XSERIES

Lenovo System X was part of IBM and referred to a series of servers that were equipped with the x86 processors. The Lenovo xSeries, also written as Lenovo XSeries by some, was part of a larger family. The brothers and sisters of the xSeries were the Lenovo Series I, Lenovo Series P, and now the Lenovo Power Series. The xSeries was the main component of the Lenovo System Cluster 1350. The company division that was responsible for the xSeries was sold to Lenovo on October 1, 2014. What began as a Lenovo PC Server now lives on as System X. In between are names like Netfinity and eServer xSeries. But as everyone knows, names are smoke and mirrors. If you look at the system itself, you can see that the system is now based on the AMD Opteron and thus offers high performance at a good price. Especially in modular data centers and in the rack design, the System X is able to cope with the respective requirements of the individual company. The strength and thus the price can be adjusted according to the situation. A purchase is not a one-off decision for the rest of your life, but a platform that can grow with the growing company.

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