Lenovo introduces AMD EPYC 4-based server and HCI portfolio

Lenovo introduces AMD EPYC 4-based server and HCI portfolio

Lenovo recently introduced a broad portfolio of AMD EPYC 4-based ThinkSystem servers and ThinkAgile V3 HCI applications. The systems should deliver performance, management capabilities and energy efficiency.

The new servers and HCI solutions fall under Lenovo’s Infrastructure Solutions V3 portfolio. The applications in this hardware portfolio should help companies run high-performance, AI and traditional workloads in diverse environments, from the edge to the (multi)cloud.


Most importantly, the 21 AMD EYPC 4-based ThinkSystem V3 servers offer high performance and security. The servers support up to 96 cores and 6TB per processor. This should accelerate the performance of a range of applications in various industries, from finance and manufacturing to retail and healthcare.

According to Lenovo, the servers excel in terms of energy efficiency. The ThinkSystem SD665 V3 server uses Lenovo’s Neptune water cooling technology to absorb as much as 98 percent of heat generated while reducing energy consumption by 40 percent.

In addition, Lenovo Neptune helps users optimize processor cooling, which is especially useful for traditional air-cooled datacenters, Lenovo said. Furthermore, the new ThinkSystem servers feature the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) for Energy Efficiency. The interface defines customizable parameters for optimal performance and energy efficiency.

ThinkAgile V3 HCI applications.

In addition to servers, Lenovo introduced fourteen new AMD EPYC 4-based ThinkAgile V3 HCI solutions. ThinkAgile VX applications are especially suited for hybrid cloud and virtualization solutions.

The applications should provide enterprises with performance, scalability and resiliency for private and hybrid cloud environments. Furthermore, new ThinkAgile HX applications promise to simplify operations, increase workload density, improve data protection and achieve error-free applications across multiple environments.

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