One Stop Systems bags $3m deal to upgrade US military radar simulations

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One Stop Systems bags $3m deal to upgrade US military radar simulations
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Edge computing provider One Stop Systems has secured a $3 million (£2.4m) deal to upgrade radar simulation systems for the US Department of Defense (DoD).

One Stop Systems (OSS) plans to integrate its 4UV accelerator system with the DoD Missile Defense Agency’s mobile radar systems and edge data centres.

The end goal is to improve performance using AI to generate virtual simulations that will enhance the accuracy and speed of multiple missile defence systems.

The OSS 4UV expansions system is built with a limit of 16 slots to bring high performance to a variety of applications. Its top configuration uses two 5 slot PCIe Gen4 backplanes to provide up to 512gbps of bandwidth.

It can also include a maximum of eight PCIe Gen4 Tensor Core GPUs with OSS Gen4 PCI express-over-cable technology.

David Raun, CEO at OSS, said: “We see this radar simulation application for the U.S. Missile Defense Agency as a significant validation of the capabilities and effectiveness of our compute accelerator technology for AI applications.”

OSS has already began shipping the systems, with more units to be delivered in the first half of 2023.

“Where speed and reliability are the most critical factors, OSS can deliver compute accelerators that utilise the fastest GPUs in the world and the latest Gen 4 PCI Express technology. This enables OSS to deliver performance without compromise,” Raun added.

As well as the new radar contract, OSS recently extended its contract with the US Navy to provide portable flash storage arrays by five years.

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