Lenovo DCG Delivers New Data Management Solutions

Lenovo Data Center Group (DCG) announces 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.

“As part of the journey of growth and continuing transformation that Lenovo DCG and our customers have been on this year, we’re launching a new series of ThinkSystem end-to-end solution updates. These updates enable customers to enhance their analytics and AI deployments, which will be critical in the coming year as more enterprises big and small realize data is the lifeblood of better decision-making and improved performance. We are committed to continuing to equip our customers with easy-to-use, high-performing and affordable storage products,” said Sumir Bhatia, President at Lenovo DCG Asia Pacific.

“As businesses aim to accelerate growth in 2021, Lenovo DCG is proud to be an engineering and manufacturing partner of choice to help customers and partners choose a smarter way forward. Our comprehensive storage portfolio coupled with the new ThinkSystem DM additions makes for an unmatched suite of offerings designed to empower those who are data centered.” said Nigel Lee, Director, Storage, Lenovo DCG Asia Pacific.

Accelerating Data Insights and Reducing Data Management Costs from Edge to Cloud

The new Lenovo ThinkSystem DM5100F brings high-performance, low-latency all-NVMe storage at an affordable price point, enabling customers of all sizes to enhance analytiz7cs and AI deployments, while accelerating applications’ access to data.  The Lenovo DM Series storage systems now include new S3 Object support, to create a next generation unified data management platform. This platform allows customers to manage and analyze all data types (block, file and object) within a single storage platform, accelerating the processing of data analytics while reducing infrastructure costs. These enhancements create expanded data protection capabilities, with transparent failover and management of object storage natively. Additionally, with Lenovo DM Series storage, customers can add cold-data tiering from hard drives to the cloud, or replicate data to the cloud. This enables an economical multi-cloud strategy for storage, reducing the overall cost of data management.

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