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Abstract

The SE360 V2 is a purpose-built server that is a 2U high and half width making it significantly smaller than a traditional server, ideal for deployment in tight spaces. It can be mounted on a wall, ceiling, placed on a desk or mounted in a rack. The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server puts increased processing power, storage and network closer to where data is generated. For customers that want on-premise deployments and outside data center looking for reduced latency by processing at the edge.

This product guide provides essential pre-sales information to understand the ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server, its key features and specifications, components and options, and configuration guidelines. This guide is intended for technical specialists, sales specialists, sales engineers, IT architects, and other IT professionals who want to learn more about the SE360 V2 and consider its use in IT solutions.

Change History

Changes in the April 18, 2024 update:

  • Updated description for the following under Components and connectors section:
    • Bottom view internal drives
  • Added the following to "Acoustical noise emissions" note under Operating environment section:
    • The operating profile is represented by 80% CPU TDP or 70%/30% storage read/write or 100% GPU workload.

Introduction

The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 is a purpose-built server that is half the width and significantly shorter than a traditional server, making it ideal for deployment in tight spaces. It can be mounted on a wall, ceiling, placed on a desk or mounted in a rack. The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 puts increased processing power, storage and network closer to where data is generated, allowing actions resulting from the analysis of that data to take place more quickly.

The SE360 V2 is designed to handle a wide range of workloads, such as: Augmented Reality, CDN, Edge AI & MRP, Machine Learning, NFV, Online Gaming, Realtime processing, Smart surveillance,Video Analytic & Streaming.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2
Figure 1. Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 (shown with wireless LAN antennas)

Did you know?

Customers looking for computing solutions at the edge of their networks often have to compromise -- to use either datacenter-class equipment which is too large and power hungry, or PC based equipment which can't run their enterprise level applications. The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 fits the space between those two extremes. Its compact design, low power usage, and high performance are just the right combination for edge locations. The SE360 V2 can be mounted on a wall, rack, ceiling and placed on a desk. It is also designed to operate in rugged environments from 0°C to up to 55°C.

Key features

The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 is a purpose-built server that is half the width and significantly shorter than a traditional server, making it ideal for deployment in tight spaces. The small footprint with integrated AC/DC can be mounted on a wall, ceiling, in a rack or placed on a desk.

The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server puts increased processing power, storage and network closer to where data is generated, allowing actions resulting from the analysis of that data to take place more quickly. The server has wired connections for 1GbE, 10GbE/25GbE and optionally supporting wireless LAN (WLAN) to enable connectivity to Wi-Fi clients.

Since these edge servers are typically deployed outside of secure data centers, they include technology that encrypts the data stored on the device if it is tampered with, only enabling authorized users to access it.

Scalability and performance

The SE360 V2 offers numerous features to boost performance, improve scalability and reduce costs: 

  • Support a single processor from the Intel Xeon D Processor family. Supports processors up to 16 cores, core speeds of up to 2.1 GHz, and TDP ratings of up to 100W.
  • Intelligent and adaptive system performance with Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 allows processor cores to run at maximum speeds during peak workloads by temporarily going beyond processor TDP.
  • Intel Hyper-Threading Technology boosts performance for multithreaded applications by enabling simultaneous multithreading within each processor core, up to two threads per core.
  • Intel Virtualization Technology integrates hardware-level virtualization hooks that allow operating system vendors to better use the hardware for virtualization workloads.
  • Support for up to 4 TruDDR4 memory DIMMs an up to 256 GB of memory using 64 GB DIMMs.
  • Up to 8 M.2 data drives -- NVMe -- provide efficient and rugged storage for edge workloads.
  • Supports 1 or 2 additional M.2 NVMe drives for OS boot and applications, allowing the convenience of separating application code from data.
  • The use of NVMe drives increased performance over SATA drives, in terms of throughput, bandwidth, and latency.
  • 1GbE I/O board or 10GbE/25GbE SFP28 I/O board to support low and high-speed networking to back-end servers.
  • One PCIe 4.0 x16 slot for a GPU or LAN adapter provides I/O flexibility as needed. Two PCIe 4.0 x16 slot for GPU or other adapter types
  • Support for the NVIDIA A2 , NVIDIA L4 or Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 for enhanced workloads at the edge of your network.

Availability and serviceability

The SE360 V2 provides many features to simplify serviceability and increase system uptime:

  • Supports remote management, including remote control functions down to the UEFI level (most models) makes managing the edge servers easy even without onsite IT personnel.
  • ECC memory and memory RAS features including Single Device Data Correction (SDDC, also known as Chipkill).
  • RAID redundancy for greater system uptime.
  • Two external redundant AC Adapter power supplies and N+1 redundant fans to provide improved availability.
  • Remote management can be performed by using wireless connectivity
  • Built-in XClarity Controller continuously monitors system parameters, triggers alerts, and performs recovery actions in case of failures to minimize downtime.
  • Built-in diagnostics in UEFI, using Lenovo XClarity Provisioning Manager, speed up troubleshooting tasks to reduce service time.
  • Lenovo XClarity Provisioning Manager collects and saves service data to USB key drive or remote CIFS share folder, for troubleshooting and to reduce service time.
  • Auto restart in the event of a loss of AC power
  • Support for the XClarity Administrator Mobile app running on a supported smartphone and connected to the server through the service-enabled USB port, enables additional local systems management functions.
  • Three-year customer-replaceable unit and onsite limited warranty, 9 x 5 next business day. Optional service upgrades are available.

Manageability and security

Systems management features simplify local and remote management of the SE360 V2:

  • The server includes XClarity Controller 2 (XCC2) to monitor server availability. Optional upgrade to XCC Platinum to provide remote control (keyboard video mouse) functions, support for the mounting of remote media files (ISO and IMG image files), boot capture, power capping and new XCC2 Platinum features. New XCC2 Platinum features include System Guard, new security modes including a CNSA-compliant mode, FIPS 140-3 and NIST 800-193 support, and a new Neighbor Group feature.
  • Lenovo XClarity Administrator offers comprehensive hardware management tools that help to increase uptime, reduce costs and improve productivity through advanced server management capabilities.
  • IT Administrators can securely claim and activate the SE360 V2 remotely through the ThinkShield Key Vault Portal, available on the web. They can also manage and unlock their global IoT edge fleet for initial operation and in case of tamper. The ThinkShield Edge Mobile Management app enables Edge Users to securely claim and activate the ThinkSystem SE360 V2 in an easy to use Web UI. ThinkShield 2.0 support.
  • New UEFI-based Lenovo XClarity Provisioning Manager, accessible from F1 during boot, provides system inventory information, graphical UEFI Setup, platform update function, RAID Setup wizard, operating system installation function, and diagnostic functions.
  • Support for Lenovo XClarity Energy Manager, which captures real-time power and temperature data from the server and provides automated controls to lower energy costs.
  • Integrated Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 support enables advanced cryptographic methods, such as digital signatures and remote attestation.
  • Supports Secure Boot to ensure only a digitally signed operating system can be used.
  • Industry-standard Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) NI support for faster, stronger encryption.
  • Intel Execute Disable Bit functionality can prevent certain classes of malicious buffer overflow attacks when combined with a supported operating system.
  • Intel Trusted Execution Technology provides enhanced security through hardware-based resistance to malicious software attacks, allowing an application to run in its own isolated space, protected from all other software running on a system.

View in Augmented Reality

View the SE360 V2 in augmented reality (AR) using your smartphone or tablet.

Simply follow these steps:

  1. Scan the QR code with the camera app on your phone*
  2. Point your phone at a flat surface
  3. Wait a few seconds for the model to appear

* If you're viewing this document on your phone or tablet, simply tap the QR code

Once the server appears, you can move your phone around it. You can also drag or rotate the server to reposition it.

3D Tour: ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Server augmented reality view

Components and connectors

The ports on the front of the SE360 V2 server depend on which network module is installed.

The following figure shows server with the 1GbE board network module installed. With this network module, the server supports a variety of wired connectivity capabilities: four 1GbE Ethernet ports, two 2.5 Gb Ethernet ports, and 1 port management LAN.

Front view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 with 1G I/O board
Figure 2. Front view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server with 1GbE network module

The following figure shows server with the 10/25GbE network module installed. With this network module, the server supports a variety of wired connectivity capabilities: four 10/25GbE Ethernet ports, two 2.5 Gb Ethernet ports, and 1 port management LAN.

SE360V2  with 0/25GbE module

Figure 3. Front view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server with 10/25GbE network module

The following figure shows the rear of the SE360 V2 server.

Rear view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2
Figure 4. Rear view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 with DC input connector

The following figure shows the rear of the SE360 V2 with AC input.

SE360 V2 with AC input

Figure 5. Rear view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 with AC input connector

The following figure shows the locations of key components inside the server.

Internal view of the SE360 V2
Figure 6. Top internal view of the Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2

The following figure shows the bottom drives.

Bottom internal view of drives
Figure 7. Bottom internal view SE360 V2

System architecture

The following figure shows the architectural block diagram of the SE360 V2 system, showing the major components and connections.

Tip: The wrench icons show where the local and remote management functions are enabled

SE360 V2 system board - architectural block diagram
Figure 8. SE360 V2 system board - architectural block diagram

The system board connects to a network module which provides all wired and wireless network connections. Two network modules are offered. 1Gb I/O Board Module, 25G/10G IO Board Module. The block diagrams are shown in the following figures. All wired connections are at the front of the server.

SE360 V2 network modules - architectural block diagrams
Figure 9. SE360 V2 network modules - architectural block diagrams

Standard specifications

The following table lists the standard specifications.

Table 1. Standard specifications
Components Specification
Machine types 7DAM - SE360 V2 - 3 year warranty 
7DBN - SE360 V2 2U2N Enclosure - 3 year warranty
Form factor ThinkEdge, 2U high
Processor One Intel Xeon D-2700 Series processor (formerly codenamed "Icelake D"). Supports processors up to 16 cores, core speeds of up to 2.1 GHz, and TDP ratings of up to 100W. Processor is soldered onto system board.
Memory 4 DIMM slots. The processor has 4 memory channels, with 1 DIMM per channel. Lenovo TruDDR4 DIMMs operating at 3200 MHz. RDIMMs are supported
Memory maximum Up to 256GB with 4x 64GB RDIMMs
Memory protection ECC, SDDC (for x4-based memory DIMMs)
Drive bays 2.5-inch 7mm drive bays:
  ▪️Up to 2x 2.5-inch 7mm hot-swap bays (NVMe/SATA)
Internal drives for Data drive:
  ▪️Up to 8x 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives
Internal drives for OS boot:
  ▪️I/O module supporting up to two 2280 NVMe M.2 drives
Maximum data storage NVMe drives:
  ▪️30.72 TB using 8x 3.84TB M.2 NVMe SSD drives or 7.68 TB using 2x 3.84 7mm NVMe drives
SATA drives:
  ▪️15.36 TB using 2x 7.68TB 7mm SATA SSD drives
Storage controller
  • Boot drives:
    • Onboard NVMe controller supporting RAID 0, 1 (with Intel VROC RAID support)
  • Data drives:
    • Onboard SATA controller supporting RAID 0, 1 (with Intel VROC RAID support)
    • Onboard NVMe controller supporting RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 (with Intel VROC RAID support)
Network interfaces

Networking depends the network module selected:

  • System Front View with 1G IO board:  4x 1GbE RJ45, 2x 2.5GbE RJ45,  dedicated port for remote management, 1x 1GbE RJ45 can be shared with the XCC management processor. 
  • System Front View with 25G/10G IO board: 4x 10 / 25GbE SFP, 2x 2.5GbE RJ45,  dedicated port for remote management HIDE
  • Wireless/Bluetooth
    • Four wireless SMA connectors for WLAN
    • One wireless SMA connector for Bluetooth
    • WLAN 128/192-bits encrypted WPA2, WPA3 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax

The PCIe 4.0 x16 slot can also be used for an additional network card if desired

PCI Expansion slots Up to two PCIe 4.0 x16 slots:
  • One full height half length + One half height half length or two half height half length
Ports

Front: 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) Type-A ports, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps) Type-C, 1x USB 2.0 Type-C connector

Rear: 1x RJ-45 serial port

Cooling Two non hot-swap 80mm FANs, N+1 redundant in most configurations.
Power supply

AC-DC converter embedded:

  • AC Power Cord to external 300W adapter mode (5°C to 40°C with node, not supported in Rack)
  • DC using Direct Connection (12-48V) (0°C to 55°C)
  • Pure AC Input Mode (0°C to 55°C)
Video Embedded graphics with 16 MB memory with 2D hardware accelerator, integrated into the XClarity Controller 2 management controller. Maximum resolution is 1920x1200 32bpp at 60Hz.
Systems management Operator panel with status LEDs. Dedicated ports for local management (USB type-C for use with mobile app) and remote management (RJ45 Ethernet ports). Remote management can also be performed from a wireless connection (disabled by default). XClarity Controller 2 (XCC2) embedded management controller, XClarity Administrator centralized infrastructure delivery, XClarity Integrator plugins, and XClarity Energy Manager centralized server power management. Optional XClarity Controller Advanced to enable remote control functions. ThinkShield Edge Mobile Management mobile app and XClarity Mobile app for local onsite SE360 V2 server management. 
Security features TPM 2.0 (WW) / TCM Nation Z (China only).
Operating systems supported Alma Linux, Canonical Ubuntu, Ubuntu enterprise, Microsoft Windows Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Rocky Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, VMware ESXi. See the Operating system support section for specifics.
Mounting options Standalone, desktop mount, DIN Rail or Wall mount, ceiling mount and Standard Rack (2U2N).
Limited warranty Three-year customer-replaceable unit and onsite limited warranty with 9x5 next business day (NBD).
Service and support Optional service upgrades are available through Lenovo Services: 4-hour or 2-hour response time, 6-hour fix time, 1-year or 2-year warranty extension, software support for Lenovo hardware and some third-party applications.
Dimensions Height 84.5 mm (3.33 in.), width: 212 mm (8.35 in.), depth: 317.5 mm (12.5 in.)
Weight Max weight: 6.5kg (14.33 lbs) – without external AC adapter 
Max weight: 6.572kg (14.5 lbs) – with 2 external AC adapter

Models

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 models can be configured by using the Lenovo Data Center Solution Configurator (DCSC).

Topics in this section:

CTO models

Configure-to-order (CTO) models are used to create models with factory-integrated server customizations. One CTO model is available for the SE360 V2 as listed in the following table:

  • The CTO1WW base CTO model is for general business and is selectable by choosing General Purpose mode in DCSC.

Controlled GPU models: The "Controlled GPU" base CTO models listed in the table are the only models that support high-performance GPUs and accelerators. These models are classified under US Government ECCN regulations and have limited market and customer availability. All other base models do not support high-performance GPUs.

The following table lists the base CTO models of the ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server

Table 2. Base CTO models
Machine Type/Model
General purpose
Description
7DAMCTO1WW   ThinkEdge SE360 V2 - 3yr Warranty
7DAMCTOAWW ThinkEdge SE360 V2 with Controlled GPU

CTO models for Ubuntu

The SE360 V2 can run Ubuntu, however OS-based wireless LAN is not supported. For ease of configuration, the following Base CTO models have been announced to assist building a configuration that can be used with Ubuntu.

Note: SE360 V2 models with Ubuntu do not support X86 WLAN. However XCC WLAN to remotely manage BMC is available.

The following table lists the only CTO models of the ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server supporting Ubuntu

Table 3. Base CTO models for SE360 V2 with Ubuntu
Machine Type/Model Description
7DAMCTOBWW  ThinkEdge SE360 V2 3Y Ubuntu with Controlled GPU
7DAMCTO2WW  ThinkEdge SE360 V2 3Y Ubuntu

Enclosure models

The following table lists the base CTO models of the Enclosures.

Table 4. Enclosure CTO models
Machine Type/Model
General purpose
Description
7DBNCTO1WW Lenovo ThinkEdge SE360 V2 2U2N Enclosure

Preconfigured models

The following tables list the available models, grouped by region.

Refer to the Specifications section for information about standard features of the server.

Models for Asia Pacific region

The following table lists the models for the Asia Pacific region: Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam

Table 5. Models for Asia Pacific markets
Model Intel
processors
Memory Network
module
Data drives* Boot drives VROC Power supply XCC2 MicroSD Mount
Standard models with a 3-year warranty (machine type 7DAM)
7DAMA00ZAP D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x10/25Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS  Std Yes Marine
7DAMA014AP D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x1Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine

* Number of M.2 Data slots standard / maximum

Models for Brazil

Table 6. Models for Brazil
Model Intel
processors
Memory Network
module
Data drives* Boot drive      VROC Power supply XCC2 MicroSD Mount
Standard models with a 3-year warranty (machine type 7DAM)
7DAMA013BR D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x1Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine
7DAMA00YBR D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x10/25Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine

* Number of M.2 Data slots standard / maximum

Models for Models for Latin American countries (except Brazil)

Table 7. Models for Models for Latin American countries (except Brazil)
Model Intel
processors
Memory Network
module
Data drives* Boot drive VROC Power supply XCC2 MicroSD Mount
TopSeller models with a 3-year warranty (machine type 7DAM)
7DAMA012LA D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x1Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine
7DAMA00YLA D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x10/25Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960G Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine

* Number of M.2 Data slots standard / maximum

Models for USA and Canada

Table 8. Models for USA and Canada
Model Intel
processors
Memory Network
module
Data drives* Boot drive VROC Power supply XCC2 MicroSD Mount
Standard models with 3-year warranty (machine type 7DAM)
7DAMA00YNA D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x10/25Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine
7DAMA011NA D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x1Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine

* Number of M.2 Data slots standard / maximum

Models for Canada

Table 9. Models for Canada
Model Intel
processors
Memory Network
module
Data drives* Boot drive VROC Power supply XCC2 MicroSD Mount
Standard models with 3-year warranty (machine type 7DAM)
7DAMA016CN D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x10/25Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine
7DAMA017CN D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x1Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine

* Number of M.2 Data slots standard / maximum

Models for EMEA countries

Table 10. Models for EMEA countries
Model Intel
processors
Memory Network
module
Data drives* Boot drive VROC Power supply XCC2 MicroSD Mount
Standard models with 3-year warranty (machine type 7DAM)
7DAMA015EA D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x1Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine
7DAMA010EA D-2752TER 4x 32GB 4x10/25Gb 8x 3.84TB / 8 2x 960GB Premium 1x 500W non-HS Std Yes Marine

* Number of M.2 Data slots standard / maximum

Processors

The SE360 V2 supports processors in the Intel Xeon D-2700 family of processors (formerly codenamed "Icelake D"). The server supports one processor and the processor is soldered on the system board.

