One Stop Systems Now Offering AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processor based Systems to Customers for ‘AI on the Fly’ Edge Appliances

ESCONDIDO, Calif. and SANTA CLARA, Calif., August 7, 2019 – One Stop Sys­tems, Inc. (Nasdaq: OSS),the lea­ding pro­vi­der of spe­cia­li­zed high per­for­mance com­pu­ting solu­ti­ons for mis­si­on cri­ti­cal edge app­li­ca­ti­ons, today unvei­led its com­pre­hen­si­ve port­fo­lio of PCIe Gen 4 expan­si­on buil­ding blocks sup­por­ting ser­vers based on AMD’s new­ly released EPYC™ 7002 Genera­ti­on Pro­ces­sor.

AMD EPYC 7002 Seri­es Pro­ces­sors power the most deman­ding workloads with bre­akthrough CPU per­for­mance. Its intro­duc­tion heralds the mar­ket tran­si­ti­on to PCIe Gen 4 sys­tem inter­con­nect, doub­ling the per­for­mance over PCIe Gen 3‑based sys­tems.

OSS PCIe Gen 4 expan­si­on plat­forms, in com­bi­na­ti­on with the­se ser­vers, allow unpar­al­leled sca­la­bi­li­ty for mul­ti-GPU com­pu­te engi­nes, NVMe-based data acqui­si­ti­on and high-speed sto­rage subsystems—all inte­gral ele­ments of AI on the Fly™ edge app­li­an­ces. OSS AI on the Fly edge app­li­an­ces bring dat­a­cen­ter AI capa­bi­li­ties to the edge for auto­no­mous vehi­cle, mili­ta­ry, aero­space, medi­cal, media and enter­tain­ment app­li­ca­ti­ons.

Given the high num­ber of avail­ab­le PCIe Gen 4 lanes pro­vi­ded by the EPYC 7002 Genera­ti­on Pro­ces­sor AI on the Fly app­li­an­ces can be sca­led using mul­ti­ple OSS expan­si­on chas­sis, and com­bi­ne PCIe Gen 4 data acqui­si­ti­on, data sto­rage and data pro­ces­sing ele­ments. The­se fle­xi­ble solu­ti­ons pro­vi­de the high band­width and low laten­cy data trans­port nee­ded to dra­ma­ti­cal­ly sca­le AI per­for­mance at the edge, which is cri­ti­cal to deman­ding app­li­ca­ti­ons like auto­no­mous vehi­cles and per­so­na­li­zed medi­ci­ne.

Dri­ven by AMD’s histo­ry of inno­va­ti­on, inclu­ding 7nm pro­cess tech­no­lo­gy, first x86 sup­plier to sup­port PCIe Gen 4, and embed­ded secu­ri­ty pro­tec­tion, the AMD EPYC 7002 Seri­es Pro­ces­sors set a new stan­dard for per­for­mance,” said Scott Aylor, cor­po­ra­te vice pre­si­dent and gene­ral mana­ger, Dat­a­cen­ter Solu­ti­ons Group, AMD. “Tog­e­ther, the­se inno­va­tions deli­ver the bre­akthrough per­for­mance cus­to­mers need.”

Ste­ve Coo­per, CEO of OSS, com­men­ted: “OSS has always been com­mit­ted to pro­vi­ding our cus­to­mers with access to the latest high per­for­mance tech­no­lo­gy they need to address their mis­si­on cri­ti­cal app­li­ca­ti­ons. We are plea­sed to work with AMD to lead the mar­ket tran­si­ti­on to PCIe Gen 4 by deli­vering fle­xi­ble and scala­b­le expan­si­on plat­forms com­ple­men­ta­ry to AMD EPYC 7002 based ser­vers.”

Visi­tors to Flash Memo­ry Sum­mit can view the OSS/AMD PCIe Gen 4 demons­tra­ti­ons in OSS booth #119. Cus­to­mers can order PCIe Gen 4 solu­ti­ons from the company’s high­ly-trai­ned sales engi­neers at

About One Stop Sys­tems

OSS uti­li­zes the power of PCI Express, the latest GPU acce­le­ra­tors and NVMe sto­rage to build award-win­ning sys­tems, inclu­ding many indus­try firsts, for OEMs and government cus­to­mers. The com­pa­ny enab­les AI on the Fly™ by brin­ging AI dat­a­cen­ter per­for­mance to ‘the edge’ and on mobi­le plat­forms, and by addres­sing the ent­i­re AI work­flow, from high speed data acqui­si­ti­on to deep lear­ning, trai­ning and infe­rence. OSS pro­ducts are avail­ab­le direct­ly or through glo­bal dis­tri­bu­tors. For more infor­ma­ti­on, visit

About One Stop Sys­tems

One Stop Sys­tems, Inc. (OSS) designs and manu­fac­tures inno­va­ti­ve spe­cia­li­zed high-per­for­mance com­pu­ting buil­ding blocks and plat­forms for OEMs that pro­vi­de sys­tems to sci­en­tists, engi­neers, creators and other pro­fes­sio­nals who push the bounda­ries of their indus­tries. The­se spe­cia­li­zed plat­forms inclu­de cus­to­mi­zed ser­vers, com­pu­te acce­le­ra­tors, flash sto­rage arrays, expan­si­on sys­tems and sto­rage soft­ware. The pro­ducts are used for deep lear­ning, AI, defen­se, finan­ce and enter­tain­ment app­li­ca­ti­ons. OSS uti­li­zes the power of PCI Express, the latest GPU acce­le­ra­tors and NVMe flash cards to build award-win­ning sys­tems, inclu­ding many indus­try firsts, for OEMs and government cus­to­mers. The company’s inno­va­ti­ve hard­ware and Ion Acce­le­ra­tor Soft­ware offers excep­tio­nal per­for­mance and unpar­al­leled sca­la­bi­li­ty. OSS pro­ducts are avail­ab­le direct­ly or through glo­bal dis­tri­bu­tors. For more infor­ma­ti­on, go to

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