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Lenovo Upgrades x86 Servers for a Growing Business

Lenovo enhances, SAP HANA and other prequalified ISV solutions

Lenovo has updated its flagship portfolio of scalable, high-performance X6 servers along with an array of prequalified ISV enterprise solutions including offerings optimized for SAP HANA.

Updated Lenovo X6 server systems, with just released record-setting performance results, include two Flex System X6 Compute Nodes and a pair of System x rack servers, both managed by Lenovo XClarity, the company’s recently announced systems management offering. These powerful new solutions improve performance and speed deployment of demanding workloads such as cloud, database, ERP, virtualization, and business analytics announced the press release.

“The rapid pace of change in today’s enterprise data center environment is stressing infrastructure technologies and IT budgets,” said Darrel Ward, vice president, Enterprise Marketing and Storage Business Unit. “Lenovo’s new X6 servers provide the performance, agility, and resiliency needed for mission-critical applications, while simultaneously providing your business with the advantage to win in an extremely competitive environment.”

Lenovo’s high-performance X6 rack servers, the four-socket Lenovo System x3850 X6 and the eight-socket Lenovo System x3950 X6, feature an award-winning modular design. Armed with the future Intel Xeon processor E7-4800 v3 product family, these servers deliver new levels of performance and seamless upgradability, as well as over 50 percent greater performance
than previous-generation systems.

Lenovo Flex System X6 Compute Nodes, including the Flex System x480 X6, which is scalable to a four-socket system, and the Flex System x880 X6,the first scalable eight-socket Intel Xeon processor-based blade server, feature the future Intel Xeon processor E7-8800/4800 v3 product families, each equipped with up to 144 cores, these enhanced compute nodes deliver faster application performance for workloads that require the highest levels of performance, memory capacity and high resiliency, such as mission-critical databases (both In-Memory and Traditional RDBMS) and analytics.

The System x3850 X6 and the System x3950 X6 will be available beginning May 26 and will start at $7,979. The Flex System x480 X6 and Flex System x880 X6 will be available beginning May 27 and will start at $10,415.

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