One Stop Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: OSS) shares marched ahead first thing Monday. The company, a leader in rugged High Performance Compute (HPC) for Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and sensor processing at the edge, will unveil today its latest AI Transportable, a Gen 5 short-depth server (SDS), at SC23, the international conference for high performance computing being held in Denver this week.
“Powered by four PCIe NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs,” read Monday’s news release, “the OSS Gen 5 SDS addresses the growing demand for more powerful AI Transportables at the edge. By incorporating the highest-performing GPUs, networking and NVMe solid-state storage devices, it delivers double the bandwidth as compared to its Gen 4 predecessors.”
“This new OSS Gen 5 SDS server demonstrates our continued leadership in AI computing and high-speed PCIe interconnect technology,” stated OSS CEO Mike Knowles. “We anticipate this hyperconverged data center-class computing server will be highly sought after for demanding rugged edge, real-time AI applications.”
OSS AI Transportables are differentiated from traditional edge AI infrastructure by having the highest-speed data center-class processing, input/output, networking and storage technologies. OSS AI Transportables meet stringent, mil-spec requirements for shock and vibration, redundancy, operating temperature, altitude and uninterrupted power.
The new Gen 5 SDS can be used in a wide range of edge applications, for sensor fusion, signal processing and data acquisition to autonomous trucks, submarines, aircraft, and mobile data centers.
OSS shares gained five cents, or 2.5%, to $2.06.