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Lenovo launches ThinkServer line in ME

Lee Allcorn, Enterprise Business Group Leader, Lenovo MEA
Lee Allcorn, Enterprise Business Group Leader, Lenovo MEA

Lenovo has today debuted its ThinkServer family of products in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Egypt.

The product portfolio includes rack servers suited for cloud deployments, database, or virtualisation workloads, as well as tower servers designed to manage business’ file/print and point-of-sale workloads.

The company announced that ThinkServer will be launched in rest of Middle East & Africa within the next couple of months.

“Lenovo is well positioned as a strong global contender in the enterprise and SMB market, offering customers complete end-to-end solutions, including storage, server, networking, and related software and services,” Lee Allcorn, Enterprise Business Group Leader, Lenovo MEA, said. “The launch of ThinkServer in the region is a testament to our commitment to our clients in the country who desire exceptional performance, reliability, and easy-to-use tools and solutions.”

Lenovo’s RS140 rack server runs a range of operating systems, including client OS capability for retail applications. It also has a range of processor support from Intel Core™ i3 to Intel Xeon, and can support 4-post and 2-post racks.

Other Rack Server models launched by Lenovo include the RD350, RD450, RD550 and RD650.

Lenovo has also recently completed the integration of x86 servers in the Middle East and Africa region.

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