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August 25, 2015
Lenovo and StorMagic have released new hyperconvereged solutions for remote/branch office markets. The solutions, according to a company press released, are ideal for distributed enterprise and offer a reliable bundle for a virtual infrastructure.
The technology leverages Lenovo’s portfolio of enterprise servers, such as the 1U ThinkServer RS140, System x3250 M5 and ThinkServer RD650 for scalable performance. It runs StorMagic’s SvSAN software-defined storage platform to enable users to support multiple hypervisor platforms.
“Lenovo is recognized as a leader in the x86 server and storage market and is excited to continue to bring market value to our clients through our relationship with hyperconverged firms like StorMagic,” said Brian Hamel, vice president and general manager, Lenovo North America Enterprise Business Group. “By partnering with Lenovo and leveraging our broad portfolio of x86 systems, StorMagic and its advanced SvSAN virtual storage capabilities is well positioned to provide remote office/branch office clients and small business customers alike a compelling combination of cutting-edge performance and field-proven reliability.”
For more information, visit StorMagic.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.