They can now take advantage of the additional bandwidth available in Gen 4-equipped servers and be ready when Gen 4 IO cards hit the market.”