Or how Lenovo stands apart from its peers thanks to its elastic storage management, which is, today, is the most widely-used commercial parallel file system for online storage management.
He also says that Lenovo has deep domain knowledge, a key reason many customers continue to work with them. “We have experts in AI, experts who deeply understand CAE (computer-aided engineering), and experts in weather and metrology. These people understand the industry and the applications those industries use so well that they can tune the system to optimise hardware performance,” says Wu.
As more businesses ready for a future defined by artificial intelligence, real-time predictions based on big data, and machine learning, forward-looking CIOs are turning to high-performance computing. And finding the right partner will be essential in that journey.
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Written by JONATHAN WU, CTO, DATA CENTER GROUP, LENOVO ASIA PACIFIC
Based in Beijing, Jonathan leads the High-Performance Computing for Lenovo in the Asia Pacific region. He has over 20 years of experience within the IT industry.
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