The table below lists the supported processors.

All supported processors have the following characteristics:

  • AI capable: Intel AVX-512, VNNI, OpenVINO
  • Intel Turbo Boost 3.1
  • Intel Hyper-Threading Technology 
  • Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-c, VT-x, VT-d) 
  • Intel AES New Instructions
  • Intel Trusted Execution Technology
  • Converged Boot Guard (CBnT)
  • Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX)
  • Intel Boot Guard
  • Faster Boot with Slim Bootloader
  • Time Coordinated Computing (TCC)

Part numbers: There are no part numbers for processors because there are no field upgrades supported.

Table 11. Processor options for the SE360 V2
Feature code* Description
BS3W / BS41 ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2733NT 8C 80W 2.1 GHz
BS3V / BS40 ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2712T 4C 65W 1.9 GHz
BS3Z / BS44 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2752TER 12C 77W 1.8 GHz**
BS3X / BS42 ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2775TE 16C 100W 2.0 GHz

* The second feature code is for CTO orders from NA and LA geographies, and for Brazil
**12C processor supports - 20C to 65C degree configuration. The other processors support 0C-55C degree configuration only

The following table lists the features of the supported processors.

Table 12. Processor specifications
Intel model Cores /
Threads
HT TB Base
Frequency
Max Turbo
Frequency
L3 Cache Ethernet mode Memory
channels
Memory
bus
TDP
D-2712T 4 Y Y 1.90 GHz 3.0 GHz 15 MB 50 G 4 2667 MHz 65 W
D-2733NT 8 Y Y 2.10 GHz 3.20 GHz 15 MB 50 G 4 2667 MHz 80 W
D-2752TER 12 Y 1.80 GHz 2.80 GHz 20 MB 50 G 4 2933 MHz 77 W
D-2775TE 16 Y Y 2.00 GHz 3.1 GHz 25 MB 100 G 4 2933 MHz 100 W

Note: 10/25GbE I/O module LAN speed depends on CPU ethernet mode, 4x 10GbE (max 50 G) or 4x 25GbE (max 100G)
Note: 20-core processor support: The processors listed here have up to 16 cores. The server also supports 20-core processors, however these are currently only available via special bid/CORE. Please contact your Lenovo sales representative.

Memory options

The server uses processors with 4 memory channels and supports 1 DIMM per channel, for a total of 4 DIMMs. The server supports up to 256GB of memory using 4x 64 GB RDIMMs.

The following table lists the memory options that are available for the server.

Lenovo TruDDR4 memory uses the highest quality components that are sourced from Tier 1 DRAM suppliers and only memory that meets the strict requirements of Lenovo is selected. It is compatibility tested and tuned to maximize performance and reliability. From a service and support standpoint, Lenovo TruDDR4 memory automatically assumes the system warranty, and Lenovo provides service and support worldwide.

Table 13. Supported memory options
Part
number
Feature
code
Description Minimum
supported
Maximum
supported
RDIMMs
4X77A08635 B966 ThinkSystem 64GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM 1 4
4X77A08634 B965 ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx8 1.2V) RDIMM 1 4
4X77A08632 B963 ThinkSystem 16GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx8 1.2V) RDIMM 1 4
4X77A08633 B964 ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM 1 4
4X77A83361 BS5C ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM Extended Temperature 1 4

 

The following rules apply when selecting the memory configuration:

  • DIMM installation sequence 1, 4, 2 & 3
  • One DIMM per channel only
  • Three DIMMs are not supported
  • The server supports RDIMMs
  • Mix of 2Rx4 and 2Rx8 based DIMMs across channels are not supported
  • Mix of 16GB 2Rx8 & 32GB 2Rx8 across channels are supported
  • Mix of 32GB 2Rx4 & 64GB 2Rx4 across channels are supported
  • Memory mirroring and memory rank sparing are not supported
  • Server supports Independent mode
  • Rank sparing, ADDC, channel mirroring, hemisphere modes, and 2LM are not supported with Software Guard Extensions (SGX)
  • Extended Temperature DIMM must selected with 12 Core MB
  • Extended Temperature DIMM support -20C to 65C degree configuration while other DIMM support 0-55C only. 
  • ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM Extended Temperature not allow to mix with other DIMMs even across channel.
  • ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM Extended Temperature must select with 12Core MB_CPU

The following memory protection technologies are supported:

  • ECC detection/correction

I/O expansion

The SE360 V2 supports riser cage (or riser assembly) for I/O and storage.

The SE360 V2 has seven types of riser cage that supply 7mm Backplane or PCIe slot or M.2 adapter or space for Geotracking. The following figure shows the location of the riser cage.

Location of riser cage SE360 V2
Figure 10. Location of riser cage SE360 V2

The two halves of the riser, referred to as "wings", support 7mm Backplane or PCIe slot or M.2 data drive adapter depending on the riser. The left wing is on the left side and the right wing is on the right side as viewed from the front of the server. You must select a riser card in the server.

Table 14. SE360 V2 riser card selections
Part number Feature code Description

Maximum

supported

4XF7A86293 BS5J ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + 7mm Backplane) 1
4XF7A86292 BS5H ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser) 1
4XF7A86291 BS5F ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser) 1
4XF7A86290 BS5D ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser) 1
4XF7A86294 BS5K ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + 7mm Backplane) 1
4XF7A86288 BS5E ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser) w/ Geotracking 1
4XF7A86289 BS5G ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser) w/ Geotracking 1

The following are images of the supported riser cage 

Riser assembly (PCIe Riser + 7mm Backplane): When viewed from the underside, is shown in the following figure. The figure shows the left wing supports SATA/NVMe 7mm SSD drives and the right wing offers a PCIe 4.0 x16 Low Profile slot for supported adapters.

SE360 V2 PCIe Riser Cage
Figure 11. ThinkSystem SE360 V2 PCIe Riser Cage (feature BS5J)

SE360 V2 RISER Cage (PCIe Riser + 7mm BP1/2)

Figure 12. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + 7mm Backplane) (feature BS5J)

Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser): The left wing support up to 4x 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives and right wing support up to 4x 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives, which can support up to 8x M.2 drives on riser totally.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser)

Figure 13. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser) (feature BS5H)

Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser): The left wing offers a PCIe 4.0 x16 full high half length slot for supported adapters and right wing support up to 4x 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser)

Figure 14. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser) (feature BS5F)

Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser): The left wing offers a PCIe 4.0 x16 full high half length slot for supported adapters and right wing offers a PCIe 4.0 x16 Low Profile slot for supported adapters, this riser can support up to 2x PCIe adapter totally.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser)

Figure 15. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser) (feature BS5D)

Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + 7mm Backplane): The left wing supports SATA/NVMe 7mm SSD drives and the right wing support up to 4x 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + 7mm Backplane)

Figure 16. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + 7mm Backplane) (feature BS5K)

Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser) w/ Geotracking: The left wing and right wing offers two PCIe 4.0 x16 Low Profile slot for supported adapters and left wing have space for Geotracking, this riser can support up to 2x PCIe adapter totally.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser) Geotracking

Figure 17. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser) w/ Geotracking (feature BS5E)

Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser) w/ Geotracking: The left wing have space for Geotracking with one PCIe 4.0 x16 Low Profile slot for supported adapters and right wing support up to 4x 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives.

ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser) Geotracking

Figure 18. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser) w/ Geotracking (feature BS5G)

Internal storage

The internal storage of the SE360 V2 server is implemented as M.2 NVMe drives and 7mm SATA/NVMe SSD. The drives are defined as either boot drives or data drives, based on their intended use in the server.

Internal drives are as follows:

  • Data drives are installed in left wing or right wing of riser cage and in bottom M.2 adapter. System can support up to 8x NVMe M.2 drives total.
  • Left wing: up to 2x SATA/NVMe 2.5-inch 7mm drives or up to 4x M.2 PCIe 4.0 drives with M.2 adapter.
  • Right wing: up to 4x M.2 PCIe 4.0 drives with M.2 adapter.
  • Bottom M.2 adapter (M.2 cabled adapter module BS5M): up to 2x M.2 PCIe 3.0 drives with M.2 adapter. However due to thermal limitations bottom adapter BS5M is not supported when Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser) (feature BS5H) is installed in server. 

Note: Left wing and right wing M.2 adapter design use one M.2 holder to assembly M.2 SSD on top/bottom side, which means M.2 SSD length must be the same as 2280/22110 that assembled on one holder.

Boot drives are installed on I/O module with dedicated slot, either one or two 2280 NVMe M.2 drives are supported.

Ordering information for the adapter module is listed in the following table.

Table 15. Adapter module
Part number Feature code Description Maximum
supported
CTO only BS5M ThinkEdge SE360 V2 M.2 Cabled Adapter Module 1

Controllers for internal storage

The SE360 V2 supports the following for internal storage:

  • Onboard NVMe controller supporting RAID 0, 1 (with Intel VROC RAID support) - boot drives
  • Onboard SATA* controller supporting RAID 0, 1 (with Intel VROC RAID support) - data drives
  • Onboard NVMe** controller supporting RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 (with Intel VROC RAID support) - data drives

*Up to 2 SATA SSD are supported

**RAID 5 minimum 4 drives are required.  RAID 10 minimum 4 drives are required.

Additional RAID notes:

  • For a maximum of 8 SSDs two VROC RAID are needed.
  • SE360 V2 RAID volume can’t cross NVMe controller.
  • Not allow to support RAID between below 3 NVMe controller.
  • Data RAID NVMe controller: Slot3, Slot4, Slot5, Slot6
  • Data RAID NVMe controller: Slot7, Slot8, Slot9, Slot10
  • Data RAID NVMe controller: Slot11, Slot12, Bay0, Bay1

Intel VROC onboard RAID

Intel VROC (Virtual RAID on CPU) is a feature of the Intel processor that enables RAID support.

There are two separate functions of VROC in the SE360 V2:

  • Intel VROC SATA RAID, formerly known as Intel RSTe
  • Intel VROC NVMe RAID

VROC SATA RAID (RSTe) is available and supported with all SATA drives, both SATA SSDs and SATA HDDs. It offers a 6 Gb/s connection to each drive and on the SE360 V2 implements RAID levels 0 and 1. RAID 1 is limited to 2 drives per array. Hot-spare functionality is also supported.

VROC NVMe RAID offers RAID support for any NVMe drives directly connected to the ports on the server's system board. On the SE360 V2, it implements RAID levels 0, 1, 5, and 10. RAID 1 is limited to 2 drives per array, and RAID 10 is limited to 4 drives per array. Hot-spare functionality is also supported.

The following options are available as follows:

  • VROC NVMe RAID on the SE360 V2 by default is disabled and does not support NVMe RAID. In configurator selecting "none" would mean default, same as JBOD. 
  • Selecting VROC Standard, feature code BR9B/BS7M, to support  RAID-0/1/10.
  • Selecting VROC Premium, feature code B96G/BS7N, to support RAID-0/1/5/10.

VROC Standard or Premium are fulfilled as a Feature on Demand (FoD) license and is activated via the XCC management processor user interface.

Table 16. VROC upgrade
Part
number
Feature
code
Description
4L47A39164 B96G / BS7N Intel VROC (VMD NVMe RAID) Premium / Premium for M.2
4L47A83669 BR9B / BS7M Intel VROC (VMD NVMe RAID) Standard / Standard for M.2


VROC Premium is only needed on the SE360 V2 for RAID-5 support with NVMe drives. You do not need the VROC Premium license upgrade under any of the following conditions:

  • If you have SATA drives connected to the onboard SATA ports, you do not need VROC Premium.
  • If you are using RAID 0, 1 or 10 with NVMe drives, you do not need VROC Premium.

Virtualization support: Virtualization support for Intel VROC is as follows:

  • VROC SATA RAID (RSTe): VROC SATA RAID is not supported by virtualization hypervisors such as ESXi, KVM, Xen, and Hyper-V. Virtualization is only supported on the onboard SATA ports in AHCI (non-RAID) mode.
  • VROC (VMD) NVMe RAID: VROC (VMD) NVMe RAID is supported by ESXi, KVM, Xen, and Hyper-V. ESXi support is limited to RAID 1 only; other RAID levels are not supported. Windows and Linux OSes support VROC RAID NVMe, both for host boot functions and for guest OS function, and RAID-0, 1, 5, and 10 are supported.

Internal drive options

The following table lists the supported drive options.

  • 7mm drive bays:
    • 7mm 2.5-inch hot-swap 6 Gb SATA SSDs
    • 7mm 2.5-inch hot-swap PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSDs
  • M.2 drives for boot and data:
    • 2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives

The following table lists the supported drive options.

Table 17. Supported list of drives
Part
number
Feature
code
Description Max
Qty
7mm 2.5-inch hot-swap 6 Gb SATA SSDs
4XB7A17106 BK79 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 240GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A17107 BK7A ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 480GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A17108 BK7B ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 960GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A78622 BM8E ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 1.92TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A78623 BM8D ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 3.84TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A78624 BM8C ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 7.68TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A82264 BQ1U ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 240GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A82265 BQ1V ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 480GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A82266 BQ1W ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 960GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A82267 BR13 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A82268 BR12 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
4XB7A82269 BR11 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 7.68TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD 2
7mm 2.5-inch hot-swap PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSDs
4XB7A82851 BS45 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 MAX 800GB Mixed Use NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD 2
4XB7A82853 BPZ4 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 PRO 960GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD 2
4XB7A82855 BPZ5 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD 2
4XB7A82856 BPZ6 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD 2
2280/22110 NVMe M.2 drives
4XB7A82674 BQUJ* ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 960GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) (2280) 2
BSW7** 8
4XB7A83139 BS46* ThinkSystem M.2 N-30m2 480GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NHS SSD (Industrial) 2
BSW6** 8
4XB7A82676 BQUL** ThinkSystem M.2 7450 MAX 800GB Mixed Use NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) (2280) 8
4XB7A82675 BQUK** ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) (22110) 8
4XB7A82852 BRFZ** ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) (22110) 8
M.2 N-30m2 Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NHS SSD 
4XB7A90720 BYLL* ThinkSystem M.2 N-30m2 480GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NHS SSD (Industrial) 2
BZEE** 8
4XB7A90721 BYLM* ThinkSystem M.2 N-30m2 960GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NHS SSD (Industrial) 2
BZEF** 8
4XB7A90722 BYLN* ThinkSystem M.2 N-30m2 1.92TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NHS SSD (Industrial) 2
BZEG** 8
4XB7A91531 C0B1** ThinkSystem M.2 N-30m2 3.84TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 NHS SSD (Industrial) 8

* Boot drive
** Data drive

Optical drive

The server supports the external USB optical drive listed in the following table.

Table 18. External optical drive
Part number Feature code Description
7XA7A05926 AVV8 ThinkSystem External USB DVD RW Optical Disk Drive

The drive is based on the Lenovo Slim DVD Burner DB65 drive and supports the following formats: DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD-ROM, DVD-R DL, CD-RW, CD-R, CD-ROM.

Network Modules

The network ports on the front of the SE360 V2 are provided by a Network Module, a board that plugs into the system board by a dedicated connector. See the Internal view for the location of the cable. The Network Modules are listed in the following table.

Table 19. Network Modules
Part number Feature code Description
CTO only BS58 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 4x 1Gb, 2x 2.5Gb(TSN) I/O Module
CTO only BS57 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 4x 10/25Gb, 2x 2.5Gb(TSN) I/O Module
CTO only BS66 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 IO Cover Assembly for 1GbE I/O Module
CTO only BS65 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 IO Cover Assembly for 10/25GbE I/O Module

The 1GbE I/O module has the following characteristics:

  • 1GbE I/O module board
    • Two USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A connectors
    • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C connector (for display)
    • USB 2.0 Gen 1 Type-C connector with Lenovo XClarity Controller (XCC) management
    • One XCC system management port (1GbE RJ-45)
    • Four 1GbE RJ-45 connectors (LAN 3 to 6). LAN 6 with shared-NIC feature for Lenovo XClarity Controller
    • Two 2.5GbE RJ-45 connectors
    • Note:
      • 2.5Gb RJ45 ports support 100Mbps data transfer, but link speed LED keep dark, do not support 10Mbps. 
      • 2.5Gb port can support 1Gb speed as well with LED behaviors normally.
      • 1Gb RJ45 port support 100M bps if link peer does not force speed on 100Mbps since Icelake D doesn’t support 100M half-duplex and link LED is always green status, while ACT LED keeps green and wont blinking when transferring data; do not support 10Mbps

The 1GbE I/O network module is shown in the following figure.

