07 December 2017

HiQ Finland: Supporting sophisticated, user-friendly smartphone app development

To give developers the resources they need to build exciting new mobile apps for clients, HiQ implemented a hyperconverged infrastructure from Lenovo and Nutanix. Now, it can spin up virtual environments in no time, empowering developers at every stage of the app-building process.
07 December 2017

Queen's University: Powerful research with ultra-efficient supercomputer

Atmospheric scientists analyzing global weather patterns. Psychologists modeling the brain and human memory. Biotechnologists designing complex molecules for innovative new drugs. With a Lenovo supercomputer, the Centre for Advanced Computing (CAC) at Queen’s University is helping researchers turn reams of data into scientific insight.
18 October 2017

Majmaah University: Delivering straight A student services

Students are no longer content with books, pens and paper. They expect to be able to check their timetable, their reading lists and their course requirements online; to sign up for classes in a few clicks; to share notes and essays in an instant. To deliver the services students want, fast, Majmaah University relies on a Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) software-defined storage solution from Lenovo and Microsoft.
18 October 2017

ITPS: Empowering clients’ businesses with Microsoft Azure cloud services

Demand for Microsoft Azure services is soaring, but many companies have reservations about moving their IT systems or infrastructure to the public cloud. With Lenovo ThinkAgile SX for Microsoft Azure Stack, powered by the Intel® Xeon® E5 processors family, ITPS will be able to offer sought-after Azure services from its own data center – a win-win situation for its clients.
03 October 2017

Barcelona Supercomputing Center: Pushing the boundaries of human knowledge

According to the TOP500 ranking published in June 2017, MareNostrum 4 is the third most powerful supercomputer in Europe and the 13th in the world. 
26 September 2017

Bisnode Polska: Unlocking game-changing insights with 300 percent faster big data analysis

To help its clients navigate a rapidly-changing business landscape, Bisnode Polska wanted to boost the efficiency of its analytics services to deliver data-driven insight rapidly. Working with Lenovo Business Partner K3System, Bisnode Polska implemented Lenovo System x3550 M5 servers equipped with the Intel® Xeon® E5 processor family – boosting performance and enabling three-times faster data analysis.
22 September 2017

OV-IT Oelker & Volz Computer GmbH

Recognizing that security concerns were holding many companies back from embracing cloud computing, IT service provider OV-IT launched its private cloud hosting services powered by Lenovo technology. With a modular architecture based on flexible, scalable IT infrastructure located in data centers in Germany, the company wins the trust of clients and delivers customized cloud services, reducing its clients’ IT costs.
15 September 2017

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Racing to victory at 240 mph

Speed is everything in the ultra-competitive Verizon IndyCar Series. Schmidt Peterson Motorsports is using Lenovo technology to help transform big data into engineering insights, running complex simulations that reveal how to optimize racecars for peak performance.
15 September 2017

Hi-Tech Heritage: Lenovo Preserves the Past with Futuristic Solutions

For 25 years, Six Nations Polytechnic (SNP) has impacted the lives of students in their community through Indigenous education and language revitalization programs. Growing into a second campus, the postsecondary institution needed a new IT infrastructure that could easily expand with their needs. With the help of I/OVision, the school implemented the Lenovo Converged HX3500, powered by Nutanix software and Intel® Xeon® E5 family of processors. By tightly integrating SNP's technologies in a seamless manner, Lenovo is helping preserve the ancient languages of the past through the innovative coding languages of the future. 
31 August 2017

Sørum Kommune helps staff serve citizens more efficiently with high-performance IT infrastructure

Encompassing both beautiful rural landscapes and fast links to the capital city, the Norwegian municipality of Sørum Kommune is growing in popularity as a place to live. But with more people moving to the area, how could the municipality keep public service levels high? With a new Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) software-defined storage solution from Lenovo and Microsoft, Sørum Kommune has boosted performance of key business applications, enabling staff to respond to citizen requests faster.