Lenovo ThinkSystem SR950

Outstanding compute performance, manageability & resiliency

The unique, modular 4U/8P ThinkSystem SR950 is a resilient, scalable system with large memory and storage capacity that runs the most crucial workloads and demanding applications.

Description

Reliability redefined

Lenovo ThinkSystem SR950 is designed for your most demanding, mission-critical workloads, Engineered from the ground up to deliver “always-on” reliability, and featuring multiple levels of resiliency to protect data, the ThinkSystem SR950 is built to ensure continuous operations.

With XClarity, integration management is simple and standardized, reducing provisioning time up to 95% from manual operations. ThinkShield protects your business with each offering, from development through disposal.

 

The critical nucleus

The powerful 4U ThinkSystem SR950 can grow from two to eight second-generation Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family CPUs, delivering up to 36% total performance improvement over the first generation processor.* The modular design of SR950 speeds upgrades and servicing with easy front-and-rear access to all major subsystems, to keep your data flowing.

* Based on Intel internal testing, August 2018.

 

Unparalleled performance

Deliver real-time insights for real-time businesses.  The ThinkSystem SR950 boosts application performance with a combination of CPU, memory, storage, and I/O technology enhancements, to provide the fastest throughput for your most data-hungry workloads.

 

Workload-optimized support

Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory delivers a new, flexible tier of memory designed specifically for data center workloads that offers an unprecedented combination of high capacity, affordability, and persistence. This technology will have a significant impact on real-world data center operations: reduction of restart times from minutes down to seconds, 1.2x virtual machine density, dramatically improved data replication with 14x lower latency and 14x higher IOPS, and greater security for persistent data built into hardware.*

* Based on Intel internal testing, August 2018.