Ports of the available SE360 V2 Network Module
Figure 19. Ports of the available 1GbE I/O network module

The 10/25GbE I/O network module has the following characteristics:

  • 10/25GbE SFP28 I/O module board
    • Two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A connectors
    • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C connector (supporting display)
    • USB 2.0 Gen 1 Type-C connector with Lenovo XClarity Controller (XCC) management
    • One XCC system management port (1GbE RJ-45)
    • Four 10/25GbE SFP28 connectors
    • 10G/25G port don’t support 10M/100M bps
    • Two 2.5GbE RJ-45 connectors

The 10/25GbE I/O network module is shown in the following figure.

Ports in the 10/25Gb I/O Module

Figure 20. Ports of the available 10/25GbE I/O network module

The Wireless Network Module has the following characteristics:

  • Support for wireless solution for data transmission and remote management
  • No LTE/5G wireless connection support
  • Support CPU WLAN and XCC WLAN with Bluetooth

    • By default both CPU WLAN and XCC WLAN with Bluetooth functions are disabled

    • CPU WLAN need install OS driver to enabled, XCC WLAN and Bluetooth can be enabled and configured in the XCC Web

    • WLAN 128/192-bits encrypted WPA2, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax

    • XCC Bluetooth support for activation to unlock server

    • CPU WLAN is able to make Wireless connectivity. Not only to connect to internet, but also be used as a backup network in the event that wired connections are offline

  • BMC WLAN + Bluetooth:
    • M.2 2230 WLAN card, industrial grade
    • Enablement/ Inventory controlled by XCC  
    • Cannot support country code auto-detection
    • Enabling Bluetooth selectively for mobile app activation 
    • Cannot support AP mode for security consideration
  • X86 WLAN
    • M.2 2230 WLAN card, Industrial grade
    • Set by Intel UEFI
    • Support country code auto-detection
    • Enablement/Inventory is not controlled by XCC
    • Support soft AP mode for WLAN clients to connect (max: 8 clients)
  • Note:
    CPU WLAN based on Intel AX210 module which have OS dependency as noted below:

    • Microsoft Windows Server
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

 

Table 20. Ordering the Wireless network module
Part number Feature code Description Quantity
required
CTO only BS59 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Wireless Module 1
4XF7A91007 BS5A ThinkEdge SE360 V2 WLAN Antenna 4

Market availability: Government regulations in different countries relevant to wireless radio frequency for WLAN” as “homologation”, or telecom regulation or wireless RF compliance and the criteria is laid out by government. Wireless may not be available in all markets/region due to homologation requirements.

Rack installation: The Wireless network module is not supported when the servers are installed in the 2U rack enclosure.

The block diagrams of the Network Modules are shown in the System architecture section.

The following are the supported transceivers for the Network Modules.

Table 21. Transceivers for Network Modules
Part number Feature code Description
10Gb transceivers
4TC7A78615 BNDR ThinkSystem Accelink 10G SR SFP+ Ethernet transceiver
46C3447 5053 SFP+ SR Transceiver
00MY034 ATTJ Lenovo Dual Rate 1G/10GB SFP Transceiver
25Gb transceivers
4M27A67041 BFH2 Lenovo 25Gb SR SFP28 Ethernet Transceiver
7G17A03537 AV1B Lenovo Dual Rate 10G/25G SR SFP28 Transceiver

The SFP28 ports of the Network Modules support the following fiber optic cables and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.

Table 22. Optical cables and DAC cables
Part number Feature code Description
LC-LC OM3 Fiber Optic Cables (these cables require a 10 GbE SFP+ SR transceiver)
00MN499 ASR5 Lenovo 0.5m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN502 ASR6 Lenovo 1m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN505 ASR7 Lenovo 3m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN508 ASR8 Lenovo 5m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN511 ASR9 Lenovo 10m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN514 ASRA Lenovo 15m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN517 ASRB Lenovo 25m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
00MN520 ASRC Lenovo 30m LC-LC OM3 MMF Cable
OM4 LC to LC Cables (these cables require a transceiver)
4Z57A10845 B2P9 Lenovo 0.5m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10846 B2PA Lenovo 1m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10847 B2PB Lenovo 3m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10848 B2PC Lenovo 5m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10849 B2PD Lenovo 10m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10850 B2PE Lenovo 15m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10851 B2PF Lenovo 25m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
4Z57A10852 B2PG Lenovo 30m LC-LC OM4 MMF Cable
SFP+ 10Gb Passive DAC Cables
00AY764 A51N 1.5m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
00AY765 A51P 2m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
90Y9430 A1PJ 3m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
25G SFP28 Active Optical Cables
7Z57A03541 AV1F Lenovo 3m 25G SFP28 Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03542 AV1G Lenovo 5m 25G SFP28 Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03543 AV1H Lenovo 10m 25G SFP28 Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03544 AV1J Lenovo 15m 25G SFP28 Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03545 AV1K Lenovo 20m 25G SFP28 Active Optical Cable
100G QSFP28 Breakout Active Optical Cables
7Z57A03551 AV1R Lenovo 3m 100G to 4x25G Breakout Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03552 AV1S Lenovo 5m 100G to 4x25G Breakout Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03553 AV1T Lenovo 10m 100G to 4x25G Breakout Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03554 AV1U Lenovo 15m 100G to 4x25G Breakout Active Optical Cable
7Z57A03555 AV1V Lenovo 20m 100G to 4x25G Breakout Active Optical Cable

The following table lists the direct-attach copper (DAC) cables that are supported in the 25GbE port.

Table 23. Copper cables
Part number Feature code Description
SFP+ 10Gb Passive DAC Cables
00D6288 A3RG 0.5m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
90Y9427 A1PH 1m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
00AY764 A51N 1.5m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
00AY765 A51P 2m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
90Y9430 A1PJ 3m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
90Y9433 A1PK 5m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
00D6151 A3RH 7m Passive DAC SFP+ Cable
SFP28 25Gb Passive DAC Cables
7Z57A03557 AV1W Lenovo 1m Passive 25G SFP28 DAC Cable
7Z57A03558 AV1X Lenovo 3m Passive 25G SFP28 DAC Cable
7Z57A03559 AV1Y Lenovo 5m Passive 25G SFP28 DAC Cable
QSFP28 100G-to-4x25G Breakout Cables
7Z57A03564 AV22 Lenovo 1m 100G QSFP28 to 4x25G SFP28 Breakout DAC Cable
7Z57A03565 AV23 Lenovo 3m 100G QSFP28 to 4x25G SFP28 Breakout DAC Cable
7Z57A03566 AV24 Lenovo 5m 100G QSFP28 to 4x25G SFP28 Breakout DAC Cable

The RJ45 ports of the Network Modules support the following Category 6 (CAT 6) cables.

Table 24. CAT6 cables
Part number Feature code Description
CAT6 Green Cables
00WE123 AVFW 0.75m CAT6 Green Cable
00WE127 AVFX 1.0m CAT6 Green Cable
00WE131 AVFY 1.25m CAT6 Green Cable
00WE135 AVFZ 1.5m CAT6 Green Cable
00WE139 AVG0 3m CAT6 Green Cable
90Y3715 A1MS 10m Yellow Cat6 Cable
90Y3718 A1MT 10m Green Cat6 Cable
90Y3721 A1MU 10m Blue Cat6 Cable
90Y3724 A1MV 25m Yellow Cat6 Cable
90Y3727 A1MW 25m Green Cat6 Cable
90Y3730 A1MX 25m Blue Cat6 Cable
CAT6 RJ45/RJ45
4X97A83980 BRW9 Lenovo 750mm Cat6 RJ45 White Cable without Jacket
4X97A83981 BRWA Lenovo 1000mm Cat6 RJ45 White Cable without Jacket
4X97A83982 BRWB Lenovo 1250mm Cat6 RJ45 White Cable without Jacket
4X97A83983 BRWC Lenovo 1500mm Cat6 RJ45 White Cable without Jacket
4X97A83984 BRWD Lenovo 3000mm Cat6 RJ45 White Cable without Jacket

Network adapters

The following table lists additional supported network adapters that can be installed in the PCIe slot when the PCIe Riser (feature BS5J, BS5F, BS5D, BS5E or BS5G) is selected.

Table 25. Supported PCIe Network Adapters
Part
number
Feature
code
Description Maximum
supported
Gigabit Ethernet
7ZT7A00535 AUZW ThinkSystem I350-T4 PCIe 1Gb 4-Port RJ45 Ethernet Adapter 2
10 GbE
4XC7A79699 BMXB ThinkSystem Intel X710-T4L 10GBase-T 4-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter 2
10/25 GbE
4XC7A08295 BCD6 ThinkSystem Intel E810-DA2 10/25GbE SFP28 2-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter 2

For more information, including the transceivers and cables that each adapter supports, see the list of Lenovo Press Product Guides in the Networking adapters category.

GPU adapters

The following table lists additional supported GPUs that can be installed in the PCIe slot when the PCIe Riser (feature BS5J, BS5F, BS5D, BS5E, or BS5G) is selected.

Table 26. Supported GPUs
Part number Feature code Description Maximum
supported
CTO only BP05 ThinkSystem NVIDIA A2 16GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU w/o CEC 2
4X67A81547 BQZT ThinkSystem NVIDIA A2 16GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU w/o CEC 2
4X67A84824 BS2C ThinkSystem NVIDIA L4 24GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU 2
4X67A84009 BS49 ThinkSystem Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 2

Configuration notes:

  • Some NVIDIA A Series GPUs are available as two feature codes, one with a CEC chip and one without a CEC chip (ones without the CEC chip have "w/o CEC" in the name). The CEC is a secondary Hardware Root of Trust (RoT) module that provides an additional layer of security, which can be used by customers who have high regulatory requirements or high security standards. NVIDIA uses a multi-layered security model and hence the protection offered by the primary Root of Trust embedded in the GPU is expected to be sufficient for most customers. The CEC defeatured products still offer Secure Boot, Secure Firmware Update, Firmware Rollback Protection, and In-Band Firmware Update Disable. Specifically, without the CEC chip, the GPU does not support Key Revocation or Firmware Attestation. CEC and non-CEC GPUs of the same type of GPU can be mixed in field upgrades.

For information about the GPU, see the ThinkSystem GPU Summary, available at:
https://lenovopress.com/lp0768-thinksystem-thinkagile-gpu-summary

Cooling

The SE360 V2 server has two non-hot swap 80mm dual motor fan solution, supports N+1 redundancy.

Power supplies

The SE360 V2 supports three type of power input path as following components and options:

  • AC Power Cord to external 300W adapter mode (5°C to 40°C)
    • Details regarding the use of AC adapters:

   ▪️One or two AC adapters are supported.
   ▪️When two AC adapters are connected, the second AC adapter is redundant.
   ▪️In case of failure of an AC adapter, system will throttle if power budget is above adapter capacity.
   ▪️AC Adapters need bridge cable to connection with system, can't connect adapter with system directly.
   ▪️AC Adapters do not include a line cord. See the next section for available power cords.
   ▪️300W adapter supports the following configuration:
      ▪️8Core CPU MB
      ▪️4x DIMM
      ▪️1x PCIe card
      ▪️2x 7mm SATA
      ▪️riser cage
      ▪️1G IO Board
      ▪️2x M.2 NVMe Boot drive

  • DC power source input - using Direct Connection (12-48V) (0°C to 55°C)
    • Details regarding the use of DC power:

   ▪️One or two DC power input source are supported.
   ▪️When two DC power input are connected, the second DC input is redundant.
   ▪️In case of failure of DC input, system will throttle if power budget is above DC input capacity.
   ▪️DC Terminal block cable for DC power source connection with system.

  • AC power source input (0°C to 55°C)
    • Details regarding the use of AC power:

   ▪️One AC power input source are supported only.
   ▪️Pure AC input do not support power redundant and hot swap.
   ▪️Power supply do not include a line cord. See the next section for available power cords.

Ordering information is listed in the following table.

Table 27. Power options
Part number Feature code Description Maximum
supported
AC Power Cord to external 300W adapter mode 
CTO only BS4B ThinkEdge SE360 V2 12-48V DC Power Module Board 1
CTO only BS5N ThinkEdge SE360 V2 DC Power Input Board 1
4X27A88607 BW2K ThinkEdge 300W 230V/115V External Power Supply 2
4X97A88738 BW2J ThinkEdge SE360 V2 External 300W Bridge Cable 2
CTO only BS50 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 DC Power Input Board to DC Power Module Board Cable 1
DC using Direct Connection (12-48V)
CTO only BS4B ThinkEdge SE360 V2 12-48V DC Power Module Board 1
CTO only BS5N ThinkEdge SE360 V2 DC Power Input Board 1
4L67A91005 BS5P ThinkEdge SE360 V2 External DC Terminal Block Cable 2
CTO only BS50 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 DC Power Input Board to DC Power Module Board Cable 1
AC power - internal power supply
CTO only BUGU ThinkEdge SE360 V2 AC Power Input Board 1
CTO only BW8U ThinkEdge SE360 V2 500W 230V/115V Non-Hot Swap Power Supply 1

Power cords

Line cords and rack power cables can be ordered as listed in the following table.

Table 28. Power cords
Part number Feature code Description
Power cord for AC adapters
39Y7930 6222 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to IRAM 2073 (Argentina) Line Cord
81Y2384 6492 4.3m 10A/220V, C13 to IRAM 2073 (Argentina) Line Cord
39Y7924 6211 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to AS/NZ 3112 (Australia/NZ) Line Cord
81Y2383 6574 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to AS/NZS 3112 (Aus/NZ) Line Cord
69Y1988 6532 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to NBR 14136 (Brazil) Line Cord
81Y2387 6404 4.3m, 10A/250V, C13 - 2P+Gnd (Brazil) Line Cord
39Y7928 6210 2.8m, 220-240V, C13 to GB 2099.1 (China) Line Cord
81Y2378 6580 4.3m, 10A/220V, C13 to GB 2099.1 (China) Line Cord
39Y7918 6213 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to DK2-5a (Denmark) Line Cord
81Y2382 6575 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to DK2-5a (Denmark) Line Cord
39Y7917 6212 2.8m, 10A/230V, C13 to CEE7-VII (Europe) Line Cord
81Y2376 6572 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to CEE7-VII (Europe) Line Cord
39Y7927 6269 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13(2P+Gnd) (India) Line Cord
81Y2386 6567 4.3m, 10A/240V, C13 to IS 6538 (India) Line Cord
39Y7920 6218 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to SI 32 (Israel) Line Cord
81Y2381 6579 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to SI 32 (Israel) Line Cord
39Y7921 6217 2.8m, 220-240V, C13 to CEI 23-16 (Italy/Chile) Line Cord
81Y2380 6493 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to CEI 23-16 (Italy/Chile) Line Cord
46M2593 A1RE 2.8m, 12A/125V, C13 to JIS C-8303 (Japan) Line Cord
4L67A08357 6533 2.8m, 200V, C13 to JIS C-8303 (Japan) Line Cord
39Y7926 6335 4.3m, 12A/100V, C13 to JIS C-8303 (Japan) Line Cord
4L67A08362 6495 4.3m, 12A/200V, C13 to JIS C-8303 (Japan) Line Cord
39Y7922 6214 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to SABS 164 (S Africa) Line Cord
81Y2379 6576 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to SABS 164 (South Africa) Line Cord
39Y7925 6219 2.8m, 220-240V, C13 to KETI (S Korea) Line Cord
81Y2385 6494 4.3m, 12A/220V, C13 to KSC 8305 (S. Korea) Line Cord
39Y7919 6216 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to SEV 1011-S24507 (Swiss) Line Cord
81Y2390 6578 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to SEV 1011-S24507 (Sws) Line Cord
23R7158 6386 2.8m, 10A/125V, C13 to CNS 10917-3 (Taiwan) Line Cord
81Y2375 6317 2.8m, 10A/240V, C13 to CNS 10917-3 (Taiwan) Line Cord
4L67A08363 AX8B 4.3m, 10A 125V, C13 to CNS 10917 (Taiwan) Line Cord
81Y2389 6531 4.3m, 10A/250V, C13 to 76 CNS 10917-3 (Taiwan) Line Cord
39Y7923 6215 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to BS 1363/A (UK) Line Cord
81Y2377 6577 4.3m, 10A/230V, C13 to BS 1363/A (UK) Line Cord
90Y3016 6313 2.8m, 10A/120V, C13 to NEMA 5-15P (US) Line Cord
4L67A08359 6370 4.3m, 10A/125V, C13 to NEMA 5-15P (US) Line Cord
4L67A08361 6373 4.3m, 10A/250V, C13 to NEMA 6-15P (US) Line Cord
46M2592 A1RF 2.8m, 10A/250V, C13 to NEMA 6-15P Line Cord
Rack jumper cables for AC adapters
00Y3043 A4VP 1.0m, C13 to C14 Jumper Cord, Rack Power Cable
4L67A08365 B0N4 2.0m, 10A/100-250V, C13 to C14 Jumper Cord
4L67A08366 6311 2.8m, 10A/100-250V, C13 to C14 Jumper Cord
39Y7937 6201 1.5m, 10A/100-250V, C13 to IEC 320-C14 Rack Power Cable
39Y7932 6263 4.3m, 10A/100-250V, C13 to IEC 320-C14 Rack Power Cable
Rack Y-type jumper cables for AC adapters
00Y3046 A4VQ 1.345m, 2X C13 to C14 Jumper Cord, Rack Power Cable
00Y3047 A4VR 2.054m, 2X C13 to C14 Jumper Cord, Rack Power Cable

Systems management

The SE360 V2 contains an integrated service processor, XClarity Controller (XCC), which provides advanced control, monitoring, and alerting functions. The XCC is based on the Pilot4 XE401 baseboard management controller (BMC) using a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 service processor.

