One Stop Systems Announces Merger with Magma

Escondido, California – July 15, 2016 – One Stop Systems, Inc. (OSS) today announced that it has completed a merger with Mission Technology Group, Inc. (dba Magma), with OSS as the surviving entity. Both companies are market leaders in PCIe expansion technology used to create high-end compute accelerators and flash storage arrays. Together they become a dominant technology leader of PCIe expansion appliances.

Magma Thunderbolt and PCIe Expansion Systems Validated with Matrox Video Wall and AV-over- IP Solutions

Matrox® Graphics Inc. today announced that Magma Thunderbolt® and PCIe® expansion systems have been tested for reliability and functionality with the complete range of Matrox PCIe-based video wall and AV-over- IP product lines. The new collaboration facilitates rapid deployment of high- performance, high-density encoding and decoding mobile command centers for OEMs and system integrators.

The CUBE Desktop Expansion Enclosure is the Ideal Laptop Companion for On-location Computing

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? Expansion enclosures provide needed slots and connect easily to either your PC or your OC or Workstation.  While several desktop expansion enclosures have been introduced in the last couple of years, no other has offered the breadth of options as ‘The CUBE’ family of expansion enclosures.

Desktop Expansion Reaches the Consumer Market

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. Laptops offer even a greater challenge if you want to add application boards because they don’t provide any extra slots.

PCIe Outside the Box

Now that PCI Express has achieved nearly 100% acceptance in desktop and laptop PCs, designers are looking to leverage the technology into other form factors and applications.  Over 60 form factors have now been defined using PCIe as the backplane bus architecture.