One Stop Systems Exhibits Two GPU Accelerators with NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs

October 10, 2017

MUNICH, Oct. 10, 2017 — One Stop Systems (OSS), the leading provider of high performance computing accelerators for a multitude of HPC applications, today will exhibit two of the most powerful GPU accelerators for data scientists and deep learning researchers, the CA16010 and SCA8000. Both expand the performance of typical GPU-accelerated compute nodes to new limits. The CA16010 high-density compute accelerator (HDCA) platform delivers 16 PCIe NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs providing over 1.7 petaflops of Tensor Operations in a single node for maximum performance in the highest density per rack. Using the OSS GPUltima rack-level solution with 128 PCIe Tesla V100 GPUs, the CA16010 nodes combine for over 14 PetaFLOPs of compute capability using NVIDIA GPU Boost.

The SCA8000 platform packs eight powerful NVIDIA Tesla V100 SXM2 GPUs connected via NVIDIA NVLink in a single GPU expansion accelerator. Each Tesla V100 SXM2 GPU provides 300GB/s bidirectional interconnect bandwidth for the most performance-hungry, peer-to-peer applications in data centers today. With up to four PCI-SIG PCIe Cable 3.0 compliant links to the host server up to 100m away, the SCA8000 supports a flexible upgrade path for new and existing datacenters with the power of NVLink without upgrading server infrastructure.  With advanced, independent IPMI system monitoring and full featured SNMP interface not available in any other GPU accelerator with NVLink, the SCA8000 fits seamlessly into any size datacenter.

Each Tesla V100 SXM2 provides 16GB of CoWoS HBM2 Stacked Memory and a staggering 125 TeraFLOPS mixed-precision deep learning performance, 15.7 TeraFLOPS single-precision performance and 7.8 TeraFLOPS double-precision performance with NVIDIA GPU Boost technology. This performance is made possible by the 5,120 CUDA cores and 640 Tensor Cores in the Tesla V100.

Visitors to GTC Europe in Munich, Germany, can view the CA16010 and SCA8000 for Tesla V100 GPUs in One Stop Systems’ booth #E05.

“The combination of both the CA16010 for NVIDIA Tesla V100 PCIe and SCA8000 for NVIDIA Tesla V100 SXM2 with advanced IPMI, OSS continues its leadership in providing the densest and most cost-effective multi-PetaFLOP solutions using the latest GPU technologies,” said Steve Cooper, OSS CEO. “Supporting both PCIe and SXM2, the OSS compute accelerators show tremendous performance gains in many applications such as training deep neural networks, oil and gas exploration, financial simulations, and medical imaging. As GPU technology continues to improve, OSS products are immediately able to accommodate the newest and most powerful GPUs.”

“NVIDIA GPU computing is helping researchers and engineers take on some the world’s hardest challenges,” said Paresh Kharya, group product marketing manager of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA. “One Stop Systems’ customers can now tap into the power of our Volta architecture to accelerate their deep learning and high performance computing workloads.”

About One Stop Systems

Customers can order the CA16010 today for immediate delivery starting at $49,000 while orders for the SCA8000 will ship in December. Highly-trained OSS sales engineers are available to assist customers in choosing the right system for their application and requirements.

One Stop Systems designs and manufacturers computing appliances and flash storage arrays for high performance computing (HPC) applications such as deep learning, oil and gas exploration, financial trading, defense and any other applications that require the fastest and most efficient data processing. By utilizing the power of the latest GPUs, compute accelerators and flash storage technologies, our systems stay on the cutting edge of the latest technologies. Our equipment provides the utmost flexibility for every environment, from the datacenter to the warfighter with more density than other solutions. We have a reputation of innovation using the very latest technology, simulation and design equipment to operate with the highest efficiency.


Source: One Stop Systems

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