Lenovo has expanded its “Everything-as-a-Service” business model with Lenovo TruScale, bringing all of its as-a-Service offerings under one umbrella to make everything, from the pocket to the cloud, accessible via a single contract.
Lenovo plans to be the first-to-market with VMware’s software solution for the edge running on the resilient ThinkSystem SE350 Edge Servers. In addition, Lenovo also announced the enhancement of Lenovo Open Cloud Automation management software to automate the planning, deployment and ongoing management of datacenter cloud deployments all the way to edge sites. Organizations can now plan their data center cloud and edge infrastructure solutions using the same management software.
Making the Edge Smarter
Edge AI computing applications are growing rapidly as businesses intelligently transform operations and services with increasingly powerful analytics and automation capabilities. The ThinkEdge SE70 is an artificial intelligence (AI) edge platform for enterprises, designed to meet the expanding intelligent transformation needs from logistics, transportation, and smart cities, to retail, healthcare, and manufacturing. Lenovo’s new edge solution is created in cooperation with Amazon Web Services (AWS) leveraging AWS Panorama and is powered by the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX platform.
Windows 11 Introduced to New Laptops
Lenovo’s has also introduced an ultra light 14-inch OLED laptop for exceptional portability, with its Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon and the new 16-inch ultra-slim Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro—amongst the first laptops bringing consumers the powerful next-gen Windows 11 operating system (OS) with greater convenience and seamless experiences. For versatility on the go, the sleek IdeaPad Duet 5 Chromebook (13”, 6)2-in-1 detachable laptop is always-ready and all about mobility, and features Google’s Chrome OS to power creative and productivity tasks via users’ favorite apps while fueling incredible entertainment experiences.
The new premium, professional display, ThinkVision P27u-20 monitor was one of three monitors debuted at Tech World 2021. This monitor offers dual wide colour gamut (99.1% DCI-P3, 99.5% Adobe RGB) with factory-calibrated colour accuracy. Designed for photography, video and graphics content creators seeking a high-performance display to extend screen space for effective application multitasking, the monitor also adds the convenience of Intel Thunderbolt 4 docking display capability. The Energy Star 8.0 compliant ThinkVision P27u-20 delivers detailed clarity on a 27-inch Ultra High Definition (3840×2160) IPS screen with VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400 support for realistic brightness and darkness.
Additionally, Lenovo introduced a new line of consumer G-Series gaming monitors designed for immersive PC gaming and working or learning from a user’s home office, the Lenovo G27e-20 Monitor and the Lenovo G24e-20 Monitor. Ideal for college students, gamers and young professionals who still want high performance from quality PC devices at a competitive price. With AMD FreeSync Premium technology for a fluid, tear-free and low-latency experience, both displays are capable of achieving a 1ms Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT) for excellent perceived blur reduction, making the moving objects on display screens appear clearer and sharper.
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