Topics in this section:

  • Local management
  • Lenovo XClarity Mobile
  • Remote management
  • XCC2 Platinum
  • Lenovo XClarity Provisioning Manager
  • Lenovo XClarity Administrator
  • Lenovo XClarity Essentials
  • Lenovo XClarity Energy Manager
  • Lenovo Capacity Planner
  • Local management

    The SE360 V2 offers a front operator panel with key LED status indicators, as shown in the following figure. 

    SE360 V2 front operator panel
    Figure 21. Front operator panel

    The buttons on the front of the server:

    • Power button
    • Identification button - turns on the LED housed within the button as well as passing the signal to the XCC for display remotely in XClarity Administrator
    • NMI reset pinhole - sends a NMI signal to the processor thereby causing a blue-screen trap of the operating system

    The LEDs on the front of the server are as follows:

    • Power LED (green) - indicated activation and power status, as follows:
      • Off - Server does not have power applied
      • Fast flash (4 times per second) - Either server has just had power applied and is not ready to be powered on yet, or the server has not been activated yet
      • Slow flash (once per second) - Server is ready to be powered on
      • On solid - Server is powered on
    • Security LED - (green) - indicates system security status.
      • Solid on - the server is operating with security enabled
      • Blinking - the server is in lockdown mode. Activate or unlock the system for operation or activation. See activate or unlock system.
      • Off - No security feature is enabled on the server.

    The front of the server also houses an information pull-out tab (also known as the network access tag). See Figure 2 for the location. A label on the tab shows the network information (MAC address and other data) to remotely access the XCC service processor.

    The SE360 V2 also supports optional connection to local VGA monitor.

    Table 29. USB type-C to VGA cable
    Part number Feature code Description
    4X97A86591 BS4E ThinkEdge 130mm USB-C to VGA Display Cable

    System status with XClarity Mobile

    The SE360 V2 also supports local systems management using the XClarity Mobile app. The app includes a tethering function where you can connect your Android or iOS device to the server via the USB type-C port on the server.

    You will need a mobile device with a supported operating system installed (iOS 12 or later, Android 5.0 or later), plus the USB charging cable that comes with your phone. You will also need the USB type-C type-A cable that ships with the SE360 V2.

    The steps to connect the mobile device are as follows:

    1. Connect the mobile device via your USB cable. You will also need the USB type-C to type-A cable (FC:BS4D) cable to the SE360 V2's USB type-C port with the management symbol USB Management symbol
    2. In iOS or Android settings, enable Personal Hotspot or USB Tethering
    3. Launch the Lenovo XClarity Mobile app

    Once connected you can see the following information:

    • Server status including error logs (read only, no login required)
    • Server management functions (XClarity login credentials required)

    The supported USB cable is listed in the following table.

    Table 30. USB type-C cable
    Part number Feature code Description
    4X97A88620 BS4D ThinkEdge USB-C to USB-A Console Cable

    Remote management

    Remote server management is provided through industry-standard interfaces:

    • Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) Version 2.0
    • Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Version 3 (no SET commands; no SNMP v1)
    • Common Information Model (CIM-XML)
    • Representational State Transfer (REST) support
    • Redfish support (DMTF compliant)
    • Web browser - HTML 5-based browser interface (Java and ActiveX not required) using a responsive design (content optimized for device being used - laptop, tablet, phone) with NLS support

    The SE360 V2 offers a MicroSD card port on the system board to enable the use of a MicroSD card for additional storage for use with the XCC2 controller. XCC2 can use the storage as a Remote Disc on Card (RDOC) device (up to 32GB of storage). It can also be used to store firmware updates (including N-1 firmware history) for ease of deployment.

    Tip: Without a MicroSD card installed, the XCC2 controller will have 100MB of available RDOC storage.

    Ordering information for the supported Micro SD card is listed in the following table.

    Table 31. MicroSD card
    Part number Feature code Description
    4X77A77064 BNWP ThinkSystem MicroSD 32GB Class 10 Flash Memory Card

    XCC2 Platinum

    The XCC2 service processor in the SE360 V2 supports an upgrade to a Platinum level of features. Compared to the XCC functions of ThinkSystem and earlier systems, Platinum adds the same features as Enterprise and Advanced levels in ThinkSystem, plus additional features.

    XCC2 Platinum adds the following Enterprise and Advanced functions:

    • Remotely viewing video with graphics resolutions up to 1600x1200 at 75 Hz with up to 23 bits per pixel, regardless of the system state
    • Remotely accessing the server using the keyboard and mouse from a remote client
    • International keyboard mapping support
    • Syslog alerting
    • Redirecting serial console via SSH
    • Component replacement log (Maintenance History log)
    • Access restriction (IP address blocking)
    • Lenovo SED security key management
    • Displaying graphics for real-time and historical power usage data and temperature
    • Boot video capture and crash video capture
    • Virtual console collaboration - Ability for up to 6 remote users to be log into the remote session simultaneously
    • Remote console Java client
    • Mapping the ISO and image files located on the local client as virtual drives for use by the server
    • Mounting the remote ISO and image files via HTTPS, SFTP, CIFS, and NFS
    • Power capping
    • System utilization data and graphic view
    • Single sign on with Lenovo XClarity Administrator
    • Update firmware from a repository
    • License for XClarity Energy Manager

    XCC2 Platinum also adds the following features that are new to XCC2:

    • System Guard - Monitor hardware inventory for unexpected component changes, and simply log the event or prevent booting
    • Enterprise Strict Security mode - Enforces CNSA 1.0 level security
    • Neighbor Group - Enables administrators to manage and synchronize configurations and firmware level across multiple servers

    Ordering information is listed in the following table. XCC2 Platinum is a software license upgrade - no additional hardware is required.

    Table 32. XCC2 Platinum license upgrade
    Part number Feature code Description
    CTO only BRPJ Lenovo XClarity Controller 2 (XCC2) Platinum Upgrade

    With XCC Platinum, for CTO orders, you can request that System Guard be enabled in the factory and the first configuration snapshot be recorded. To add this to an order, select feature code listed in the following table. The selection is made in the Security tab of the DCSC configurator.

    Table 33. Enable System Guard in the factory (CTO orders)
    Feature code Description
    BUT2 Install System Guard

    For more information about System Guard, see https://pubs.lenovo.com/xcc2/NN1ia_c_systemguard

    Lenovo XClarity Provisioning Manager

    Lenovo XClarity Provisioning Manager (LXPM) is a UEFI-based application embedded in ThinkSystem servers and accessible via the F1 key during system boot.

    LXPM provides the following functions:

    • Graphical UEFI Setup
    • System inventory information and VPD update
    • System firmware updates (UEFI and XCC)
    • RAID setup wizard
    • OS installation wizard (including unattended OS installation)
    • Diagnostics functions

    Lenovo XClarity Administrator

    Lenovo XClarity Administrator is a centralized resource management solution designed to reduce complexity, speed response, and enhance the availability of Lenovo systems and solutions. It provides agent-free hardware management for ThinkSystem servers, in addition to ThinkServer, System x, and Flex System servers. The administration dashboard is based on HTML 5 and allows fast location of resources so tasks can be run quickly.

    Because Lenovo XClarity Administrator does not require any agent software to be installed on the managed endpoints, there are no CPU cycles spent on agent execution, and no memory is used, which means that up to 1GB of RAM and 1 - 2% CPU usage is saved, compared to a typical managed system where an agent is required.

    Lenovo XClarity Administrator is an optional software component for the SE360 V2. The software can be downloaded and used at no charge to discover and monitor the SE360 V2 and to manage firmware upgrades.

    If software support is required for Lenovo XClarity Administrator, or premium features such as configuration management and operating system deployment are required, Lenovo XClarity Pro software subscription should be ordered. Lenovo XClarity Pro is licensed on a per managed system basis, that is, each managed Lenovo system requires a license.

    The following table lists the Lenovo XClarity software license options.

    Table 34. Lenovo XClarity Pro ordering information
    Part number Feature code Description
    00MT201 1339 Lenovo XClarity Pro, per Managed Endpoint w/1 Yr SW S&S
    00MT202 1340 Lenovo XClarity Pro, per Managed Endpoint w/3 Yr SW S&S
    00MT203 1341 Lenovo XClarity Pro, per Managed Endpoint w/5 Yr SW S&S
    7S0X000HWW SAYV Lenovo XClarity Pro, per Managed Endpoint w/6 Yr SW S&S
    7S0X000JWW SAYW Lenovo XClarity Pro, per Managed Endpoint w/7 Yr SW S&S

    Lenovo XClarity Administrator offers the following standard features that are available at no charge:

    • Auto-discovery and monitoring of Lenovo systems
    • Firmware updates and compliance enforcement
    • External alerts and notifications via SNMP traps, syslog remote logging, and e-mail
    • Secure connections to managed endpoints
    • NIST 800-131A or FIPS 140-2 compliant cryptographic standards between the management solution and managed endpoints
    • Integration into existing higher-level management systems such as cloud automation and orchestration tools through REST APIs, providing extensive external visibility and control over hardware resources
    • An intuitive, easy-to-use GUI
    • Scripting with Windows PowerShell, providing command-line visibility and control over hardware resources

    Lenovo XClarity Administrator offers the following premium features that require an optional Pro license:

    • Pattern-based configuration management that allows to define configurations once and apply repeatedly without errors when deploying new servers or redeploying existing servers without disrupting the fabric
    • Bare-metal deployment of operating systems and hypervisors to streamline infrastructure provisioning

    For more information, refer to the Lenovo XClarity Administrator Product Guide:
    http://lenovopress.com/tips1200

    Lenovo XClarity Integrators

    Lenovo also offers software plug-in modules, Lenovo XClarity Integrators, to manage physical infrastructure from leading external virtualization management software tools including those from Microsoft and VMware.

    These integrators are offered at no charge, however if software support is required, a Lenovo XClarity Pro software subscription license should be ordered.

    Lenovo XClarity Integrators offer the following additional features:

    • Ability to discover, manage, and monitor Lenovo server hardware from VMware vCenter or Microsoft System Center
    • Deployment of firmware updates and configuration patterns to Lenovo x86 rack servers and Flex System from the virtualization management tool
    • Non-disruptive server maintenance in clustered environments that reduces workload downtime by dynamically migrating workloads from affected hosts during rolling server updates or reboots
    • Greater service level uptime and assurance in clustered environments during unplanned hardware events by dynamically triggering workload migration from impacted hosts when impending hardware failures are predicted

    For more information about all the available Lenovo XClarity Integrators, see the Lenovo XClarity Administrator Product Guide: https://lenovopress.com/tips1200-lenovo-xclarity-administrator

    Lenovo XClarity Essentials

    Lenovo offers the following XClarity Essentials software tools that can help you set up, use, and maintain the server at no additional cost:

    • Lenovo Essentials OneCLI

      OneCLI is a collection of server management tools that uses a command line interface program to manage firmware, hardware, and operating systems. It provides functions to collect full system health information (including health status), configure system settings, and update system firmware and drivers.

    • Lenovo Essentials UpdateXpress

      The UpdateXpress tool is a standalone GUI application for firmware and device driver updates that enables you to maintain your server firmware and device drivers up-to-date and help you avoid unnecessary server outages. The tool acquires and deploys individual updates and UpdateXpress System Packs (UXSPs) which are integration-tested bundles.

    • Lenovo Essentials Bootable Media Creator

      The Bootable Media Creator (BOMC) tool is used to create bootable media for offline firmware update.

    For more information and downloads, visit the Lenovo XClarity Essentials web page:
    http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/LNVO-center

    Lenovo XClarity Energy Manager

    Lenovo XClarity Energy Manager (LXEM) is a power and temperature management solution for data centers. It is an agent-free, web-based console that enables you to monitor and manage power consumption and temperature in your data center through the management console. It enables server density and data center capacity to be increased through the use of power capping.

    LXEM is a licensed product. A single-node LXEM license is included with the XClarity Controller Enterprise upgrade as described in the Remote Management section. If your server does not have the XCC Enterprise upgrade, Energy Manager licenses can be ordered as shown in the following table.

    Table 35. Lenovo XClarity Energy Manager
    Part number Description
    4L40E51621 Lenovo XClarity Energy Manager Node License (1 license needed per server)

    For more information about XClarity Energy Manager, see the following resources:

    Lenovo Capacity Planner

    Lenovo Capacity Planner is a power consumption evaluation tool that enhances data center planning by enabling IT administrators and pre-sales professionals to understand various power characteristics of racks, servers, and other devices. Capacity Planner can dynamically calculate the power consumption, current, British Thermal Unit (BTU), and volt-ampere (VA) rating at the rack level, improving the planning efficiency for large scale deployments.

    For more information, refer to the Capacity Planner web page:
    http://datacentersupport.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/lnvo-lcp

    Security

    Topics in this section:

    Security features

    The SE360 V2 offers a number of security features, both electronic and physical.

    Electronic security features include:

    • Automatic actions on tamper detection in the event of an intrusion or movement, the server can be configured in XCC to perform actions, including server shutdown and disabling remote access to the XCC from the network ports.
    • Self-encrypting (SED) are supported on M.2 and 2.5" SSD. M.2 drives that ensure data is secured when the drives are powered off
    • Administrator password and a power-on password in UEFI
    • Root of Trust (RoT) module providing Platform Firmware Resiliency (PFR) and Onboard Trusted Platform Module (TPM) supporting TPM 2.0 enables advanced cryptographic functionality in the operating system and applications.
    •  For China users, the server has an internal TCM port that supports a Nationz TPM 2.0 module. Available CTO only.
    • The server is NIST SP 800-147B compliant.

    Ordering information for the security components is listed in the following table.

    Table 36. Security components
    Part number Feature code Description
    CTO only B8LE ThinkSystem NationZ TPM 2.0 for PRC
    4XF7A88740 BS5S ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Kensington Lock Kit

    Physical security features:

    • Lockable top / bottom cover
    • Front security bezel with key lock (optional, available as a field upgrade). See Security bezel.
    • Intrusion detection. See Intrusion switch
    • Motion detection

      The server has an onboard G-sensor accelerometer (disabled by default) that will generate an event if the server is moved. As part of the setup process in XCC, you specify the orientation of the server - desktop, ceiling or wall mount. You can also specify the sensitivity of the motion detection. The motion detection feature is standard. 

    • Support for a Kensington lock and cable

      The server has a slot on the rear side of the server which a customer-supplied Kensington lock and cable can be attached to, to help prevent theft of the server.

    The following image shows Kensington lock in the rear of the SE360 V2.

    Security features at the back of SE360 V2

    Figure 22. Kensington lock in the back of the SE360 V2

    • Intrusion arm/disarm feature

      The security keylock can be used as an electronic switch to disarm the intrusion switch detection, so that authorized servicing of the hardware can be performed without triggering the security actions.

      Front bezel with key lock

    • Optional component that mounts on the front of the server that restricts access to networking connectors on the front of the server. See Mounting components for more information.

    For additional information, see ThinkEdge Security, available from: https://lenovopress.lenovo.com/lp1725-thinkedge-security

    Note: Customers who purchased server with former firmware prior to November 2023, can seamlessly upgrade to latest firmware to take advantage of latest security features or contact your local Lenovo sales representative or business partner.

    Intrusion switch

    The server supports an intrusion switch that rests against the top cover. The following images show the location of this component. In the event that the cover is removed, a Warning event is recorded in XClarity Controller and actions can be taken to secure the server.

    The intrusion switch is included in all orders.

    The SE360 V2 offers a number of security features, both electronic and physical.

    Security features of the SE360 V2

    Figure 23. Security features of the SE360 V2

    The following image shows the bottom view of the SE360 V2.

    Bottom view of the SE360 V2

    Figure 24. Security features of the SE360 V2

    System Lockdown Mode

    System Lockdown Mode is an optional security feature of the SE360 V2 that ensures that the system is only used by its intended recipient and that all data and applications remains secure.

    System Lockdown Mode is an optional feature that can be remotely managed in two ways:

    • ThinkShield Key Vault Portal Managed. This provides a centralised remote management approach, allowing the administrator to remotely managed multiple systems and to register ownership of systems to their company, which reduces the system’s value is stolen.
    • XClarity Controller Managed. This provides remote management level control to an individual system using XCC web interface, OneCLI or Redfish.

    To select ThinkShield Key Vault Portal Managed in factory orders, select feature BYBR, as listed in the following table. The default in DCSC is to select XClarity Controller Managed, feature BYBQ.

    Table 37. Feature codes to activate System Lockdown mode
    Feature code Description Purpose
    BYBR ThinkShield Key Vault Portal Managed System Lockdown Mode is enabled in the factory (Activation required on delivery). The server remains secured and in System Lockdown Mode until registered and activated with the ThinkEdge Key Vault Portal. Unauthorized tampering of the server will result in the server being locked down and the data secured, and will remain in this state until reauthenticated with the Key Vault Portal.
    BYBQ XClarity Controller Managed Default choice in DCSC. System Lockdown Mode is not enabled in the factory. Configures the server security to be managed by the XCC2 management processor. Server will boot at first power on and, by default, will not be locked down on any tamper event. You can configure tamper detection in the XCC2 interface if desired. The server can be converted to be managed ThinkShield Key Vault Portal at a later stage if desired (one-way conversion).

