Did you know that Lenovo ThinkSystem servers, powered by AMD EPYC™ CPUs, can help reduce TCO?

As remote working and, therefore, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) deployment has become increasingly essential, performance, scalability and security as well as TCO and other cost considerations have risen in importance along with it. How do you achieve a more rapid time to value and maximize the efficiency of your IT investment?

AMD EPYC™ processors deliver a far lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than you’d find elsewhere. Helping to reduce TCO by up to 68% over three years, they’re not only more energy efficient than rivals, but also deliver superior performance, giving you more virtual desktop sessions per server.

To support 1000 virtual desktop sessions, you’d need ten servers using two Intel® Xeon® Gold 5220 processors (36C). Yet you need just five servers powered with two AMD EPYC™ 7F72 (48C) processors to perform the same task. With far fewer servers powering your networks, you can save on data center space, energy, and cooling, delivering an estimated 43–53% reduction in energy and cooling costs. Similarly, the cost per user of VDI deployments can be decreased by as much as 59%.

Lenovo and AMD EPYC™ solutions deliver the best performance for your business-critical applications while offering outstanding TCO benefits.

Check out this infographic to see how.