Planting the Seed: From Startups to Public Companies, Businesses Along 78 Corridor Flourish

OSS is a provider of high-end scalable computer systems used by engineers, scientists, creators and other professionals who are pushing the boundaries of thier industries - A company founded in 1998 by seasoned tech executives, Steve Cooper and Mark Gunn with the mission of developing and selling specialized Industrial PC components and systems. 

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

Tim Miller of One Stop Systems 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. One Stop Systems asserts moving AI compute to the data is another important step in realizing the full potential of AI.

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Best in Show awards selected at Sea-Air-Space 2019

John McHale, Editorial Director of Military Embedded Systems, announces the winner of the Best in Show Award Contest. Contest winners - drawn from military embedded systems exhibitors at the event - are recognized for the improved performance and innovation they bring to military electronic systems applications.

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2019: The Year of PCI Express 4.0

Tim Miller of One Stop Systems explores the expected speed and innovation stemming from the introduction of PCI Express 4.0.

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Although adopting this fourth generation is a predictable path forward for mid-tier platform and appliance vendors, few have the expertise and experience to design complex systems utilizing these data rates.

High Performance Embedded Computing

Tim Miller of One Stop Systems explores how high performance embedded computing can address the growing HPC at the Edge and HPC on the move markets.

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Solving AI Hardware Challenges

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. This article is published on InsideHPC.

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