    If System Lockdown is enabled in the factory, the system will be delivered in system lockdown mode and will require activation before operation. There are three ways the server can be activated:

    • Using a mobile device (iOS or Android) connect to the server to the USB management port on the front of the server and running the ThinkShield Edge Mobile Management app.
    • Connecting the system to the Internet via the XCC management port on the front of the server and accessing the ThinkShield Key Vault Portal from a web browser on another system.
    • In a disconnected mode, where neither a mobile device or an internet connection to the SE360 V2 are available.

    For more information, see ThinkEdge Security, available from:
    https://lenovopress.lenovo.com/lp1725-thinkedge-security

    Converting from XCC Managed to Portal Managed: Is it possible to convert a system from XCC Managed security to ThinkShield Key Vault Portal Managed via the XCC management interface, however the reverse is not possible. Once a server is in ThinkShield Key Vault Portal Managed mode, it cannot be converted back to XClarity Controller Managed.

    The SE360 V2 offers a Security LED that indicates the status of the server:

    • LED on: Security is enabled; System is operational.
    • LED blinking: Security is enabled and the server is in lockdown, either due to being delivered from the factory in lockdown mode or has entered lockdown as a result of a tamper event. System must be activated or reactivated before becoming operational.
    • LED off: Security is disabled; System is operational.

    SED encryption in factory orders

    The SE360 V2 also optionally supports enabling SED drive encryption in the factory using feature BYBS as listed in the following table. This feature enables SED on the selected drives and sets and SED Authentication Key (SED AK).

    Tip: SED encryption is a function that is independent of System Lockdown Control.

    Table 38. System Lockdown Mode
    Feature code Description Purpose
    BYBS SED Enabled Enables SED drive encryption on all factory installed drives and sets an SED Authentication Key (AK).

    System Guard

    The System Guard feature takes a snapshot of the hardware component inventory as trusted reference, then monitors for any deviation from the reference snapshot. 

    When deviation occurs, it can report an event to the user, optionally, can also prevent the server from booting into the OS and prompt the user for response.

    • System Guard is only enabled with XCC2 on V3 code 
    • Server supports this feature (BUT2) when XCC Platinum enabled only.
    • The System Guard feature is disabled by default

    System Guard is a feature of XCC Platinum. Sytem Guard (BUT2) should only be selectable if XCC Platinum (BRPJ) is selected.

    Table 39. XCC platinum and System Guard details
    Feature code Description
    BRPJ XCC Platinum
    BUT2 Enable System Guard

    Geotracking module

    Geotracking module is an Airgain device so customers need to check on Airgain website on which countries they can sell to before purchasing, buy it and get service support from vendor directly.

    • Lenovo user guide will provide guide for how to install the module
    • Lenovo XClarity won’t manage this Airgain module for privacy data consideration 
    • All Geotracking privacy data won’t be managed by Lenovo, it is the deal and agreement between customers and Airgain
    • No plan to support it with SE360 V2 enclosure for wireless signal consideration

    Tip: Geotracking module is a Third Party device. As such, third party options are excluded from Lenovo Statement of Limited Warranty. Engage third party for support.

    The following image shows the Geotracking installation location in the SE360 V2 server.

    Geotracking module

    Figure 25. Geotracking device by third party Airgain

    Choose ThinkEdge SE360 V2 with two dedicated risers: (all with lower profile GPU cards)

    • ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (M.2 Riser + PCIe Riser + Geotracking, 4XF7A86289)
    • ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Riser Assembly (PCIe Riser + PCIe Riser + Geotracking, 4XF7A86288)

    The folllowing are some links for additional information from third party:

    Platform Firmware Resiliency - Lenovo ThinkShield

    Lenovo's ThinkShield Security is a transparent and comprehensive approach to security that extends to all dimensions of our data center products: from development, to supply chain, and through the entire product lifecycle.

    The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 includes Platform Firmware Resiliency (PFR) hardware Root of Trust (RoT) which enables the system to be NIST SP800-193 compliant. This offering further enhances key platform subsystem protections against unauthorized firmware updates and corruption, to restore firmware to an integral state, and to closely monitor firmware for possible compromise from cyber-attacks.

    PFR operates upon the following server components:

    • UEFI image – the low-level server firmware that connects the operating system to the server hardware
    • XCC image – the management “engine” software that controls and reports on the server status separate from the server operating system
    • FPGA image – the code that runs the server’s lowest level hardware controller on the motherboard

    The Lenovo Platform Root of Trust Hardware performs the following three main functions:

    • Detection – Measures the firmware and updates for authenticity
    • Recovery – Recovers a corrupted image to a known-safe image
    • Protection – Monitors the system to ensure the known-good firmware is not maliciously written

    These enhanced protection capabilities are implemented using a dedicated, discrete security processor whose implementation has been rigorously validated by leading third-party security firms. Security evaluation results and design details are available for customer review – providing unprecedented transparency and assurance.

    The SE360 V2 includes support for Secure Boot, a UEFI firmware security feature developed by the UEFI Consortium that ensures only immutable and signed software are loaded during the boot time. The use of Secure Boot helps prevent malicious code from being loaded and helps prevent attacks, such as the installation of rootkits. Lenovo offers the capability to enable secure boot in the factory, to ensure end-to-end protection. Alternatively, Secure Boot can be left disabled in the factory, allowing the customer to enable it themselves at a later point, if desired.

    The following table lists the relevant feature code(s).

    Table 40. Secure Boot options
    Part number Feature code Description Purpose
    CTO only AUK7 TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot Configure the system in the factory with Secure Boot enabled.
    CTO only B0MK Enable TPM 2.0 Configure the system without Secure Boot enabled. Customers can enable Secure Boot later if desired.

    Tip: If Secure Boot is not enabled in the factory, it can be enabled later by the customer. However once Secure Boot is enabled, it cannot be disabled.

    Intel Transparent Supply Chain

    Add a layer of protection in your data center and have peace of mind that the server hardware you bring into it is safe authentic and with documented, testable, and provable origin.

    Lenovo has one of the world’s best supply chains, as ranked by Gartner Group, backed by extensive and mature supply chain security programs that exceed industry norms and US Government standards. Now we are the first Tier 1 manufacturer to offer Intel® Transparent Supply Chain in partnership with Intel, offering you an unprecedented degree of supply chain transparency and assurance.

    To enable Intel Transparent Supply Chain for the Intel-based servers in your order, add the following feature code in the DCSC configurator, under the Security tab.

    Table 41. Intel Transparent Supply Chain ordering information
    Feature code Description
    BB0P Intel Transparent Supply Chain

    For more information on this offering, see the paper Introduction to Intel Transparent Supply Chain on Lenovo ThinkSystem Servers, available from https://lenovopress.com/lp1434-introduction-to-intel-transparent-supply-chain-on-thinksystem-servers.

    Mounting options

    The SE360 V2 is designed to be used in a variety of locations - table top - and on other mounting options.

    In this section:

    For additional information on desktop or stand alone mounting option refer to the following section.

    Mounting components

    Many of the mounting options share the same components.

    Node sleeve

    The node sleeve, shown below, holds the SE360 V2 server when mounted on the wall. The server is then slid into the node sleeve and secured with additional thumbscrews.

    node sleeve
    Figure 26. Node sleeve

    Table 42. Node Sleeve ordering information
    Part number Feature code Description Quantity
    required
    CTO only BS5Q ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Node Sleeve 1 per server

    Security bezel

    The security bezel is an optional component that mounts on the front of the node sleeve to help prevent physical access to the front components of the server. The bezel includes a lock-and-key mechanism for security. The bezel and filter help cover the PCIe slot area and the network area to reduce the dust that can enter the server through the front air holes.

    Security bezel can prevent LAN cable plug or unplug after installed in node sleeve.

    SE360 V2 supports two types of security bezel to support different I/O module board.

    Tip: The use of the locking bezel requires a node sleeve.

    SE360 V2 security bezel
    Figure 27. Security Bezel 

    The following image shows the supported mounting / installation options for the ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server.

     Installation options fro SE360 V2

    Figure 28. Installation options for ThinkEdge SE360 V2 server

    The following table shows a list of components for mounting server, bezel and airflow. 

    Table 43. Components for mounting 
    Part number Feature code Description Maximum
    Wall/Ceiling Mount Mode
    4XF7A86295 BS5Q ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Node Sleeve
    DIN RAIL Mount Mode
    4XF7A86295 BS5Q ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Node Sleeve
    4M17A37285 B87S ThinkEdge DIN Mount Kit (Extreme Shock & Vibe)
    Security Bezel
    4B37A86299 BT92 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Security Bezel for 10/25GbE I/O Module 1
    4B37A86298 BT91 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Security Bezel for 1GbE I/O Module 1
    Rear to front airflow feature
    4XF7A91006 BS5V ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Fan Assembly (Rear to Front) 1
    4XF7A91958 BS5T ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Air Flow Sensor Module 1
    4XF7A86287 BS5U ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Dust Filter Assembly (Rear) 1

    Desktop mount

    Desktop mounting has the server oriented horizontally with self-adhesive rubber pads mounted to its underside.

    • Air flow of node system in this mount type can be front to rear or rear to front. 
    • Rear to front air flow can select airflow sensor to check rear dust filter status.

    SE360 V2 with Rubber Feet option
    Figure 29. SE360 V2 with Rubber Feet option 

    The following table shows a list of components for mounting server and airflow. 

    Table 44. Components for mounting and options
    Part number Feature code Description Maximum
    Desktop mount
    4M17A37610 B6Q3 ThinkEdge Rubber Feet (contains 4 rubber pads)
    Rear to front airflow feature
    4XF7A91006 BS5V ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Fan Assembly (Rear to Front)
    4M17A37285 B87S ThinkEdge DIN Mount Kit (Extreme Shock & Vibe)
    4XF7A86287 BS5U   ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Dust Filter Assembly (Rear) 1
    Front to rear airflow feature
    4XF7A91007 BS5W ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Fan Assembly (Front to Rear) 1

    Wall or ceiling mount

    The SE360 V2 can be mounted on a wall or the ceiling, using the node sleeve. When wall mounted, the server needs to be installed into the node sleeve first. 

    When wall/ceiling mounted, the node sleeve can be mounted directly on the wall/ceiling. A DIN mount kit is needed for DIN rail.
    Air flow of node system in this mount type must be rear to front and can select airflow sensor to check rear dust filter status.

    The components needed for a wall or ceiling mount are shown in the following table. See the Mounting components section for details about the node sleeve and security bezel.

    Table 45. Wall or ceiling mount
    Part number Feature code Description Quantity
    required
    CTO only BS5Q ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Node Sleeve 1 per server
    CTO only BS5U ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Dust Filter Assembly (Rear) 1 per server
    CTO only BSMR ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Rack Front Bottom Filter 1 per server
    CTO only BVE5 ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Dust Cover Kit for I/O Ports 1 per server

    The DIN Rail and SE360 V2 inside node sleeve is shown in the following figure.

    DIN Rail and SE360 V2 node
    Figure 30. DIN Rail Kit and mounted node

    Short-depth 2U rack installation

    Two SE360 V2 servers can also be mounted in a short-depth rack or a 2-post rack. In such a configuration, the servers occupy 2U of rack space. The components are mounted in the ThinkEdge SE360 V2 2U2N Enclosure, machine type 7DBN.

    Notes:

    • The 2U2N Enclosure is available in DCSC using CTO base model 7DBNCTO1WW
    • The Wireless Network Module is not supported as there is insufficient physical space for the antennas

    The following figure shows two SE360 V2 servers installed in the 2U2N Enclosure.

    2UN Enclosure components
    Figure 31. ThinkEdge SE360 V2 2U2N Enclosure

    The following table lists the components used in the 2U rack installation.  

    Table 46. Components for the E2 Enclosure
    Part number Feature code Description Quantity
    required
    2U2N Enclosure components
    CTO / model only* 7DBN BSMQ ThinkEdge SE360 V2 2U2N Enclosure 1 per enclosure
    CTO / model only* 7DBN BSN0 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Enclosure Shipping Bracket 1 per enclosure
    4XF7A86297 7DBN BT94 ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Rack Front Top Filter 1 per server
    7DBN BSMR ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Rack Front Bottom Filter 1 per server

    * Available via configure-to-order (CTO) or via predefined enclosure models

    The following table summarizes the specifications of the available rail kits

    Table 47. Specifications of rail kits for short-depth installations
    Feature ThinkEdge 1000mm Friction Rail Kit v2 ThinkEdge 600mm Ball Bearing Rail Kit ThinkEdge 2-Post Friction Rail Kit ThinkEdge 1000mm Friction Rail Kit
    Part number 4XF7A90718 4XF7A81942 4XF7A81941 4XF7A81940
    CMA None None None None
    Rail length 751 mm (29.56 in) 454 mm (17.87 in) 484 mm (19.1 in.) 751 mm (29.56 in)
    Rail type Full-out slide rail (friction) Full-out slide rail (ball bearing) Half-out slide rail (friction) Full-out slide rail (friction)
    Slide travel 480 mm (18.9 in) 485 mm (19.1 in) 270 mm (10.6 in.) 480 mm (18.9 in)
    Tool-less installation Yes Yes No (screw-in) Yes
    In-rack server maintenance No No No No
    1U PDU support Yes Yes Yes Yes
    0U PDU support Yes Not applicable Not applicable Yes
    Rack type Four-post IBM and Lenovo standard rack Four-post 600 mm depth standard rack 2-post rack Four-post IBM and Lenovo standard rack
    Mounting holes Square or round Square or round Square, round, or threaded Square or round
    Mounting flange thickness 2 - 3.3 mm (0.08 - 0.13 in) 2 - 3.3 mm (0.08 - 0.13 in) 76 - 279 mm (3 - 11 in) 2 - 3.3 mm (0.08 - 0.13 in)
    Max distance between front
    and rear mounting flanges
    610 - 864 mm (24 - 34 in) 380 - 500mm (15 - 19.7 in) Not applicable 610 - 864 mm (24 - 34 in)

    Operating system support

    The SE360 V2 supports the following operating systems:

    • Microsoft Windows Server 2019
    • Microsoft Windows Server 2022
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.8
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.0
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.2
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP4
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP5
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 Xen SP4
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 Xen SP5
    • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 64-bit
    • Ubuntu 22.04 LTS 64-bit
    • VMware ESXi 7.0 U3
    • VMware ESXi 8.0 U1
    • VMware ESXi 8.0 U2

    For a complete list of supported, certified and tested operating systems, plus additional details and links to relevant web sites, see the Operating System Interoperability Guide: https://lenovopress.lenovo.com/osig#support=all

    For configure-to-order configurations, the server can be preloaded with VMware ESXi on M.2 cards installed in an M.2 Boot Adapter. Ordering information is listed in the following table.

    Table 48. VMware ESXi preload
    Part number Feature code Description
    CTO only BMEY VMware ESXi 7.0 U3 (Factory Installed)
    CTO only BQ8S VMware ESXi 8.0 U1 (Factory Installed)
    CTO only BYC7 VMware ESXi 8.0 U2 (Factory Installed)

    Configuration rule:

    • An ESXi preload cannot be selected if the configuration includes an NVIDIA GPU (ESXi preload cannot include the NVIDIA driver)
    • You can download supported VMware vSphere hypervisor images from the following web page and load it on the M.2 drives or 7mm drives using the instructions provided:

    Hyperconverged infrastructure support

    Lenovo ThinkEdge systems can be used in hyperconverged solutions either as part of a Lenovo configured and optimized Lenovo ThinkAgile solution, or as a user-configured system. 

    Refer to the following links for full details.

    VMware vSAN

    SE360 V2 supports vSAN OSA. For more information refer to this page:
    vSAN Original Storage Architecture (OSA)

    Microsoft Azure Stack HCI

    SE360 V2 is listed in Microsoft Azure Stack HCI catalog. For more information refer to this page:
    https://azurestackhcisolutions.azure.microsoft.com/#/catalog/details/8b9c87d9-f31a-484f-843f-ac603e745309

    Sunlight

    SE360 V2 is supported by Sunlight HyperConverged Edge. For more information refer to this page:
    https://sunlight.io/products/thinkedgethinksystem

    Physical and electrical specifications

    Dimensions and weight of the SE360 V2 server:

    Node

    • Height: 84.5 mm (3.33 inches)
    • Width: 212 mm (8.35 inches)
    • Depth: 317.5 mm (12.5 inches)

    Node with node sleeve

    • Height: 95.95 mm (3.78 inches)
    • Width: 295 mm (11.61 inches)
    • Depth: 345.7 mm (13.61 inches)

    Weight

    • Maximum weight: 6.5kg (14.33 lbs) – without external AC adapter
    • Maximum weight: 6.572kg (14.5 lbs) – with 2 external AC adapter

    Dimensions and weight of the 2U2N Enclosure:  

    • Height: 87 mm (3.4 in.)
    • Height: 87 mm (3.43 inches)
    • Width: 482.1 mm (18.98 inches)
    • Depth: 466 mm (18.35 inches
    • Weight: Maximum (with two nodes installed): 16.66 kg (36.73 lbs) 

    The shipping dimensions (cardboard packaging) of the SE360 V2 are as follows:

    • Width: 400 mm (15.7 inches)
    • Height: 240 mm (9.4 inches)
    • Depth: 500 mm (19.7 inches)

    Electrical specifications:

    • The models with DC/DC power module board (Output 12V): one of the following
      • Dual 12-48V variable DC power source input
      • Up to two 300W (230V/115V) external power adapters
        • NOTE: When one or two 300W external power adapters are installed, keep ambient temperature lower than 40°C, and the following configuration is required:
        • 8 core processor
        • Four memory modules
        • Up to one ThinkSystem NVIDIA A2 16GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU
        • Up to two 7mm SATA drives
        • Up to two M.2 NVMe boot drives installed on 1GbE I/O module board
    • The models with internal power supply (AC power module board):
      • Single 500W (230V/115V) AC power source input

    Operating environment

    Summary of the environmental specifications of server. Depending on the model, some features might not be available, or some specifications might not apply.

