In this newsletter, we announce a few of our new products. The picoCUBe, our smallest CUBE yet can support one PCIe x8 3.0 half-height, half-length expansion card up to 6.5” long. One of our other new products is the PCIe cable adapter with MXC connectors. Both of these products and many others will be showcased at SC14 later this month.
In this newsletter, we discuss the redesign of our CUBEs, both structurally and aesthetically. The new CUBEs are available on onestopsystems.com. We also discuss some of our new products that we will be debuting at SC14. Some of the products are still top secret so we can’t talk about them yet, but make sure to stop by our booth (754) to see what cool new products we’re bringing to the HPC market.
In this newsletter, we do a recap of RTECC San Diego. We exhibit as a few different RTECC Shows around the country every year. To find out which show we'll be at next year, check our events after the new year to find out. At RTECC, we showcased our PCIe over cable solutions, like as our 2U expansion enclosure, which can accommodate up to four NVIDIA Tesla GPUs.
In this newsletter, we discuss the certification of Thunderbolt2. The CUBE Expansion enclosures now have an option card that allows Apple/Mac users to connect standard PCIe I/O cards enclosed in a certified Chassis to their Mac Pro or Apple laptops. We also discuss the NVIDIA Premier Services that are now offered by OSS. Reduce downtime and increase the productivity of your CUDA accelerated systems.
In this newsletter, we discuss increased capacity of our Flash Storage Array. Fusion-io released the Atomic Series of Flash memory and now the FSA has twice the capacity. We also discuss One Stop Systems joining the NVIDIA TPP program as an Special OEM. Our HDCA can accommodate 16 NVIDIA Tesla GPUs! We'll be working closely with NVIDIA to help customers in the High Performance Computing market.