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Research and High Performance Computing from Lenovo

Lenovo partners with academic and scientific researchers to understand your unique needs, so that we can leverage our broad range of devices and solutions to help you solve the world’s biggest problems.

Improving risk analytics, shortening product development cycles, and simulating the behavior of materials at nanoscale have something in common — the need to model, forecast, and analyze complex relationships. All place enormous demands on your data and compute infrastructure.

Meet these demands and realize faster time to value, improve critical decision making, fuel innovation, and accelerate results with powerful Lenovo high-performance computing (HPC) systems, storage, software, networking, and preintegrated solutions for compute-intensive and big data applications.

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Whom Did University Of Adelaide Turn To For New Supercomputer Infrastructure?

When University of Adelaide revamped their supercomputer infrastructure, they turned to Lenovo’s NeXtScale System featuring over 3,800 Intel® Xeon® processor cores!

“Not only did Lenovo offer the most compute performance at the most attractive price, it was also able to work with us to build, test, and deliver the system for research use in just six weeks.” — Mark Gregory, CIO, University of Adelaide
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Lenovo and the CoAD team worked in partnership to build exactly what students, faculty, and college leadership all needed for 5 brand new teaching labs that would allow them to attract and retain the most creative teams around all in a way that is sustainable for the university.

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NMU saves big with Lenovo Services to streamline the process of getting laptops into student hands.

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See How CINECA Built an Even Better Supercomputer with Lenovo

When CINECA sought to improve their already powerful HPC solution in support of the Human Brain Project, they turned to Lenovo’s NeXtScale System nx360 M5 servers. Grab this detailed case study to learn why!

“The solution offered by Lenovo ticked all the boxes and provided great value for money — something that none of the competing brands could deliver.” — Sanzio Bassini, HPC Director, CINECA

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5,000 Intel Processor Cores, One Lenovo Supercomputer

When University of Oxford revamped their supercomputer infrastructure, they turned to Lenovo’s NeXtScale System M5 cluster with over 5,000 Intel® processor cores. Dive into this detailed case study to learn how they reduced computing times by over 50%!

“The Lenovo supercomputer is helping the University of Oxford maintain its excellent reputation for research.” — Dr. Andrew Richards, Head of Advanced Research Computing, University of Oxford
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