15 November 2016

CINECA supports ground-breaking scientific research with a state-of-the-art supercomputing solution

High-performance computing at CINECA in Italy enables scientists to transform data into new insight across disciplines including physics, chemistry, astronomy, medicine, and urban planning. To maintain the institution’s status as a major global player in academic research, and to help teams conduct vital research in topics such as the human brain and precision medicine, CINECA decided to deploy its new supercomputing architecture, Marconi, rolled out in phases and expected to be completed in June 2017.
15 November 2016

Gulf Ocean Trading gets an SAP HANA advantage with an integrated solution from Lenovo

As a retailer, Gulf Ocean Trading needs to serve its customers quickly and effectively. To speed up core trading systems and to provide real-time visibility into operations, the company migrated its SAP ERP landscape from HP ProLiant servers to an integrated SAP HANA in-memory solution from Lenovo. Based on its success in accelerating processes and reporting, while supporting round-the-clock operations, the company chose the same solution to support its new manufacturing business.
25 October 2016

Heartland Jiffy Lube revs up the reliability of its IT services with hyperconverged infrastructure from Lenovo

Oil change and car service provider Heartland Jiffy Lube found that its diverse and aging IT infrastructure was increasingly impacting operations and employee productivity. To boost availability and reliability, the company implemented Intel® Xeon® processor-equipped Lenovo Converged HX5500 Appliance with Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor – radically simplifying its infrastructure. Today, Heartland Jiffy Lube has peace of mind that IT systems will run uninterrupted, all while leaving room for growth.
28 September 2016

Acuutech boosts client services by harnessing the power of software-defined storage

To sharpen its competitive edge, Acuutech wanted to offer clients faster, more reliable and more cost-effective cloud and hybrid computing services. To enable a new, cutting-edge software-defined storage solution, Acuutech implemented Lenovo System x3650 M5 servers – helping to boost performance and cut costs.
22 September 2016

Mars Cinema Group provides five-star customer service supported by Lenovo infrastructure

Mars Cinema Group suffered from increasingly frequent server outages, disrupting operations and resulting in customer complaints. To keep key ticketing and sales systems online and to provide customers with the best possible cinema experience, Mars decided on an enterprise-wide infrastructure refresh. The company is currently working with Lenovo Business Partner Novatech to replace its entire data center infrastructure with Lenovo technology. Today, system performance and availability have dramatically improved, so that customers can be sure of catching the latest blockbusters.
09 September 2016

Isle of Anglesey County Council Delivers Innovative Digital Services on Flexible Lenovo Infrastructure

Faced with large budget cuts, the Isle of Anglesey County Council wanted to ensure that the quality of public services remained high and customer satisfaction remained strong. To meet changing pressures and demands, the council replaced its aging IT infrastructure with a flexible and powerful Lenovo System server solution. Today, the council can offer exciting new digital services, such as agile working for staff and a smartphone application for citizens, all while cutting energy costs by up to 60 percent.
15 August 2016

Freudenberg IT delivers SAP HANA services with Lenovo

Freudenberg IT (FIT) serves hundreds of clients with hosted SAP HANA solutions. When a client’s business needs change, being able to scale easily and cost-effectively is critical. FIT is delivering hosted solutions based on flexible, scalable Lenovo Solution for SAP HANA appliances at significantly reduced operational costs.
27 June 2016

Zentis Poland Supports Growing Business with Lenovo Flex System

Zentis Poland relies heavily on virtualization technology to keep operations running smoothly, with almost 100 percent of business systems running on its VMware environment. With demand for fruit preserves and confectionaries increasing, Zentis Poland deployed Lenovo Flex System and gained a highly flexible, super-scalable server platform – enabling the company to meet growing demand quickly and easily.

“We are confident that Flex System will enable us to meet business demands now and in the future, as Zentis Poland continues to grow.”
 —Dariusz Wyrebiak, IT Manager, Zentis Poland
27 June 2016

PEPCO Poland Supports Domestic Growth and International Expansion with Lenovo Server Platform

Expanding rapidly – both in the domestic market and abroad – discount retail chain PEPCO Poland wanted to ensure that its systems and processes could stand up to the demands of increasingly large and complex operations. Today, the company runs mission-critical business applications on a flexible and powerful Lenovo server platform with Intel® technologies, giving the business the headroom it needs to grow productively and profitably.

“Having a single server platform enables us to rapidly react to emerging business needs and to quickly troubleshoot any issues before they result in downtime.”
 —Slawomir Stanek, IT Architect, PEPCO Poland
15 June 2016

University of Adelaide Research Soars to New Heights with Lenovo Supercomputer

The University of Adelaide, one of Australia’s leading research universities, wanted to better support researchers from a wide range of disciplines. Previously, researchers had to compete for limited external HPC facilities, which often left groups without enough compute resources or resulted in delays in securing access. With Phoenix, a supercomputer based on a Lenovo NeXtScale System M5 cluster with over 3,800 Intel® Xeon® processor cores, the university can now offer researchers a powerful, state-of-the-art research tool, helping to enhance its status as a world-class research center.
 
“Our supercomputer enables researchers to access a facility exponentially larger than the limited portions of shared facilities they previously relied on.”
 —Mark Gregory, CIO, University of Adelaide