One Stop Systems Introduces the 4U Value Expansion System

August 10, 2017

ESCONDIDO, Calif., Aug. 10, 2017 — One Stop Systems, Inc. (OSS) introduces the 4U Value Expansion System (4UV). The 4UV is a flexible 18-slot rackmount expansion platform that provides thousands of expansion possibilities at a value price. The two standard configurations support up to eight GPUs or up to sixteen PCIe NVMe SSDs with almost any x86 or Power server on the market today.

The first configuration allows any server to add up to 16 PCIe NVMe add-in card (AIC) SSDs to any node by utilizing 16 PCIe 3.0 slots, two host connections and 2000W of redundant, load-sharing, hot-swap power supplies.  By using AIC NVMe SSDs in an expansion system like the 4UV, servers are not limited to only a few SSDs due to lack of available slots. AIC NVMe SSDs outperform 2.5” NVMe SSDs in throughput, available PCIe lanes and capacities. The 4UV allows any server to scale AIC SSDs into large all-flash arrays for the best performance possible. The second configuration favors high powered compute accelerators such as GPUs and FPGAs by combining ten PCIe 3.0 slots with two PCIe 3.0 host connections and 4000W of load sharing power. This configuration provides support for the highest powered, two slot wide GPUs on the market today allowing for the most TFLOPS of compute power per node. In addition, two fan choices allow for both high-capacity GPU systems or manual speed control PWM capability in the same 4UV platform.

“One Stop Systems has combined our expertise in PCIe expansion, our history of custom products and our penchant for high-density, all at a value price,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “The Value Expansion System is ideal for customers on a tight budget who need high-density PCIe expansion. Customers can utilize the 4UV for GPUs, flash or a combination of both, providing performance gains in many applications like deep learning, oil and gas exploration, financial calculations, and video rendering.”

Pricing for the 4UV’s two standard configurations starts at $7,995 and are available to order online at https://www.onestopsystems.com/flash-storage-expansion for the flash version and https://www.onestopsystems.com/gpu-expansion for the GPU version. OSS sales engineers are available to assist with pricing for custom configurations.

About One Stop Systems

One Stop Systems designs and manufactures ultra-dense high performance computing (HPC) systems for deep learning, oil and gas exploration, financial trading, media and entertainment, defense and other applications requiring the fastest and most efficient data processing. By utilizing the power of the latest GPU accelerators and flash storage cards, our systems stay on the cutting edge of the latest technologies. We have a reputation as innovators using the very latest technology and design equipment to operate with the highest efficiency. Now OSS offers these exceptional systems to customers who prefer to lease time on them instead of or in addition to purchasing them. OSS is always working to meet our customers’ greater needs. For more information, visit www.onestopsystems.com.


Source: One Stop Systems

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