OSS, Marvell and NVIDIA Demonstrate Ideal Solution for AI on the Fly® Applications at SuperComputing 2019
Escondido, CA and Denver, CO., November 19, 2019 – One Stop Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: OSS), the leading provider of specialized high performance computing solutions for mission critical edge applications, announced availability of its new SCA8000 compute acceleration expansion platform for use with Marvell® ThunderX2® Arm® based servers.
The SCA8000 includes eight NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs interconnected with NVIDIA NVLink providing 300GB/s of peer-to-peer GPU bandwidth. The SCA8000 enables up to 64GB/s of uplink bandwidth between the GPUs and Arm based servers using up to four PCI Express Gen3 x16 host interconnects.
In July, NVIDIA announced it was making available to the Arm ecosystem its full stack of AI and HPC software that accelerates more than 600 HPC applications and all AI frameworks. The stack includes all NVIDIA CUDA-X AI and HPC libraries, GPU-accelerated AI frameworks and software development tools. The SCA8000 is the industry’s only NVIDIA NVLink based solution available that leverages this NVIDIA CUDA support for the Arm processor architecture.
The resulting solution allows unparalleled scalability of multi-GPU compute performance with power optimized, high-performance host processing ideal for AI on the Fly® edge applications. AI on the Fly edge appliances based on OSS technology bring datacenter AI capabilities to edge applications in military, aerospace, medical and autonomous driving. OSS’ flexible solutions provide the high bandwidth and low latency data transport needed to dramatically scale AI performance at the edge.
“Driven by AMD’s history of innovation, including 7nm process technology, first x86 supplier to support PCIe Gen 4, and embedded security protection, the AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors set a new standard for performance,” said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, Datacenter Solutions Group, AMD. “Together, these innovations deliver the breakthrough performance customers need.”
The SCA8000 is a 3U 8-way SXM2 expansion chassis designed to be installed in a standard 19 inch rack. It supports eight passively cooled SXM2 V100 GPU modules and has an additional 4 PCIe x16 slots to support options, such as 100/200Gb Ethernet, Infiniband or other IO and data acquisition cards. It can connect to an Arm based host server with up to four PCI-SIG PCIe Cable 3.0 compliant links at a distance of up to 100m.
“This new compute acceleration expansion platform demonstrates how OSS continues to be the leader in delivering the latest in high performance technology for mission critical applications,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “We have worked closely with NVIDIA and Marvell to develop this industry-first Arm solution with NVIDIA NVLink capabilities, leading the market in enabling Arm and CUDA solutions and supporting our AI on the Fly initiatives.”
“Paresh Kharya, director of product management of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA, commented: “NVIDIA is working with the Arm ecosystem to provide the high-performance computing industry a new path to build extremely energy-efficient, AI-enabled supercomputers. The OSS expansion platform accelerated by NVIDIA GPUs with NVLink and NVIDIA’s CUDA-accelerated software provides the HPC community an easy to deploy Arm-based GPU-accelerated solution.”
Gopal Hedge, vice president and general manager of Server Processor Business Unit of Marvell Semiconductor, said: “Our collaboration with NVIDIA and OSS marks continued advancement of the ecosystem for ThunderX2, the most widely supported Arm-based server processor. ThunderX2 with NVIDIA GPUs and OSS’s NVLink based platform showcases exciting new capabilities to meet the requirements for performance and scale of AI applications.”
The Supercomputing 2019 demonstration includes a 2U server reference platform with two 32-core Arm-based Marvell ThunderX2 processors running at up to 2.5GHz in Turbo mode and supporting up to 4TB of system memory. The ThunderX2 processors provide industry-leading performance per power and memory bandwidth and high core count with hyper-threading. The server is connected to the SCA8000 populated with eight NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs interconnected with NVIDIA NVLink. ThunderX2 based servers are available from OEMs such as HPE, Bull-Atos, Cray, and GigaByte.
Visitors to SuperComputing 2019 in Denver can view the demonstration in the OSS booth #1935, Marvell booth #349 and NVIDIA booth #901. Customers can order SCA8000 solutions from OSS’ highly-trained sales engineers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About One Stop Systems
One Stop Systems, Inc. (OSS) designs and manufactures innovative specialized ultra-high-performance computing building blocks and platforms for OEMs that provide edge systems to scientists, engineers, creators and other professionals for their mission critical applications. These specialized platforms include customized servers, compute accelerators, flash storage arrays, expansion systems and storage software. The products are used for deep learning, AI, defense, finance and entertainment applications.
OSS utilizes the power of PCI Express, the latest GPU accelerators and NVMe flash cards to build award-winning systems, including many industry firsts, for OEMs and government customers. The company enables AI on the Fly™ by bringing AI datacenter performance to ‘the edge’ and on mobile platforms, and by addressing the entire AI workflow, from high speed data acquisition to deep learning, training and inference. OSS products are available directly or through global distributors. For more information, go to www.onestopsystems.com.
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