    Topics in this section:

    Acoustical noise emissions

    The server has the following acoustic noise emissions declaration:

    • Sound power level (LWAd)
      • Idling:
        • Min: 5.4 Bel
        • Typical: 5.4 Bel
        • Max: 5.5 Bel
      • Operating:
        • Min: 5.7 Bel
        • Typical: 6.1 Bel
        • Max: 7.2 Bel
    • Sound pressure level (LpAm):
      • Idling:
        • Min: 43.6 dBA
        • Typical: 43.6 dBA
        • Max: 44.5 dBA
      • Operating:
        • Min 45.8 dBA
        • Typical: 50.0 dBA
        • Max: 61.1 dBA

    NOTE:

    • These sound levels were measured in controlled acoustical environments according to procedures specified by ISO7779 and are reported in accordance with ISO 9296. The operating profile is represented by 80% CPU TDP or 70%/30% storage read/write or 100% GPU workload.
    • The declared acoustic sound levels are based on the specified configurations, which may change depending on configuration/conditions.
      • Min: 1x 80W CPU, 2x 16GB RDIMMs, 1GbE I/O module board, 1 x NVMe M.2 boot drive , 2x SATA SSDs, 2x NVMe M.2 data drives, DC power module board (PMB), no dust filter, rear-to-front fan direction
      • Typical: 1x 80W CPU, 4x 16GB RDIMMs, 10/25GbE I/O module board, 1 x NVMe M.2 boot drive, 1x NVIDIA A2 GPU, 4x NVMe M.2 data drives, no dust filter, DC power module board (PMB), rear-to-front fan direction
      • Max: 1x 100W CPU, 4x 64GB RDIMMs, 10/25GbE I/O module board, 2 x NVMe M.2 boot drives, 2x NVIDIA A2 GPU, 2x NVMe M.2 data drives, DC power module board (PMB), with dust filter, rear-to-front fan direction
    • Government regulations (such as those prescribed by OSHA or European Community Directives) may govern noise level exposure in the workplace and may apply to you and your server installation. The actual sound pressure levels in your installation depend upon a variety of factors, including the number of racks in the installation; the size, materials, and configuration of the room; the noise levels from other equipment; the room ambient temperature, and employee's location in relation to the equipment. Further, compliance with such government regulations depends on a variety of additional factors, including the duration of employees' exposure and whether employees wear hearing protection. Lenovo recommends that you consult with qualified experts in this field to determine whether you are in compliance with the applicable regulations.

    Acoustical mode

    ThinkEdge SE360 V2 supports three acoustic modes with different acoustic performance.

    • Disabled: The server operates at default fan speeds.

    • Mode 1: The operation of system fans is optimized to lower the overall noise level of the server.
      • Mode 1 supports ambient temperature lower than 35°C.

      • In Mode 1, the server operates with sound pressure level of 50 dBA at 25°C.

      • Performance degradation may occur at heavy workloads.

    • Mode 2: The operation of system fans is optimized to lower the overall noise level of the server further than Mode 1.
      • Mode 2 supports configurations with 4-core or 8-core processor at ambient temperature lower than 35°C.

      • In Mode 2, the server operates with sound pressure level of 45 dBA at 25°C.

      • Performance degradation may occur at heavy workloads.

    To change the acoustic mode, enter the Setup Utility and go to System settings > Operating Modes > Acoustic mode.

    Ambient temperature management

    • Most of the configurations of SE360 V2 support operating at temperature of 55°C or lower. Specific configuration supports operating at -20°C to 65°C. See Environment for the details of configuration supporting extended operation temperature.
    • The following components can operate at temperature of 55°C or lower and require proper ambient temperature to prevent performance degradation:
      • When one of the following components is installed, keep ambient temperature lower than 45°C for proper operation. If the ambient temperature is over 45°C, performance degradation or throttled event might occur.
      • 16 core processor
      • NVMe M.2 drives
      • NVMe U.3 drives
    • When one of the following drives is installed in Slot 7 to 10 (M.2 Bay 6 to 9) with heavy workload, keep ambient temperature lower than 40°C for proper operation. If the ambient temperature is over 40°C, performance degradation or throttled event might occur.
      • NVMe M.2 drives
      • NVMe U.3 drives
    • When a 300W external power adapter is installed, keep ambient temperature lower than 40°C to prevent performance degradation. If the ambient temperature is over 40°C, performance degradation or throttled event might occur.
    • The following components can operate at temperature of 50°C or lower. Keep ambient temperature lower than 45°C to prevent performance degradation:
      • ThinkSystem NVIDIA A2 16GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU
      • ThinkSystem NVIDIA L4 PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU
    • ThinkSystem Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 can operate at temperature of 45°C or lower.
       

    For CTO orders, specify the operational temperature requirement and the shock & vibration requirement, by selecting the feature codes listed in the following table. Selecting the higher temperature and shock/vibration values will ensure the correct heat/vibration tolerant components are selected.

    Table 49. Environmental requirements for CTO orders
    Feature code Description
    Operational temperature selections
    BW2H System Operational Temperature 5C to 40C / 41F to 104F
    B8ZU System Operational Temperature 0C to 55C / 32F to 131F
    BS6W System Operational Temperature -20C to 65C (supports 70C for up to 16 Hours) / -4F to 149F (supports 158F for up to 16 Hours)

    Environment

    ThinkEdge SE360 V2 complies with ASHRAE Class A4 specifications. System performance may be impacted when operating temperature is outside AHSARE A4 specification or fan failed condition with ambient temperature over 25°C

    • ThinkEdge SE360 V2 is supported in the following environment:
      • Air temperature:
        • Operating
        •  ASHARE Class H1: 5°C to 25°C (41°F to 77°F); the maximum ambient temperature decreases by 1°C for every 500 m (1640 ft) increase in altitude above 900 m (2,953 ft).
        • ASHARE Class A2: 10°C to 35°C (50°F to 95°F); the maximum ambient temperature decreases by 1°C for every 300 m (984 ft) increase in altitude above 900 m (2,953 ft).
        • ASHARE Class A3: 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F); the maximum ambient temperature decreases by 1°C for every 175m (574 ft) increase in altitude above 900 m (2,953 ft).
        • ASHARE Class A4: 5°C to 45°C (41°F to 113°F); the maximum ambient temperature decreases by 1°C for every 125m (410 ft) increase in altitude above 900 m (2,953 ft).
      • Server off: 5°C to 45°C (41°F to 113°F)
        • Extended operation temperature (with limited configuration):
          • Server on: -20°C to 65°C (-4°F to 149°F), to 70°C for 16 hours(158°F)
          • Server off: -20°C to 65°C (-4°F to 149°F)

    Notes: The configurations with one of the following PCIe adapters do not comply with IP3X standard:

    • ThinkSystem Qualcomm Cloud AI 100
    • ThinkSystem Intel Flex 140 12GB Gen4 Passive GPU
    • ThinkSystem Intel X710-T4L 10GBase-T 4-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter
    • ThinkSystem Intel E810-DA2 10/25GbE SFP28 2-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter

    Attention: Airborne particulates and reactive gases acting alone or in combination with other environmental factors
    such as humidity or temperature might pose a risk to the server. For information about the limits for particulates and gases, see “SE360 V2 user guide”.

    The following table indicates what environmental conditions (ambient temperature) are supported with supported options, such as: processors, memory, the M.2 drives and GPUs.

    Table 50. Drive and GPU support based on environmental selections (ambient temperature)
    Part number Description 0°C to 35°C 36°C to 40°C 41°C to 45°C 46°C to 50°C 51°C to 55°C 56°C to 65°C
    Processor on Planar
    CTO only ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2712T 4C 65W 1.9 GHz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    CTO only ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2733NT 8C 80W 2.1 GHz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    CTO only ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2752TER 12C 77W 1.8 GHz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes†
    CTO only ThinkEdge SE350 V2/SE360 V2 Planar with Intel Xeon D-2775TE 16C 100W 2.0 GHz Yes Yes Yes Yes† Yes† No
    Memory
    4X77A08632 ThinkSystem 16GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx8 1.2V) RDIMM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4X77A08633 ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4X77A08634 ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx8 1.2V) RDIMM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4X77A08635 ThinkSystem 64GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4X77A83361 ThinkSystem 32GB TruDDR4 3200 MHz (2Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM Extended Temperature Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes†
    7mm SATA SSD - Intel S4520
    4XB7A17106 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 240GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A17107 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 480GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A17108 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 960GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A78622 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 1.92TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A78623 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 3.84TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A78624 ThinkSystem 7mm S4520 7.68TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    7mm SATA SSD - Micron 5400
    4XB7A82264 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 240GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82265 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 480GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82266 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 960GB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82267 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82268 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82269 ThinkSystem 7mm 5400 PRO 7.68TB Read Intensive SATA 6Gb HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    7mm NVMe SSD - Micron 7450
    4XB7A82851 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 MAX 800GB Mixed Use NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A82853 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 PRO 960GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A82855 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A82856 ThinkSystem 7mm U.3 7450 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 HS SSD Yes Yes Yes Yes† Yes† No
    M.2 NVMe SSD - Micron 7450 (Data Drive)
    4XB7A82674 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 960GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes† Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A82675 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes† Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A82676 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 MAX 800GB Mixed Use NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes† Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A82852 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes† Yes† Yes† No
    4XB7A83139 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 480GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes† Yes† Yes† No
    M.2 NVMe SSD - Micron 7450 (Boot Drive)
    4XB7A82674 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 960GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82675 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 1.92TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82676 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 MAX 800GB Mixed Use NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A82852 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 3.84TB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XB7A83139 ThinkSystem M.2 7450 PRO 480GB Read Intensive NVMe PCIe 4.0 x4 NHS SSD (with Heatsink) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    GPU
    4X67A81547 ThinkSystem NVIDIA A2 16GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU w/o CEC Yes Yes Yes Yes† No No
    4X67A84824 ThinkSystem NVIDIA L4 24GB PCIe Gen4 Passive GPU Yes Yes Yes Yes† No No
    4X67A84009 ThinkSystem Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 Yes Yes Yes No No No
    Network adapters
    7ZT7A00535 Lenovo ThinkSystem I350-T4 PCIe 1Gb 4-Port RJ45 Ethernet Adapter By Intel Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XC7A08295 ThinkSystem Intel E810-DA2 10/25GbE SFP28 2-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
    4XC7A79699 ThinkSystem Intel X710-T4L 10GBASE-T 4-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No

    † Performance might slightly decrease with this temperature region

    Shock and vibration

    Table 51. Shock and vibration specifications
    Mounting type of ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Shock (when the server is in operation) Shock (when the server is not in operation, such as in shipping) Vibration (when the server is in operation) Vibration (when the server is not in operation, such as in shipping)
    Desktop mount (standing alone)

    Half-sine wave, 15G 11ms

    Trapezoidal wave, 50G 167 inch/sec

    5-100 Hz, 0.15 Grms, 30 mins

    2-200 Hz, 1.04 Grms, 15 mins

    Rack mount (2U2N enclosure)

    Half-sine wave, 15G 3ms

    Free-fall drop height: 100mm

    Equivalent shock: 70 inch/sec, 2-3 ms

    5-500 Hz, 0.21 Grms, 15mins

    2-200Hz, 0.8 Grms, 15mins

    DIN-rail mount Half-sine wave, 15G 11ms Not applicable 5-100 Hz, 0.15 Grms, 30 mins Not applicable
    Wall mount

    Half-sine wave, 40G 6ms

    Half-sine wave, 30G 11ms

    Not applicable

    1.91 Grms, 10-500 Hz, 30 mins

    1.04 Grms, 10-500 Hz, 1 hr

    Not applicable
    Ceiling mount Not applicable Not applicable

    1.91 Grms, 10-500z, 30 mins

    1.04 Grms, 10-500z, 1 hr

    Not applicable

    Particulate contamination

    • SE360 V2supports a dust filter installed at rear of the node. The dust filter has a Minimum Efficiency Rating Value (MERV) of 5, per ASHRAE 52.2-2017 / 80% Average Arrestance per ASHRAE 52.1-1992.

    • SE360 V22U2N Enclosuresupports a set of dust filters installed in the front shipping bracket. The dust filter set has a Minimum Efficiency Rating Value (MERV) of 5, per ASHRAE 52.2-2017 / 80% Average Arrestance per ASHRAE 52.1-1992.

    • SE360 V2complies with IP3X Ingress Protection per ANSI/IEC60529-2020 Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures (IP Code)

    • Note: The configurations with one of the following PCIe adapters do not comply with IP3X standard:

      • ThinkSystem Qualcomm Cloud AI 100

      • ThinkSystem Intel Flex 140 12GB Gen4 Passive GPU

      • ThinkSystem Intel X710-T4L 10GBase-T 4-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter

      • ThinkSystem Intel E810-DA2 10/25GbE SFP28 2-Port PCIe Ethernet Adapter

    Attention: Airborne particulates (including metal flakes or particles) and reactive gases acting alone or in combination with other environmental factors such as humidity or temperature might pose a risk to the device that is described in this document.

    Risks that are posed by the presence of excessive particulate levels or concentrations of harmful gases include damage that might cause the device to malfunction or cease functioning altogether. This specification sets forth limits for particulates and gases that are intended to avoid such damage. The limits must not be viewed or used as definitive limits, because numerous other factors, such as temperature or moisture content of the air, can influence the impact of particulates or environmental corrosives and gaseous contaminant transfer. In the absence of specific limits that are set forth in this document, you must implement practices that maintain particulate and gas levels that are consistent with the protection of human health and safety. If Lenovo determines that the levels of particulates or gases in your environment have caused damage to the device, Lenovo may condition provision of repair or replacement of devices or parts on implementation of appropriate remedial measures to mitigate such environmental contamination. Implementation of such remedial measures is a customer responsibility.

    Table 52. Limits for particulates and gases.
    Contaminant 

    Limits

    Reactive gases

    Severity level G1 as per ANSI/ISA 71.04-19851:

    • The copper reactivity level shall be less than 200 Angstroms per month (Å/month ≈ 0.0035 μg/cm2-hour weight gain).2

    • The silver reactivity level shall be less than 200 Angstroms per month (Å/month ≈ 0.0035 μg/cm2-hour weight gain).3

    • The reactive monitoring of gaseous corrosivity must be conducted approximately 5 cm (2 in.) in front of the rack on the air inlet side at one-quarter and three-quarter frame height off the floor or where the air velocity is much higher.

    Airborne particulates

    Data centers must meet the cleanliness level of ISO 14644-1 class 8.

    For data centers without airside economizer, the ISO 14644-1 class 8 cleanliness might be met by choosing one of the following filtration methods:

    • The room air might be continuously filtered with MERV 8 filters.

    • Air entering a data center might be filtered with MERV 11 or preferably MERV 13 filters.

    For data centers with airside economizers, the choice of filters to achieve ISO class 8 cleanliness depends on the specific conditions present at that data center.

    • The deliquescent relative humidity of the particulate contamination should be more than 60% RH.4

    • Data centers must be free of zinc whiskers.5

    Notes:

    1ANSI/ISA-71.04-1985.Environmental conditions for process measurement and control systems: Airborne contaminants. Instrument Society of America, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, U.S.A.

    2The derivation of the equivalence between the rate of copper corrosion growth in the thickness of the corrosion product in Å/month and the rate of weight gain assumes that Cu2S and Cu2O grow in equal proportions

    .3The derivation of the equivalence between the rate of silver corrosion growth in the thickness of the corrosion product in Å/month and the rate of weight gain assumes that Ag2S is the only corrosion product.

    4The deliquescent relative humidity of particulate contamination is the relative humidity at which the dust absorbs enough water to become wet and promote ionic conduction.

    5Surface debris is randomly collected from 10 areas of the data center on a 1.5 cm diameter disk of sticky electrically conductive tape on a metal stub. If examination of the sticky tape in a scanning electron microscope reveals no zinc whiskers, the data center is considered free of zinc whiskers.

    Airflow

    The SE360 V2 supports two types of air-flow which can be front to rear (F2R) or rear to front(R2F)

    Table 53. Reversible airflow 
    Feature code Description
    BS5V ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Fan Assembly (Rear to Front)
    BS5W ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Fan Assembly (Front to Rear)

    Rear dust filter and air flow sensor when SE360 V2 server is setup as R2F

    Table 54. Air flow sensor
    Feature code Description
    BS5T ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Air Flow Sensor Module

    Dust filter

    SE360 V2 supports a dust filter installed at rear of the node. The dust filter has a Minimum Efficiency Rating Value (MERV) of 5, per ASHRAE 52.2-2017 / 80% Average Arrestance per ASHRAE 52.1-1992.

