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Lenovo Launches New ThinkStation P620

Lenovo has launched the next-generation of its ThinkStation P620 desktop workstation.

Powered by the AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO 5000WX-Series processor, which Lenovo claims offers 25 per cent better performance over its previous machine, and available with a new 24 core CPU option, this is a high-powered beast for work and play.

It includes support for up to two NVIDIA RTX A6000 graphics cards, up to 1TB of memory and 20TB of storage. It boasts increased clock speeds up to 4.5GHz, up to 64 core processor, and 10GB of built-in ethernet.

“Lenovo’s ThinkStation P620 workstation provides impactful and innovative advantages that have elevated our various workflows,” said Skottie Miller, Technology Fellow at DreamWorks Animation.

“As we deploy more of Lenovo’s workstations across all departments, we are excited about the opportunities their technology brings to our studio. With the impressive power and speed of the P620, we look forward to improved performance and multi-threaded application environments and the ability to engage with new experiences that will help bring our next cutting-edge animation feature films to life.”

“In an era of ongoing uncertainty and hybrid work environments, our customers rely on us now more than ever to deliver innovative workstation solutions that allow them to gain a business edge in their respective industries and maximise employee productivity no matter where they’re working from,” said Rob Herman, General Manager, Workstation and Client AI Business Unit, Lenovo.

“The next-generation ThinkStation P620, powered by the latest AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO processor, expands on the previous generation’s unrivaled performance so professionals can create, build and design faster and without compromise.”

The ThinkStation P620 will be available from March 21, with Australian pricing to come.



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