DENVER, Colo., Nov. 18 — One Stop Systems, Inc. (OSS), the leader in PCI Express (PCIe) High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions, unveils its latest appliances for the HPC market at SC13. The HDCA supports up to sixteen NVIDIA K40 GPUs or Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors. The HDCA is being shown in OSS booth #1137, PLX booth #3626, Aspen Systems booth #1707, IBM booth #2713, and Intel Channel Partner booth #2501 by Exxact Corp. IBM is also selling the HDCA through its sales channels. The FSA supports up to 32 Fusion ioScale NAND Flash boards with 100TB of Flash memory that can reach 40GB/s throughput and over 8 million IOPS. The FSA is being shown in the OSS booth #1137 and the Fusion-io booth #3709.
Both appliances are targeted for data centers operating HPC applications, providing the user with a complete appliance that solves any integration issues. The user simply connects the cables to the host servers and has thousands of compute cores or hundreds of TB of storage readily available.
“Today’s enterprises are increasingly seeking turnkey solutions to deliver breakthrough shared storage performance like the OSS FSA,” said Marius Tudor, Fusion-io Senior Director of Strategic Partners and Channels. “Fusion-io is pleased to team up with innovators like One Stop Systems to architect a powerful, compact, all-Flash shared storage platform designed with Fusion ioScale and ION Data Accelerator software.”
“One Stop Systems has consistently produced ground-breaking products in the HPC market,” says Steve Cooper. “The HDCA utilizes the latest silicon available with expert design capabilities experienced in designing PCI Express expansion products. The result is the fastest computational device on the market today and the easiest to install and use. Because we have pre-configured the system with cutting-edge coprocessors and GPUs, the time to get systems up and running is greatly minimized. This product is the dream of any data center manager.”
About One Stop Systems
One Stop Systems pioneered standards-based PCIe expansion products starting in 2005. OSS continues its pioneering tradition by producing High Performance Computing Appliances targeting advanced technologies in any market with high-performance, high-density requirements.
Source: One Stop Systems