One Stop Systems, Inc. has introduced GPUltima Rugged Rack-Scale AI solution and will demonstrate its award winning AI on the Fly™ system platforms at the Navy League’s Global Maritime Exposition, Sea-Air-Space 2019 (SAS), the largest maritime exposition in the U.S., being held this week at Gaylord National Convention Center.
The company’s AI-system platforms accelerate autonomous vehicles, record high-speed surveillance data, detect real-time threats, deploy countermeasures and sift through mountains of radio transmission data to keep the warfighter at the forefront of AI technology.
OSS’ new GPUltima Rugged Rack-Scale AI solution is a rugged, modular, rack-level system housed in mobile shelters. The product performs RF spectrum signal analysis for a government intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance (ISR) application with sustained simultaneous ingest, processing and storage up to 24GB/s. The full system rack utilizes a single dual processor server node to run up to 16 leading-edge FPGA signal acquisition cards 400TB of solid-state NVMe storage, 14.3 petaflops of GPU compute acceleration and an archival storage system.
AI on the Fly solutions are different than traditional datacenter-centric AI infrastructures, as they deploy the latest highest-speed commercial processing, input/output, networking and storage technologies in harsh and rugged environments. The solutions meet unique criteria for shock and vibration, redundancy, large operating temperature, altitude ranges and uninterrupted power sources.
“OSS has unique expertise in high speed PCIe interconnect, scalable GPU compute systems and Ion Accelerator NVMe storage systems, as well as an extensive history of supplying ruggedized systems to the demanding military and aerospace industries,” said Steve Cooper, CEO of OSS. “Our AI on the Fly solutions range from embedded deployments based on the Bressner suite of Box PCs and custom CDI FPGA network interfaces, to high-end deployments using multi-rack systems made up of ingest, compute, storage and accelerator building blocks.”
One Stop Systems, Inc.