Lenovo Data Center Group (DCG) launched new end-to-end data management solutions allowing customers of all sizes to harness data more securely and efficiently, from edge to core to cloud, with a single set of tools and capabilities for a smarter way forward.
The new Lenovo ThinkSystem DM5100F enables customers of all sizes to enhance analytics and AI deployments while accelerating applications’ access to data. This means bringing high-performance, low-latency all-NVMe storage.
Stuart McRae, Executive Director and General Manager, Storage, Lenovo Data Center Group, said,
“Customers continue to face challenges implementing a cohesive data management system to analyze and process data more efficiently. Lenovo’s unique state-of-the-art data management architecture, in combination with the industry’s most reliable. ThinkSystem servers, enables customers to accelerate Analytics and AI within a single platform.”
The Lenovo DM Series storage systems now have new S3 Object support, to create a next-generation unified data management platform. It enables customers to manage and analyze all data types within a single storage platform.
Upgraded cloud-based management platform
To help mitigate data management costs, Lenovo enhanced Lenovo ThinkSystem Intelligent Monitoring 2.0 software solution. This cloud-based management platform uses AI to simplify and automate the care and optimization of Lenovo’s ThinkSystem storage environment.
The new Lenovo DB720S Fibre Channel Switch provides 32Gbps and 64Gbps storage networking, delivering higher speed and 50 percent lower latency than previous generations. The DB720S delivers autonomous SAN infrastructure with self-learning, self-optimizing, and self-healing capabilities.