Read the press release here: https://lenovopress.com/lp1092-whats-new-april-2019#server-options
Also of note is the use of new Persistent Memory in these servers which when paired with SSD’s improves latency and overall improved performance. Read about this innovative technology here: https://lenovopress.com/lp1066-intel-optane-dc-persistent-memory
Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory represents a new class of memory and storage technology explicitly architected for data center usage. It offers three main benefits:
- Significantly lower latency than fetching data from system storage
- High capacities
- Affordable cost
This means the DCPMMs have performance characteristics similar to that of TruDDR4 DIMMs, the storage capacity of an SSD, and the ability to stay active after a power cycle or reboot of the server. These features open up a new way of performing data I/O to application developers and new levels of server performance to customers.
This product guide describes the Data Center Persistent Memory Modules (DCPMMs) and provides essential pre-sales information to understand the memory modules, their key features and specifications, and compatibility. This guide is intended for technical specialists, sales specialists, sales engineers, and IT architects who want to learn more about the DCPMMs and consider their use in IT solutions.
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