    Table 55. Dust filter
    Part number Feature code Description
    4XF7A86287 BS5U ThinkEdge SE360 V2 Dust Filter Assembly (Rear)

    Warranty and Support

    The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 has 3-year warranty based on the machine type of the system:

    • 7DAM- 3 year warranty

    The ThinkEdge SE360 V2 2U2N Enclosure has the following warranty:

    • 7DBN- 3 year warranty

    The standard warranty terms are customer-replaceable unit (CRU) and onsite (for field-replaceable units FRUs only) with standard call center support during normal business hours and 9x5 Next Business Day Parts Delivered.

    Lenovo’s additional support services provide a sophisticated, unified support structure for your data center, with an experience consistently ranked number one in customer satisfaction worldwide. Available offerings include:

    • Premier Support

      Premier Support provides a Lenovo-owned customer experience and delivers direct access to technicians skilled in hardware, software, and advanced troubleshooting, in addition to the following:

      • Direct technician-to-technician access through a dedicated phone line
      • 24x7x365 remote support
      • Single point of contact service
      • End to end case management
      • Third-party collaborative software support
      • Online case tools and live chat support
      • On-demand remote system analysis
    • Warranty Upgrade (Preconfigured Support)

      Services are available to meet the on-site response time targets that match the criticality of your systems.

      • 3, 4, or 5 years of service coverage
      • 1-year or 2-year post-warranty extensions
      • Foundation Service: 9x5 service coverage with next business day onsite response. YourDrive YourData is an optional extra (see below).
      • Essential Service: 24x7 service coverage with 4-hour onsite response or 24-hour committed repair (available only in select markets). Bundled with YourDrive YourData.
      • Advanced Service: 24x7 service coverage with 2-hour onsite response or 6-hour committed repair (available only in select markets). Bundled with YourDrive YourData.
    • Managed Services

      Lenovo Managed Services provides continuous 24x7 remote monitoring (plus 24x7 call center availability) and proactive management of your data center using state-of-the-art tools, systems, and practices by a team of highly skilled and experienced Lenovo services professionals.

      Quarterly reviews check error logs, verify firmware & OS device driver levels, and software as needed. We’ll also maintain records of latest patches, critical updates, and firmware levels, to ensure you systems are providing business value through optimized performance.

    • Technical Account Management (TAM)

      A Lenovo Technical Account Manager helps you optimize the operation of your data center based on a deep understanding of your business. You gain direct access to your Lenovo TAM, who serves as your single point of contact to expedite service requests, provide status updates, and furnish reports to track incidents over time. In addition, your TAM will help proactively make service recommendations and manage your service relationship with Lenovo to make certain your needs are met.

    • Enterprise Server Software Support

      Enterprise Software Support is an additional support service providing customers with software support on Microsoft, Red Hat, SUSE, and VMware applications and systems. Around the clock availability for critical problems plus unlimited calls and incidents helps customers address challenges fast, without incremental costs. Support staff can answer troubleshooting and diagnostic questions, address product comparability and interoperability issues, isolate causes of problems, report defects to software vendors, and more.

    • YourDrive YourData

      Lenovo’s YourDrive YourData is a multi-drive retention offering that ensures your data is always under your control, regardless of the number of drives that are installed in your Lenovo server. In the unlikely event of a drive failure, you retain possession of your drive while Lenovo replaces the failed drive part. Your data stays safely on your premises, in your hands. The YourDrive YourData service can be purchased in convenient bundles and is optional with Foundation Service. It is bundled with Essential Service and Advanced Service.

    • Health Check

      Having a trusted partner who can perform regular and detailed health checks is central to maintaining efficiency and ensuring that your systems and business are always running at their best. Health Check supports Lenovo-branded server, storage, and networking devices, as well as select Lenovo-supported products from other vendors that are sold by Lenovo or a Lenovo-Authorized Reseller.

    Examples of region-specific warranty terms are second or longer business day parts delivery or parts-only base warranty.

    If warranty terms and conditions include onsite labor for repair or replacement of parts, Lenovo will dispatch a service technician to the customer site to perform the replacement. Onsite labor under base warranty is limited to labor for replacement of parts that have been determined to be field-replaceable units (FRUs). Parts that are determined to be customer-replaceable units (CRUs) do not include onsite labor under base warranty.

    If warranty terms include parts-only base warranty, Lenovo is responsible for delivering only replacement parts that are under base warranty (including FRUs) that will be sent to a requested location for self-service. Parts-only service does not include a service technician being dispatched onsite. Parts must be changed at customer’s own cost and labor and defective parts must be returned following the instructions supplied with the spare parts.

    Lenovo Service offerings are region-specific. Not all preconfigured support and upgrade options are available in every region. For information about Lenovo service upgrade offerings that are available in your region, refer to the following resources:

    For service definitions, region-specific details, and service limitations, please refer to the following documents:

    Services

    Lenovo Services is a dedicated partner to your success. Our goal is to reduce your capital outlays, mitigate your IT risks, and accelerate your time to productivity.

    Note: Some service options may not be available in all markets or regions. For more information, go to https://www.lenovo.com/services. For information about Lenovo service upgrade offerings that are available in your region, contact your local Lenovo sales representative or business partner.

    Here’s a more in-depth look at what we can do for you:

    • Asset Recovery Services

      Asset Recovery Services (ARS) helps customers recover the maximum value from their end-of-life equipment in a cost-effective and secure way. On top of simplifying the transition from old to new equipment, ARS mitigates environmental and data security risks associated with data center equipment disposal. Lenovo ARS is a cash-back solution for equipment based on its remaining market value, yielding maximum value from aging assets and lowering total cost of ownership for your customers. For more information, see the ARS page, https://lenovopress.com/lp1266-reduce-e-waste-and-grow-your-bottom-line-with-lenovo-ars.

    • Assessment Services

      An Assessment helps solve your IT challenges through an onsite, multi-day session with a Lenovo technology expert. We perform a tools-based assessment which provides a comprehensive and thorough review of a company's environment and technology systems. In addition to the technology based functional requirements, the consultant also discusses and records the non-functional business requirements, challenges, and constraints. Assessments help organizations like yours, no matter how large or small, get a better return on your IT investment and overcome challenges in the ever-changing technology landscape.

    • Design Services

      Professional Services consultants perform infrastructure design and implementation planning to support your strategy. The high-level architectures provided by the assessment service are turned into low level designs and wiring diagrams, which are reviewed and approved prior to implementation. The implementation plan will demonstrate an outcome-based proposal to provide business capabilities through infrastructure with a risk-mitigated project plan.

    • Basic Hardware Installation

      Lenovo experts can seamlessly manage the physical installation of your server, storage, or networking hardware. Working at a time convenient for you (business hours or off shift), the technician will unpack and inspect the systems on your site, install options, mount in a rack cabinet, connect to power and network, check and update firmware to the latest levels, verify operation, and dispose of the packaging, allowing your team to focus on other priorities.

    • Deployment Services

      When investing in new IT infrastructures, you need to ensure your business will see quick time to value with little to no disruption. Lenovo deployments are designed by development and engineering teams who know our Products & Solutions better than anyone else, and our technicians own the process from delivery to completion. Lenovo will conduct remote preparation and planning, configure & integrate systems, validate systems, verify and update appliance firmware, train on administrative tasks, and provide post-deployment documentation. Customer’s IT teams leverage our skills to enable IT staff to transform with higher level roles and tasks.

    • Integration, Migration, and Expansion Services

      Move existing physical & virtual workloads easily, or determine technical requirements to support increased workloads while maximizing performance. Includes tuning, validation, and documenting ongoing run processes. Leverage migration assessment planning documents to perform necessary migrations.

    Regulatory compliance

    The SE360 V2 conforms to the following standards:

    • ANSI/UL62368-1
    • IEC 62368-1 (CB Certificate and CB Test Report)
    • FCC - Verified to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Class A
    • Canada ICES-003, issue 7, Class A
    • CSA C22.2 No. 62368-1
    • CISPR 32, Class A, CISPR 35
    • Japan VCCI, Class A
    • Taiwan BSMI CNS15936, Class A; CNS15598-1; Section 5 of CNS15663
    • CE, UKCA Mark (EN55032 Class A, EN62368-1, EN55024, EN55035, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, (EU) 617/2013, and EN IEC 63000 (RoHS))
    • Korea KN32, Class A, KN35
    • Russia, Belorussia and Kazakhstan, TP EAC 037/2016 (for RoHS)
    • Russia, Belorussia and Kazakhstan, EAC: TP TC 004/2011 (for Safety); TP TC 020/2011 (for EMC)
    • EAC Russia, Belorussia and Kazakhstan, TR CU 020/2011 and TR CU 004/2011
    • Australia/New Zealand AS/NZS CISPR 32, Class A; AS/NZS 62368.1
    • UL Green Guard, UL2819
    • China CCC certificate, GB17625.1; GB4943.1; GB/T9254.1
    • China CECP certificate, CQC3135
    • China CELP certificate, HJ 2507-2011
    • Japanese Energy-Saving Act
    • Mexico NOM-019
    • TUV-GS (EN62368-1, and EK1-ITB2000)
    • India BIS 13252 (Part 1)
    • Germany GS
    • Brazil INMETRO
    • South Africa NRCS LOA
    • Ukraine UkrCEPRO
    • Morocco CMIM Certification (CM)

    Top-of-rack Ethernet switches

    The server supports the top-of-rack Ethernet switches that are listed in the following table. These switches have front-to-rear (reverse) airflow for use with servers where the networking ports are at the front of the server.

    Table 56. Top-of-rack switches

    Part number Description
    1 Gb top-of-rack switches
    7Y810012WW Lenovo ThinkSystem NE0152T RackSwitch (Front to Rear)
    715952F Lenovo RackSwitch G8052 (Front to Rear)
    10 Gb top-of-rack switches
    7159A2X Lenovo ThinkSystem NE1032 RackSwitch (Front to Rear)
    7159B2X Lenovo ThinkSystem NE1032T RackSwitch (Front to Rear)
    7159C2X Lenovo ThinkSystem NE1072T RackSwitch (Front to Rear)
    715964F Lenovo RackSwitch G8264 (Front to Rear)
    7159DFX Lenovo RackSwitch G8264CS (Front to Rear)
    7159CFV Lenovo RackSwitch G8272 (Front to Rear)
    7159GR5 Lenovo RackSwitch G8296 (Front to Rear)
    7159BF7 Lenovo RackSwitch G8124E (Front to Rear)
    25 Gb top-of-rack switches
    7159E2X Lenovo ThinkSystem NE2572 RackSwitch (Front to Rear)
    40 Gb top-of-rack switches
    7159BFX Lenovo RackSwitch G8332 (Front to Rear)
    100 Gb top-of-rack switches
    7159D2X Lenovo ThinkSystem NE10032 RackSwitch (Front to Rear)

    For more information, see the list of Product Guides in the Top-of-rack switches categories:

    Uninterruptible power supply units

    The following table lists the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) units that are offered by Lenovo.

    Table 57. Uninterruptible power supply units
    Part number Description
    55941AX RT1.5kVA 2U Rack or Tower UPS (100-125VAC)
    55941KX RT1.5kVA 2U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55942AX RT2.2kVA 2U Rack or Tower UPS (100-125VAC)
    55942KX RT2.2kVA 2U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55943AX RT3kVA 2U Rack or Tower UPS (100-125VAC)
    55943KX RT3kVA 2U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55945KX RT5kVA 3U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55946KX RT6kVA 3U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55948KX RT8kVA 6U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55949KX RT11kVA 6U Rack or Tower UPS (200-240VAC)
    55948PX RT8kVA 6U 3:1 Phase Rack or Tower UPS (380-415VAC)
    55949PX RT11kVA 6U 3:1 Phase Rack or Tower UPS (380-415VAC)
    55943KT† ThinkSystem RT3kVA 2U Standard UPS (200-230VAC) (2x C13 10A, 2x GB 10A, 1x C19 16A outlets)
    55943LT† ThinkSystem RT3kVA 2U Long Backup UPS (200-230VAC) (2x C13 10A, 2x GB 10A, 1x C19 16A outlets)
    55946KT† ThinkSystem RT6kVA 5U UPS (200-230VAC) (2x C13 10A outlets, 1x Terminal Block output)
    5594XKT† ThinkSystem RT10kVA 5U UPS (200-230VAC) (2x C13 10A outlets, 1x Terminal Block output)

    † Only available in China and the Asia Pacific market.

    For more information, see the list of Product Guides in the UPS category:
    https://lenovopress.com/servers/options/ups

    Power distribution units

    The following table lists the power distribution units (PDUs) that are offered by Lenovo.

    Table 58. Power distribution units
    Part
    number
    Feature
    code
    Description
    ANZ
    ASEAN
    Brazil
    EET
    MEA
    RUCIS
    WE
    HTK
    INDIA
    JAPAN
    LA
    NA
    PRC
    0U Basic PDUs
    00YJ776 ATZY 0U 36 C13/6 C19 24A 1 Phase PDU N Y Y N N N N N N Y Y Y N
    00YJ779 ATZX 0U 21 C13/12 C19 48A 3 Phase PDU N N Y N N N Y N N Y Y Y N
    00YJ777 ATZZ 0U 36 C13/6 C19 32A 1 Phase PDU Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y Y
    00YJ778 AU00 0U 21 C13/12 C19 32A 3 Phase PDU Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y Y
    0U Switched and Monitored PDUs
    00YJ783 AU04 0U 12 C13/12 C19 Switched and Monitored 48A 3 Phase PDU N N Y N N N Y N N Y Y Y N
    00YJ781 AU03 0U 20 C13/4 C19 Switched and Monitored 24A 1 Phase PDU N N Y N Y N Y N N Y Y Y N
    00YJ782 AU02 0U 18 C13/6 C19 Switched and Monitored 32A 3 Phase PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y N Y
    00YJ780 AU01 0U 20 C13/4 C19 Switched and Monitored 32A 1 Phase PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y N Y
    1U Switched and Monitored PDUs
    4PU7A81117 BNDV 1U 18 C19/C13 switched and monitored 48A 3P WYE PDU - ETL N N N N N N N N N N N Y N
    4PU7A77467 BLC4 1U 18 C19/C13 Switched and Monitored 80A 3P Delta PDU N N N N N N N N N Y N Y N
    4PU7A77469 BLC6 1U 12 C19/C13 switched and monitored 60A 3P Delta PDU N N N N N N N N N N N Y N
    4PU7A77468 BLC5 1U 12 C19/C13 switched and monitored 32A 3P WYE PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y
    4PU7A81118 BNDW 1U 18 C19/C13 switched and monitored 48A 3P WYE PDU - CE Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y N Y
    46M4002 5896 1U 9 C19/3 C13 Switched and Monitored DPI PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    46M4004 5894 1U 12 C13 Switched and Monitored DPI PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    46M4003 5897 1U 9 C19/3 C13 Switched and Monitored 60A 3 Phase PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    46M4005 5895 1U 12 C13 Switched and Monitored 60A 3 Phase PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    1U Ultra Density Enterprise PDUs (9x IEC 320 C13 + 3x IEC 320 C19 outlets)
    71763NU 6051 Ultra Density Enterprise C19/C13 PDU 60A/208V/3PH N N Y N N N N N N Y Y Y N
    71762NX 6091 Ultra Density Enterprise C19/C13 PDU Module Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    1U C13 Enterprise PDUs (12x IEC 320 C13 outlets)
    39M2816 6030 DPI C13 Enterprise PDU Plus Module (WW) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    39Y8941 6010 DPI C13 Enterprise PDU Module (WW) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    1U C19 Enterprise PDUs (6x IEC 320 C19 outlets)
    39Y8948 6060 DPI C19 Enterprise PDU Module (WW) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    39Y8923 6061 DPI Three-phase 60A/208V C19 Enterprise PDU (US) N N Y N N N Y N N N Y Y N
    1U Front-end PDUs (3x IEC 320 C19 outlets)
    39Y8938 6002 DPI Single-phase 30A/120V Front-end PDU (US) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    39Y8939 6003 DPI Single-phase 30A/208V Front-end PDU (US) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    39Y8934 6005 DPI Single-phase 32A/230V Front-end PDU (International) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    39Y8940 6004 DPI Single-phase 60A/208V Front-end PDU (US) Y N Y Y Y Y Y N N Y Y Y N
    39Y8935 6006 DPI Single-phase 63A/230V Front-end PDU (International) Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    1U NEMA PDUs (6x NEMA 5-15R outlets)
    39Y8905 5900 DPI 100-127V NEMA PDU Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    Line cords for 1U PDUs that ship without a line cord
    40K9611 6504 4.3m, 32A/380-415V, EPDU/IEC 309 3P+N+G 3ph wye (non-US) Line Cord Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    40K9612 6502 4.3m, 32A/230V, EPDU to IEC 309 P+N+G (non-US) Line Cord Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    40K9613 6503 4.3m, 63A/230V, EPDU to IEC 309 P+N+G (non-US) Line Cord Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    40K9614 6500 4.3m, 30A/208V, EPDU to NEMA L6-30P (US) Line Cord Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    40K9615 6501 4.3m, 60A/208V, EPDU to IEC 309 2P+G (US) Line Cord N N Y N N N Y N N Y Y Y N
    40K9617 6505 4.3m, 32A/230V, Souriau UTG Female to AS/NZ 3112 (Aus/NZ) Line Cord Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
    40K9618 6506 4.3m, 32A/250V, Souriau UTG Female to KSC 8305 (S. Korea) Line Cord Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

    For more information, see the Lenovo Press documents in the PDU category:
    https://lenovopress.com/servers/options/pdu

    KVM console options

    The following table lists the supported KVM consoles.

