MORRISVILLE, NC — Lenovo (lenovo.com) has introduced the ThinkStation P360 Ultra, which rounds out its portfolio of desktop workstations. The P360 Ultra is half the size of a traditional small form factor desktop workstation, with a chassis of less than 4L in total volume, while still boasting 12th Gen Intel Core processors and support for up to Nvidia RTX A5000 mobile professional graphics.
While companies can still deploy Lenovo’s ThinkStation P360 Tiny when extreme space-saving is needed, pros now have a powerful and versatile second option. Breaking away from the traditional small form factor workstations, the ThinkStation P360 Ultra was designed from the beginning to support high-end professional components. To do so, Lenovo worked closely with Nvidia to develop a solution to both house the GPU and provide the cooling required to support the RTX A5000 mobile graphics card. They also worked with Intel to create a dual-sided motherboard incorporating 12th Gen Intel Core processors, with up to 16 cores at up to 125 watts.
In the new design, the motherboard is positioned in the middle of the chassis, allowing for superior cooling and maximum space efficiency when configuring the workstation. The new system offers up to 128GB of DDR5 memory, two PCIe Gen 4 slots for expandability and up to 8TB of M.2 storage, along with support for up to eight displays. The ThinkStation P360 Ultra is also one of the first desktop workstations to come equipped with dual onboard ethernet and Thunderbolt 4 ports for maximum flexibility and I/O expansion. The ThinkStation P360 Ultra is fully ISV certified and tested at the highest level to pass MIL-SPEC standards.