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OSS PCI Express 4.0 Expansion System does AI on the Fly with Eight GPUs

Today One Stop Systems (OSS) announced the availability of a new OSS PCIe 4.0 value expansion system incorporating up to eight of the latest NVIDIA V100S Tensor Core GPU. As the newest member of the company’s AI on the Fly product portfolio, the system delivers data center capabilities to HPC and AI edge deployments in the field or for mobile applications. “The 4U value expansion system adds massive compute capability to any Gen 3 or Gen 4 server via two OSS PCIe x16 Gen 4 links. The links can support an unprecedented 512 Gpbs of aggregated bandwidth to the GPU complex.”

Full Roundup: SC19 Booth Tour Videos from insideHPC

Now that SC19 is behind us, it’s time to gather our booth tour videos in one place. Throughout the course of the show, insideHPC talked to dozens of HPC innovators showcasing the very latest in hardware, software, and cooling technologies.

One Stop Systems does AI on the Fly at SC19

In this video from SC19, Jaan Mannik from One Stop Systems describes how the company delivers AI on the Fly. “With AI on the Fly, OSS puts computing and storage resources for the entire AI workflow, not in the datacenter, but on the edge near the sources of data. Applications are emerging for this new AI paradigm in diverse areas including autonomous vehicles, predictive personalized medicine, battlefield command and control, and industrial automation.”

OSS Steps Up with AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processor for ‘AI on the Fly’

One Stop Systems just unveiled its comprehensive portfolio of PCIe Gen 4 expansion building blocks supporting servers based on the new AMD EPYC 7002 processor. “We are pleased to work with AMD to lead the market transition to PCIe Gen 4 by delivering flexible and scalable expansion platforms complementary to AMD EPYC 7002 based servers.”

OSS Awarded $36 Million Contract to Provide Flash Storage Arrays for Military Radar Application

Today One Stop Systems announced a five-year sole source agreement valued at $36 million to provide flash storage arrays to a prime contractor for the U.S. Navy. The systems will be used within state-of-the-art Navy surveillance aircraft deployed worldwide. “Under the agreement, OSS will supply full mil-spec flash storage systems that include removable canisters, allowing collected data to be removed from the aircraft and transferred to ground stations. The systems store real-time data collected from advanced airborne sensors (AAS), including radar and other sensors. The contract includes airborne and ground systems, spare canisters and support services.”

High Speed Data Capture for AI on the Fly Edge Applications

In many AI applications, transporting large amounts of data back to a remote datacenter is impractical and undesirable. With AI on the Fly, the entire AI workflow resides at the edge at the data source. One Stop Systems’s Tim Miller explores how high performance scalable data acquisition is a fundamental and enabling component of this emerging new paradigm. 

One Stop Systems Showcases ‘AI on the Fly’ at ISC 2019

In this video from ISC 2019, Jan Mannik from One Stop Systems describes how the company delivers “AI on the Fly.” “The next killer application for High Performance Computing technology with the range and skill set required to deliver effective solutions that not many technology vendors acquire. The demand for these solutions is expanding rapidly with the ever increasing utility of artificial intelligence applications across a wide set of industries.”

Developing Next Generation Autonomous Vehicles using ‘AI on the Fly’

The quest to remove humans from behind the wheel with truly autonomous vehicles will drive billions of dollars in investment by car manufacturers and transportation service providers to develop and acquire the required technology. In this sponsored post from One Stop Systems, Tim Miller, Vice President of Strategic Development, explores how autonomous vehicles will change the transportation landscape, and the role AI has in this shift. 

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.