    Table 59. KVM console
    Part number Description
    Consoles
    4XF7A84188 ThinkSystem 18.5" LCD Console (with US English keyboard)
    4XF7A73009 ThinkSystem 18.5" LCD console (with US English keyboard)
    17238BX 1U 18.5" Standard Console (without keyboard - see the next table)

    The following table lists the keyboards supported with the 1U 18.5" Standard Console (now withdrawn).

    Note: These keyboards are not supported with the ThinkSystem 18.5" LCD Console.

    Table 60. Keyboards for 1U 18.5" Standard Console
    Part number Description
    7ZB7A05469 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int.Pointing Device USB - Arabic 253 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05468 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Belg/UK 120 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05206 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Czech 489 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05207 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Danish 159 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05208 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Dutch 143 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05210 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Fr/Canada 445 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05209 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - French 189 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05211 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - German 129 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05212 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Greek 219 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05213 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Hebrew 212 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05214 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Hungarian 208 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05215 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Italian 141 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05216 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Japanese 194 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05217 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Korean 413 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05218 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - LA Span 171 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05219 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Norwegian 155 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05220 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Polish 214 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05221 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Portugese 163 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05222 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Russian 441 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05223 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Slovak 245 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05231 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Slovenian 234 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05224 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Spanish 172 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05225 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Swed/Finn 153 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05226 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Swiss F/G 150 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05227 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Thai 191 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05467 ThinkSystem Keyboard with Int. Pointing Device USB - Trad Chinese/US 467 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05228 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - Turkish 179 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05229 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - UK Eng 166 RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05470 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - US Eng 103P RoHS v2
    7ZB7A05230 ThinkSystem Keyboard w/ Int. Pointing Device USB - US Euro 103P RoHS v2

    The following table lists the available KVM switches and the options that are supported with them.

    Table 61. KVM switches and options
    Part number Description
    KVM Console switches
    1754D1T ThinkSystem Digital 2x1x16 KVM Switch (DVI video output port)
    1754A1T ThinkSystem Analog 1x8 KVM Switch (DVI video output port)
    1754D2X Global 4x2x32 Console Manager (GCM32)
    1754D1X Global 2x2x16 Console Manager (GCM16)
    1754A2X Local 2x16 Console Manager (LCM16)
    1754A1X Local 1x8 Console Manager (LCM8)
    Cables for ThinkSystem Digital and Analog KVM Console switches
    4X97A11108 ThinkSystem VGA to DVI Conversion Cable
    4X97A11109 ThinkSystem Single-USB Conversion Cable for Digital KVM
    4X97A11107 ThinkSystem Dual-USB Conversion Cable for Digital KVM
    4X97A11106 ThinkSystem USB Conversion Cable for Analog KVM
    Cables for GCM and LCM Console switches
    43V6147 Single Cable USB Conversion Option (UCO)
    39M2895 USB Conversion Option Pack
    46M5383 Virtual Media Conversion Option Gen2 (VCO2)
    46M5382 Serial Conversion Option (SCO)

    For more information, see the list of Product Guides in the KVM Switches and Consoles category:
    http://lenovopress.com/servers/options/kvm

    Lenovo Financial Services

    Lenovo Financial Services reinforces Lenovo’s commitment to deliver pioneering products and services that are recognized for their quality, excellence, and trustworthiness. Lenovo Financial Services offers financing solutions and services that complement your technology solution anywhere in the world.

    We are dedicated to delivering a positive finance experience for customers like you who want to maximize your purchase power by obtaining the technology you need today, protect against technology obsolescence, and preserve your capital for other uses.

    We work with businesses, non-profit organizations, governments and educational institutions to finance their entire technology solution. We focus on making it easy to do business with us. Our highly experienced team of finance professionals operates in a work culture that emphasizes the importance of providing outstanding customer service. Our systems, processes and flexible policies support our goal of providing customers with a positive experience.

    We finance your entire solution. Unlike others, we allow you to bundle everything you need from hardware and software to service contracts, installation costs, training fees, and sales tax. If you decide weeks or months later to add to your solution, we can consolidate everything into a single invoice.

    Our Premier Client services provide large accounts with special handling services to ensure these complex transactions are serviced properly. As a premier client, you have a dedicated finance specialist who manages your account through its life, from first invoice through asset return or purchase. This specialist develops an in-depth understanding of your invoice and payment requirements. For you, this dedication provides a high-quality, easy, and positive financing experience.

    For your region-specific offers, please ask your Lenovo sales representative or your technology provider about the use of Lenovo Financial Services. For more information, see the following Lenovo website:

    https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/landingpage/lenovo-financial-services/

    Seller training courses

    The following sales training courses are offered for employees and partners (login required). Courses are listed in date order.

    1. VTT: Management of Low-End Edge - March 2024
      2024-03-13 | 64 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      VTT: Management of Low-End Edge - March 2024

      XClarity Orchestrator supports the management of both ISG XCC-based servers and IDG low-end edge devices. This session will cover the architecture of the current solution, along with a demo. In addition, a proposed new architecture for future support of low-end edge devices will be covered

      Published: 2024-03-13
      Length: 64 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVSYS207
    2. Business Problems Addressed with Lenovo Data & Analytics Solutions
      2024-01-31 | 20 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Business Problems Addressed with Lenovo Data & Analytics Solutions

      Data is the quantities, characters, or symbols on which operations are performed by a computer, which is then stored and transmitted in the form of electrical signals and recorded on magnetic, optical, solid state, or mechanical recording media. All different types of organizations rely more and more on their data to gain valuable insights and improve their business. As expected, they will have challenges with gaining this insight. In this course we will discuss those challenges and problems our customers face and describe how Lenovo Data and Analytics Solutions can help customers solve each problem.

      After completing this training, you will be able to define the following common problems for databases and big data and describe how Lenovo can help customers solve each problem: scalability, management, performance, protection, security, knowledge/skill, and technology evolution.

      After completing this training, you will be able to define the following common problems for databases and big data and describe how Lenovo can help customers solve each problem: scalability, management, performance, protection, security, knowledge/skill, and technology evolution.

      Published: 2024-01-31
      Length: 20 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DSOLP200
    3. Family Introduction: Edge Servers
      2024-01-22 | 18 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Family Introduction: Edge Servers

      This course introduces the concept of edge servers. Edge servers are used at the edge of an IoT environment, where they perform pre-processing of data, and data forwarding to core environments.
      Course Objectives:
      • Describe the Internet of Things (IoT)
      • Define an edge server
      • Discuss edge server features

      Published: 2024-01-22
      Length: 18 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: SXXW1105
    4. VTT: VMware and Lenovo - Transforming Industries with VMware Edge Compute Jan. 2024
      2024-01-10 | 60 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      VTT: VMware and Lenovo - Transforming Industries with VMware Edge Compute Jan. 2024

      Join Josh David from VMware and Trent Richardson from Lenovo as they discuss the latest news from Project Bullwark, and what’s new from the VMware Edge Compute Stack. Topics will include VMware Edge real-time capabilities, Edge Orchestration, and more. Josh and Trent will also discuss determining factors when choosing between the ThinkEdge SE350 V2 and ThinkEdge SE360 V2. Together they will explore what lies in the near future for Lenovo and VMware at the Edge.

      Published: 2024-01-10
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVEDG210
    5. Partner Technical Webinar - Tech World 23 Review
      2023-12-22 | 60 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Partner Technical Webinar - Tech World 23 Review

      In this 60-minute replay, Kenny James, Lenovo Channel Sales Engineering Director, joined us to give a Channel CTO’s perspective on this year's Tech World 2023 conference where the theme was AI for All.

      Published: 2023-12-22
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: 121523
    6. Basics of the Edge Ecosystem for Sellers
      2023-12-15 | 20 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Basics of the Edge Ecosystem for Sellers

      The purpose of this learning module is to familiarize Lenovo field sales, inside sales and partners with the Edge ecosystem and how Lenovo fits into the Edge space.

      • Explain the basics of an Edge Ecosystem
      • Articulate the inherent challenges of Edge Computing
      • Present how Lenovo fits in the Edge Ecosystem

      Published: 2023-12-15
      Length: 20 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DTEF101
    7. The 10-minute Edge conversation for Lenovo Sellers
      2023-12-14 | 20 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      The 10-minute Edge conversation for Lenovo Sellers

      The purpose of this course is to enable sellers to have a 10 to 15-minute customer conversation addressing the relevancy of Edge solutions to the customer business.

      Learning Objectives:

      • Prepare for the initial customer conversation
      • Hold a 10-minute Edge Operational Technology (OT) conversation
      • Take the appropriate steps to progress the sale

      Published: 2023-12-14
      Length: 20 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DTEF103
    8. Intel and Lenovo Bringing AI Everywhere
      2023-12-13 | 50 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      Intel and Lenovo Bringing AI Everywhere

      Join Patrick Cassleman of Intel as he discusses how Lenovo and Intel can partner to help customers develop and deploy sustainable AI hardware and software from the edge to the cloud. Patrick will discuss Intel’s full AI portfolio, plus available features and tools to help your customers attain sustainable AI.

      Published: 2023-12-13
      Length: 50 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVEDG209
    9. VTT: Lenovo in the Era of the Edge-June 2023
      2023-12-04 | 60 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      VTT: Lenovo in the Era of the Edge-June 2023

      Join Richard Jenkins from the Lenovo Edge Computing Business Development group as he discusses how Lenovo fits in the era of the Edge. Topics covered in this VTT session include:
      - customer use cases at the Edge
      - the needed consortium to build an Edge Solution
      - Lenovo edge portfolio
      - The advantages of LOC-A and XClarity at the Edge

      Published: 2023-12-04
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DVEDG201
    10. VTT: ThinkEdge SE350V2 and ThinkEdge SE360 V2, Wave 2 - What's new for bringing AI and computing to the source of the data?
      2023-11-03 | 75 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      VTT: ThinkEdge SE350V2 and ThinkEdge SE360 V2, Wave 2 - What's new for bringing AI and computing to the source of the data?

      Join Aaron Shao, Sr. Product Manager from Lenovo ThinkEdge Business Unit, as he explores details of the added features for the SE350 V2 and SE360 V2 in Wave 2. Aaron will cover generation transition and product selling points as he discusses customer advantages of the SE350 V2 and SE360 V2 in the context of AI and compute.

      Published: 2023-11-03
      Length: 75 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVEDG207
    11. VTT: Edge Product Innovation, ISVs, and Market trends - AP & PRC, Oct. 2023
      2023-10-12 | 60 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      VTT: Edge Product Innovation, ISVs, and Market trends - AP & PRC, Oct. 2023

      Join Richard Jenkins from the AP Edge solutions group as he discusses the difference between Industrial Internet of things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT). Richard takes a look at how both are relevant to combining edge servers with hybrid cloud architecture. Topics include:
      • Integration of ISV Concepts
      • Edge serving clusters and megaclusters
      • Container designs for SE10, SE30 & SE50

      Published: 2023-10-12
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVEDG206
    12. VTT: Edge Product Innovation, ISVs, and Market trends - EMEA, LA & NA, Oct. 2023
      2023-10-11 | 60 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      VTT: Edge Product Innovation, ISVs, and Market trends - EMEA, LA & NA, Oct. 2023

      Join Per Ljungstrom and Anthony Sayers as they discuss the difference between Industrial Internet of things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT). They look at how both are relevant to combining edge servers with hybrid cloud architecture. Topics include:
      • Integration of ISV Concepts
      • Edge serving clusters and megaclusters
      • Container designs for SE10, SE30 & SE50

      Published: 2023-10-11
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVEDG205
    13. Intro to Edge: 3Ws of Edge Computing for Lenovo Sellers
      2023-09-14 | 13 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Intro to Edge: 3Ws of Edge Computing for Lenovo Sellers

      This course provides fundamental concepts and a learning foundation for those who are new to the data center and to computing at the Edge. It defines where is the Edge, identifies what are the business drivers for edge computing, and discusses why is edge computing important to Lenovo. September 2023

      Published: 2023-09-14
      Length: 13 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DTEF100
    14. Lenovo Solutions for the Edge - Who Are the Customers?
      2023-09-14 | 25 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Lenovo Solutions for the Edge - Who Are the Customers?

      This course is focused on enabling sellers to identify opportunities for Lenovo Edge and Edge AI Solutions. Topics include a general overview of the Lenovo Edge portfolio and recognizing how edge computing can benefit customers.

      Course Objectives:
      • Identify Lenovo Edge Opportunities
      • Recognize how an Edge solution would benefit your customer
      • Provide a general overview of Lenovo solutions at the Edge
      • Identify key points for your customer Edge conversation

      Published: 2023-09-14
      Length: 25 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DTEF102
    15. Family Portfolio - Edge
      2023-09-12 | 15 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Family Portfolio - Edge

      This course introduces edge environments, and the roles played by Lenovo edge servers and edge clients in those environments. It looks briefly at use cases for these edge devices.
      When you have completed this course, you should be able to list the edge solutions in the Lenovo portfolio, describe the features of each solution, and determine which solution is best suited to a specific environment.

      Published: 2023-09-12
      Length: 15 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: SXXW2513r2
    16. VTT: VMware Edge Compute Stack, August 2023
      2023-08-17 | 60 minutes | Employees Only
      Details
      VTT: VMware Edge Compute Stack, August 2023

      Edge Compute drives business transformation in sectors like retail, manufacturing & utilities. It intersects with IoT sensors, robotics & AI, and supports use cases requiring computing closer to operations. Implementing Edge Compute at scale requires a platform supporting verticalized applications, manageability, reliability & security. Join Josh David from VMware and Alejandro Perez from Lenovo as they discuss how the VMware Edge Stack enables real-time intelligence & immersive experiences at the Edge.

      Published: 2023-08-17
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Course code: DVEDG203
    17. Lenovo Data Center Product Portfolio
      2023-07-21 | 15 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Lenovo Data Center Product Portfolio

      This course introduces the Lenovo data center portfolio, and covers servers, storage, storage networking, and software-defined infrastructure products. After completing this course about Lenovo data center products, you will be able to identify product types within each data center family, describe Lenovo innovations that this product family or category uses, and recognize when a specific product should be selected.

      Published: 2023-07-21
      Length: 15 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: SXXW1110r6
    18. Partner Technical Webinar - ThinkEdge SE350 V2 & SE360 V2 Update
      2023-07-13 | 60 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Partner Technical Webinar - ThinkEdge SE350 V2 & SE360 V2 Update

      July 7, 2023 – in this 60-minute replay, Benoit Robert, Director - Edge Server Product Management, reviewed the ThinkEdge portfolio specifically the SE350v2 and SE360v2. Benoit discussed the key differences between the 2 edge servers with a focus on form factors and use cases.

      Published: 2023-07-13
      Length: 60 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: 070723
    19. FY24Q1 AI Launch
      2023-06-14 | 15 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      FY24Q1 AI Launch

      This course covers the exciting announcements that Lenovo is making about its commitment to AI. Not only has Lenovo pledged to invest $1B in AI over the next three years, and committed $100M to bolster the Lenovo AI Innovators Program, but there are also some exciting product announcements.

      Once you complete this course, you should be able to define intelligence and artificial intelligence, describe a digital twin, and discuss the three key points of the Lenovo AI launch: investment in AI, a new AI-capable data center server, and new AI-capable edge servers.

      Published: 2023-06-14
      Length: 15 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: SXXW2516
    20. Lenovo XClarity Management Hub for Edge Server Devices
      2023-06-08 | 50 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Lenovo XClarity Management Hub for Edge Server Devices

      This course offers a comprehensive overview and demonstration of the enhanced capability to manage ThinkEdge Server Devices through Lenovo XClarity Management Hub in Lenovo XClarity Orchestrator (LXCO).

      Published: 2023-06-08
      Length: 50 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DXCO201
    21. Lenovo XClarity Management Hub for Edge Client Devices
      2023-06-08 | 50 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Lenovo XClarity Management Hub for Edge Client Devices

      This course offers a comprehensive overview and demonstration of the enhanced capability to manage ThinkEdge Client Devices through Lenovo XClarity Management Hub in Lenovo XClarity Orchestrator (LXCO).

      Published: 2023-06-08
      Length: 50 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: DXCO202
    22. Family Portfolio: Intel Edge Servers
      2023-06-07 | 15 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Family Portfolio: Intel Edge Servers

      This course introduces two new Lenovo ThinkEdge servers: the ThinkEdge SE350 V2 and ThinkEdge SE360 V2.
      After completing this course, you will be able to list the Intel edge servers in the Lenovo portfolio, describe the features of each server and determine which server is best suited to a specific environment.

      Published: 2023-06-07
      Length: 15 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: SXXW2510r2
    23. Lenovo FY24Q2 AI Announcement QH
      2023-06-07 | 3 minutes | Employees and Partners
      Details
      Lenovo FY24Q2 AI Announcement QH

      This Quick Hit covers the exciting announcements Lenovo is making about its commitment to AI. Lenovo has pledged to invest $1B in AI over the next three years, and has committed $100M to bolster the Lenovo AI Innovators Program to develop AI-Ready solutions faster. Two new servers are being added to the already impressive Lenovo Edge portfolio – the ThinkEdge SE350 V2 and ThinkEdge SE360 V2. These servers offer a wide operating temperature range and the ruggedness to handle shock, vibration, and airborne contaminants. The SE360 V2 supports GPUs, making it ideal for AI at the edge. Both servers support the new time-sensitive networking protocol, TSN, to ensure that response times are low and deterministic.
      Note: This course is presented as audio only. There are no slides or video.

      Published: 2023-06-07
      Length: 3 minutes
      Employee link: Grow@Lenovo
      Partner link: Lenovo Partner Learning
      Course code: SXXW2516a

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