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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.”

One Stop Systems rolls out Magma ExpressBox eGPU with Thunderbolt 3

Today One Stop Systems introduced the Magma ExpressBox 3T-V3-eGPU, a new external graphics card solution with Thunderbolt 3. The ExpressBox 3T-V3-eGPU can transform both computers and laptops with Thunderbolt 3 connections into powerful workstations. “We’re committed to providing mobile professionals with the latest technologies for performing AI, CAE and rendering applications,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “Our new ExpressBox 3T-V3-eGPU, like all of our Magma ExpressBox expansion products, enables professionals to remain mobile without sacrificing office workstation performance, but now takes it to a whole new level with NVIDIA technology.”

SkyScale: GPU Cloud Computing with a Difference

In this guest post, Tim Miller, president of SkyScale, covers how GPU cloud computing is on the fast track to crossing the chasm to widespread adoption for HPC applications. “Two good examples of very different markets adopting GPU computing and where cloud usage makes sense are artificial intelligence and high quality rendering.”

OSS Brings ATTO 32 Gb Fibre Channel to Ion Accelerator Flash Storage Array

Today One Stop Systems introduced an ATTO Technology 32 Gb (gigabit) Fibre Channel option for its Ion Accelerator 5.0 Flash Storage Array product line. “ATTO designs some of the best, most reliable and fastest Fibre Channel host bus adapters on the market today,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “In partnership with ATTO, we’re excited to offer Ion Accelerator customers the most advanced interconnect technology for accelerating their HPC applications.”

One Stop Systems Showcases Composable Infrastructure for GPU Workloads at ISC 2018

In this video from ISC 2018, Jaan Mannik from One Stop Systems describes the company’s HPC systems and new composable infrastructure solutions. OneStop also showcased a wide array of its high-density NVIDIA GPU-based appliances, as well as showcase a live remote connection to one of its machine learning and HPC platforms. “OSS leads the market in external systems that increase a server’s performance in HPC applications, reducing cost and impact on data center infrastructure. These technology-hungry applications include AI (artificial intelligence), deep learning, seismic exploration, financial modeling, media and entertainment, security and defense.”

Implementing PCIe Gen 4 Expansion

After a long run for PCI Express (PCIe) Gen 3, Gen 4 is fast becoming the latest de facto standard for general purpose I/O of the modern computer system. “The ability to run PCIe over cable at full performance with complete software transparency has opened up a range of new application possibilities over the past decade for CPU to I/O system re-partitioning with expansion systems uniquely situated to take advantage of the new PCIe Gen 4 bandwidth soon available on servers.”

Rack Scale Composable Infrastructure for Mixed Workload Data Centers

A more flexible, application-centric, datacenter architecture is required to meet the needs of rapidly changing HPC applications and hardware. In this guest post, Katie Rivera of One Stop Systems explores how rack-scale composable infrastructure can be utilized for mixed workload data centers. 

One Stop Systems Launches Rack Scale GPU Accelerator System

Today One Stop Systems expanded its line of rack scale NVIDIA GPU accelerator products with the introduction of GPUltima-CI. “The GPUltima-CI power-optimized rack can be configured with up to 32 dual Intel Xeon Scalable Architecture compute nodes, 64 network adapters, 48 NVIDIA Volta GPUs, and 32 NVMe drives on a 128Gb PCIe switched fabric, and can support tens of thousands of composable server configurations per rack. Using one or many racks, the OSS solution contains the necessary resources to compose any combination of GPU, NIC and storage resources as may be required in today’s mixed workload data center.”

One Stop Systems Rolls Out High Bandwidth NVMe Ion Flash Storage Array

Today One Stop Systems introduced the new 2U Ion Accelerator Flash Storage Array. The new array offers flexible capacity while maintaining the high-bandwidth and low-latency pedigree of Ion Accelerator arrays deployed in hundreds of global installations. This OSS shared flash storage array boasts the latest Ion Accelerator 5.0 software, NVMe drives, networking options and dual Intel Xeon Scalable Processors to support the most demanding applications.

One Stop Systems Plans for IPO

HPC vendor One Stop Systems has announced plans to raise $20 million in an initial public offering (IPO) on Wednesday, January 31. Founded in 1998, the company plans to issue 2,900,000 shares at a price of $6.00-$8.00 per share. “OSS designs, manufactures and markets high-end systems for high performance computing applications. We combine state-of-the art components from major technology providers to design and manufacture purpose-built systems that allow our customers to exploit Big Data opportunities faster and more efficiently.”