Lenovo celebrated 30 years of its ThinkSystem x86 servers with an incredible launch of more than 50 new products.
The computing giant revealed a suite of new end-to-end infrastructure services, including its new Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions V3 portfolio.
The introduction celebrates the 30 years of the ThinkSystem x86 server, which is seen as a pivotal breakthrough in enterprise computing technology. One that enabled an open ecosystem for innovation and led the way to a modern information era, according to Lenovo.
With its new Infrastructure Solutions V3 portfolio, the Chinese giant will provide a unique open architecture with advanced management, superior reliability and extended security to help organisation harness a new era of IT. The main aim is to help businesses manage hybrid multi-cloud and edge environments, alongside traditional AI workloads, across retail, manufacturing, the financial sector, healthcare and telecoms industries.
"Lenovo has pioneered infrastructure solutions that have transformed entire industries for more than 30 years," said Kirk Skaugen, the executive vice president of Lenovo. "Building on this legacy, we are now delivering the broadest portfolio advancement in our history, with industry-leading performance, reliability and sustainability, all based on an open architecture that will help customers more easily harness data to solve humanity's greatest challenges."
The V3 portfolio incorporates the next three generations of the Lenovo infrastructure family: ThinkSystem, ThinkAgile and ThinkEdge. These are server and storage systems, all recognised as the industry's most reliable and secure, according to Lenovo. The solutions are supported by next-gen processors - AMD EPYC, Intel Xeon and Arm - in addition to AMD Instinct and Nvidia GPUs.
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For simplified edge-to-cloud management, Lenovo also unveiled XClarity One, an open cloud software platform that incorporates TruScale infrastructure as a service (IaaS) with management as a service (MaaS) into a single customer portal.
The Lenovo TruScale IaaS will provide a pay-as-you-go model, eliminating over-provisioning and providing real-time usage cost insight so that customers can also easily customise where management data resides. Whether that's from public to private or across hybrid multi-cloud environments.
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