Lenovo Unveils Converged HX Series Appliances

by May 3, 2016 0 comments

Lenovo unveils Converged HX Series appliances featuring Nutanix Acropolis and Prism software, at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Mumbai. With this launch, Lenovo aims to simplify deployment and accelerate business value for the robust Indian market.

Today’s typical data center has multiple generations of servers, operating systems, storage, and hypervisors. A recurring issue that is faced, not just by Indian IT managers but also global counters, is the ability to juggle complex tasks while maintaining legacy hardware and software. This calls for the implementation of next-generation hyperconverged appliances, which can substantially reduce this complexity, resulting in significant added value over an incredibly short time.

Lenovo’s collaboration with Nutanix addresses this issue at its core, aimed at reduction of the total cost of ownership of IT infrastructure by up to 60%, as validated by IDC. Lenovo Converged HX Series appliances are expected to deliver similar cost savings and business value by marrying world-class Lenovo servers with Nutanix web-scale software.

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