Vijay Anand, from Singapore HardwareZone.com stopped by the One Stop Systems booth at GTC 2015 and learned about our High Density Compute Accelerator (CA16000). In a highly informative article he discusses the what the HDCA is and how it works.
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David Morgenstern, stopped by the One Stop Systems booth at Macworld 2014 and learned about our CUBEs. In his article for ZDNet.com he discusses some of the new Thunderbolt technology at the show, including the OSS line of CUBE Expansion Enclosures
At Macworld 2014 we met with Jim Galbraith at the One Stop Systems booth and he had a chance to see our CUBEs. In his article for Macworld.com he discusses how Thunderbolt technologies, like the OSS CUBE Expansion Enclosures dominated the scene at the show.
What do you do when an application you need to use requires a specialized PCIe board and your laptop doesn’t a have a slot to accommodate it?
Geospatial Intelligence (GeoInt) applications used by the military to create real time mapping of the battlefield require high compute acceleration to provide necessary data quickly.
Slots, slots, and more slots has long been the cry of industrial and commercial users since the advent of the PC. Slots provide the ability to add specialized cards that perform application functions that the PC or Mac Workstation don’t have. In fact, the Mac Pro Workstation only provides one PCIex16 and two PCIe x4 Gen2 slots.