by Angela Guess
A recent press release states, “Lenovo today announced its industry-leading X6 server platform has established 10 additional industry performance benchmarks, including two new SAP world records as well as a new Java and SPECcpu world record benchmark, bringing its world record total to 34 and continuing the X6 family’s string of number one or world-record benchmarks since its launch in 2014. Designed to deliver maximum performance and uptime for applications and cloud deployments, the Lenovo X6 solutions are ideal for customers who are looking for reliability, manageability and scalability with the flexibility to run Windows or Linux operating systems. Today’s benchmark performance results reflect the company’s mission to help customers transform their data centers by embracing emerging data consumption and delivery models such as cloud-based infrastructure, big data and analytics solutions powered by Lenovo’s x3850 X6 and x3950 X6 server platforms.”
The release goes on, “Continuing its long-standing history of achieving excellent performance results on SAP standard application benchmarks, the Lenovo System x3950 X6 achieved an outstanding 8-socket world record result on the Windows operating system for the two-tier SAP sales and distribution (SD) standard application benchmark. Designed to test the hardware and database performance of SAP applications and components, the x3950 delivered a 28 percent performance improvement over the previous-generation Lenovo system and a four percent improvement over E7-8890 v4 processors. For customers running SAP Business Suite applications, Lenovo’s latest benchmark result makes it the highest performing server for processing business transaction workflows in an SAP environment.”
Read more at Business Wire.
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