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Lenovo unveils new suite of edge-to-cloud solutions for midsize companies

The new IT infrastructure products and services complement remote work and hybrid cloud environments

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Lenovo has unveiled its new line of edge-to-cloud IT infrastructure solutions for midsize businesses.

A combination of cloud and on-premise server-based technology, the new solution suite includes server, storage, and service offerings that facilitate resource optimization and remote work.

“As the global digital transformation continues, the right IT infrastructure and services are at the heart of every business, unlocking intelligence that expands opportunities and fuels growth,” said Kamran Amini, vice president and general manager of server and storage at Lenovo infrastructure solutions group.

“Working with our broad system of channel partners and solution providers, Lenovo’s new IT infrastructure solutions and TruScale services for midsize businesses are optimized to help organizations improve customer service, accelerate sales and roll out next-generation applications so they can grow their business now and well into the future.”

Lenovo’s new single-socket ThinkSystem ST50 V2, ST250 V2, and SR250 V2 servers are all designed to be easy to configure for a range of business-critical applications, including, retail, manufacturing, and financial services.

Additionally, the new ThinkSystem DM5100F storage system complements the company's server range with a feature-rich, all-flash storage solution that adapts to new workloads over time.

Through Lenovo XClarity, companies can standardize, simplify, and automate IT management tasks, enabling their systems to be configured within minutes, according to Lenovo.

The Lenovo TruScale for Hosted Desktops solution, also included in the announcements, enables remote workers to be productive, while ensuring enhanced security, from any location.

These new products will sit alongside existing services, including on-demand support services, device as a service, and data management services using all flash products powered by Intel.

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