Lenovo partners have eight new platforms containing 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processors to choose from, including four designed to accommodate general purpose workloads.
Those are the ThinkSystem SR650 V2, a 2U, two-socket server designed to provide speed and scale to everything from SMBs to large enterprises; the 1U, two-socket ThinkSystem SR630 V2, which is optimized for cloud, virtualization, analytics, and other hybrid data center workloads; the ThinkSystem ST650 V2, a two-socket tower server featuring a slimmed-down 4U chassis that Lenovo says suits it to remote and branch office settings; and the ThinkSystem SN550 V2 blade server, which is engineered for cloud, server virtualization, database, and VDI workloads.
The other four platforms announced today are optimized for performance and density. They include the ThinkSystem SD650 V2, a liquid-cooled device built to tackle high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, and other compute-intensive workloads; the ThinkSystem SD650-N V2, which packs two 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processors and four NVIDIA A100 GPUs into a 1U form factor; the ThinkSystem SD630 V2, another dense 1U product featuring two Lenovo Neptune Thermal Transfer Modules; and the ThinkSystem SR670 V2, which targets HPC and AI training workloads and comes in six base configurations that support up to eight GPUs.
All eight new offerings are available through Lenovo’s as-a-service TruScale Infrastructure Services program. Hyperconverged infrastructure solutions bearing 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processors are in development now, Lenovo says.
Like HPE, Lenovo unveiled products based on the newest AMD EPYC processors last month as well.
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