Items tagged with ThinkStation

Lenovo announced its latest workstation, the ThinkStation E32, and despite very solid specs, the machines cost far less than you might expect. Available in both traditional tower and SFF form factors, the ThinkStation E32 starts at a mere $729. For what is presumably a lot more money than $729 (the HP Z1 workstation PC we reviewed is $1.899 for example), you can configure a ThinkStation E32 with up to Intel Xeon E3-1200v3 processors, NVIDIA Quadro K4000 graphics, 32GB of 1600MHz ECC RAM, and three storage drives--a 3TB SATA HDD, 256GB SSD, and 128GB mSATA. Other configurations are available with... Read more...
Lenovo announced three new workstations that feature the latest Intel Xeon E5 processors. The new ThinkStation S30, C30 and D30 workstations feature faster memory and enhanced energy efficiency. Options available within each model include Intel Xeon E5 1600/2600 processors, NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards and Maximus support utilizing NVIDIA Telsa compute cards, support for up to 256GB 1600MHz DDR3 memory, and USB 3.0. The new Lenovo workstations will be available starting April 9.  Newest Generation of Lenovo 30 Series ThinkStation Workstations Stay Cool Under Pressure While Speeding Through... Read more...
Today we have a new Intel Xeon W3540-based Lenovo workstation – the ThinkStation S20 - on our bench for some testing. Some of you may be wondering what a “workstation” really is. Well, it’s a term more commonly used in a business environment, especially one in which CAD/CAM design, 3D rendering or high performance computing occurs, and it basically just refers to a higher-end desktop or laptop. In the environments we’ve worked in, we’ve heard workstations referred as high-end desktops or laptops, tech PCs, and technical workstations. In this context, workstations (at least the desktop variety)... Read more...
IBM has been a name synonymous with computers and technology for nearly 30 years. That point alone leaves little doubt as to why Lenovo moved to acquire IBM’s Personal Computing Division in 2004. When the acquisition was finalized in 2005, Lenovo instantly became a global PC leader. Over the past four years, Lenovo has worked hard to become a household name. With slick product lines, like the IdeaPad, ThinkPad and the IdeaCentre, that goal is gradually becoming a reality. One place where Lenovo probably hasn’t had to work quite as hard at making inroads, is the corporate environment. As IBM began... Read more...
Targeting professionals in fields such as computer-aided design, digital content creation, and oil and gas, Lenovo announced two powerful new desktop computing solutions, the ThinkStation D20 and S20. The two new workstations feature a choice of the latest Intel Xeon processors 5500 and W3500 Series as well as optional Intel Turbo Boost technology for extra performance during peak processing. By adding the NVIDIA Tesla C1060 GPU platform to the workstations, you’ll also get 240 additional cores of dedicated math processing power to help speed calculations. In addition to processing power, you’ll... Read more...