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Lenovo DCG backs modernisation of Netherlands supercomputer
The company will become part of an effort to create the ‘largest and most powerful’ supercomputer in the Netherlands - a project worth €20 million.
Lenovo DCG releases agility-focused HCI and cloud solutions
Lenovo is addressing the rise of remote work by delivering an open platform of HCI solutions in partnership with Nutanix, Microsoft and VMWare.
Lenovo DCG to launch new edge server similar in size to a laptop
The company has unveiled its new server which is a result of its continued investment in solutions supporting IoT and edge computing.
Dumped: Lenovo DCG gives Ingram Micro the cold shoulder
Lenovo Data Centre Group (Lenovo DCG) has left Ingram Micro out in the cold, after dumping them in favour of an exclusive distribution agreement with Dicker Data.
Lenovo launches new IT infrastructure-as-a-service offering
Customers can now use and pay for data centre hardware and services - on-premise or at a customer-preferred location - without having to purchase the equipment.
Lenovo and its partners making HCI easy for data centres
Lenovo's new HCI solution provides the benefits of traditional converged systems with the addition of a software-defined scale-out architecture.
Lenovo flaunts BSC: ‘World’s most beautiful data centre’
Lenovo recently held a press event in Barcelona, flying in media representatives from all over Europe to benefit from a content-packed event.
Lenovo DCG takes A/NZ partners on Europe experience
The fully-funded tour included the Nutanix conference in London, the Lenovo EMEA data centre, and driving on the Autobahn in fire-breathing Mercs.
Exclusive: Lenovo’s Shayne Harris on the future data centre
Harris says data centres that fail to keep up with the pulse of change will not be able to survive in the future.
Accelerating the intelligence revolution: How companies are investing
According to Lenovo Data Centre Group, billions of dollars are being spent to develop powerful AI and discover new business advantages.
Lenovo and the University of Adelaide partner to provide AI for business
Machine learning is being used in business for an increasing range of applications from filtering emails to speech recognition and fraud detection.
The hard question from Lenovo: Is your data centre sustainable?
Lenovo Data Centre Group's Rob Makin shares how organisations that embrace a green data centre strategy will be the winners long term.