At the recent SIGGRAPH 2022, Lenovo announces the ThinkStation P358 workstation, powered by AMD Ryzen Pro 5000 series processors for the first time. In addition, Lenovo introduced the new ThinkPad P15v and ThinkPad P14s, mobile workstations powered by Ryzen Pro 6000 series processors, giving customers more options to meet evolving workflow needs.
Compared with the Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5000 series on the ThinkStation P620, the new ThinkStation P358 is closer to the mainstream solution. Lenovo offers a variety of Ryzen processor options in the ThinkStation P358, including Ryzen Pro 5645/5845/5945 processors, the corresponding cores/threads are 6 cores and 12 threads (boost clock 4.6 GHz), 8 cores and 16 threads (boost clock 4.6 GHz) and 12 cores and 24 threads (boost clock 4.7 GHz).
Users can choose between NVIDIA workstation or GeForce RTX graphics cards, up to RTX A2000 or RTX 3080, memory up to 128GB of DDR4-3200 (ECC or non-ECC), and up to 10TB of storage ( using a 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD).
The ThinkPad P15v uses a Ryzen Pro 6000H series processor, with Nvidia’s workstation graphics card, and a 15.6-inch screen with up to 4K resolution. Lenovo says it has closed the performance gap with high-end workstations with AMD’s next-generation mobile processors with integrated security capabilities and Nvidia’s workstation graphics cards.
The ThinkPad P14s is powered by the Ryzen Pro 6000U series processor, with a maximum optional 14-inch screen with 4K resolution. Better portability allows users to be creative anytime, anywhere, and at an affordable price.
Lenovo says these mobile workstations have been tested at the highest level, passing MIL-SPEC standards and ISV certification.