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Lenovo pushes the limits in Malaysia

AvantiKumar | Dec. 5, 2014
Companies can better deal with growing data sets with this new portfolio of commercial desktops, a multimode, a tablet, workstations and enterprise servers, said Lenovo Malaysia's Khoo Hung Chuan.

Lenovo in Malaysia 

Photo - Lenovo launch in Kuala Lumpur.

 

Computer maker Lenovo has launched its latest portfolio of enterprise hardware, including commercial desktops, a multimode, a tablet, workstations and enterprise servers for Malaysian businesses.

At the start of the launch in Kuala Lumpur, Lenovo Malaysia's country general manager, Khoo Hung Chuan, said: "As data sets get larger and more complex, our customers need increasingly powerful, interactive performance and a total end-to-end solution."

"With the acquisition of IBM's System x business, Lenovo now offers a complete range of solutions to meet the computing needs of small businesses through to enterprises," said Khoo.

"By delivering reliable support for enterprises, Lenovo is helping innovators develop robust platforms that will pass the requisite audit and compliance checks," he said.

The new portfolio includes ThinkStation P Series workstations together with the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One, which will help improve productivity and reduce total cost of ownership.

"In addition, the System x M5 server was unveiled here and it the first flagship product from Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's System x business, which offers higher security, efficiency and reliability for SMBs and enterprise customers looking to optimise their IT infrastructure workloads," said Khoo.

Lenovo ‘Pushing the Limits’ Launch 

Photo - Flanked by models (from left) Aten Lim, Executive Director, Commercial Lead, Lenovo ASEAN, holding the ThinkPad Helix;  Khoo Hung Chuan, Country General Manager, Lenovo Malaysia, holding the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10.

Changing the way people use our devices

"Not only do we provide powerful machines that allows you to push limits, we also enhanced our designs which will completely change the way people utilise our devices," he said.

For example, the Thinkstation P series has a modular design for easy upgrades and customising while the new System x M5 servers deliver new innovations by combining high performance with built-in security, efficiency, and reliability, while supporting a wide range of enterprise workloads and computing environments, from cloud computing to big data and analytics.

"The ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 is the world's first modular all-in-one desktop for business and is a detach-and-build modular all-in-one (AIO) business PC," said Khoo.

The portfolio comprises:

  • Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 10
  • Lenovo ThinkPad Helix
  • Lenovo ThinkStation P900, P700 and P500
  • Lenovo ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One (TIO) 23
  • System x M5 server

 

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