Lenovo utilizes Microsoft Azure HCI solutions to support CIOs

Lenovo Data Center Group (DCG) has introduced new Lenovo ThinkAgile MX1021 and ThinkSystem DM7100 for enterprises building end-to-end applications that leverage Microsoft Azure.
Lenovo event in 2016
The Lenovo ThinkAgile MX1021 and ThinkSystem DM7100 provide validated solutions for cloud tiering.

Lenovo ThinkAgile MX1021 utilizes Microsoft Azure Stack HCI solutions to enable CIOs at enterprises to move compute to the edge and act on the data where it’s created.

Retailers, which are looking to reduce inventory losses, can analyse customer sentiment analysis data in real time at the edge to address challenges.

CIOs at manufacturing companies can use edge servers to collect sensor data, enabling real-time monitoring to increase efficiency and productivity of manufacturing plants.

CIOs at healthcare organizations can tier medical data and increase efficiency of clinical, customer and operational analytics when ThinkAgile MX1021 is combined with Azure Stack Hub and Azure IoT Hub.

ThinkSystem DM7100 All-Flash Array and Hybrid Flash enterprise-class storage solutions accelerate mission critical applications with end-to-end NVMe technology while delivering integrated, secure hybrid cloud capability for Microsoft Azure and other public cloud provider solutions.

Users will retain enterprise data reduction capabilities in the cloud, allowing them to reduce their cloud footprint by up to 66 percent. For retailers, improved transaction rates from All-Flash NVMe storage allow them to put collected data to work.

Adopting NVMe technology can improve the speed of data analytics by 30 percent, giving them a competitive edge in the market. The DM7100 with significantly faster performance and seamless cloud integration will securely supercharge data at cloud economics.

“New business insights and innovation are increasingly dependent on analyzing data ‘at the edge’ and efficiently storing data in the cloud,” said Talal Alqinawi, senior director Azure Marketing from Microsoft.

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