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Lenovo’s 5 New AMD, VMware, Azure And Nutanix-Based HCI Products

Lenovo is launching four new hyperconverged infrastructure product offerings tied to AMD EPYC processors, Microsoft Azure Stack, Nutanix Enterprise Cloud software and VMware’s vSAN.

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‘The Strategy Toward The New, Smarter Normal’

The $50 billion PC leader and data center provider launched a slew of new hyperconverged infrastructure products in partnership with market leaders like AMD, Nutanix, Microsoft and VMware.

Lenovo Data Center Group on Thursday unveiled four new hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) product lines aimed at driving sales and market traction around virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), SAP HANA database deployments, Kubernetes, the new remote workforce and Microsoft Azure.

“The strategy toward the new, smarter normal is around modernizing the data center and breaking down the longstanding digital barriers that many organizations face today,” said Kamran Amini, vice president and general manager of Server, Storage and Software Defined Infrastructure for Lenovo’s Data Center Group. “We offer a large breadth of agile and preconfigured edge-to-hybrid cloud solutions in partnership with leading HCI providers that enable customers to harness the flexibility, scalability and economics of the cloud.”

Here are the five key hyperconverged infrastructure products Lenovo unveiled today.

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