Lenovo transforming into a full-service solutions provider


Lenovo headquarters, China

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – LENOVO has announced new solutions it believes will enable customers to better solve rapidly growing data management needs.

This is coupled with new milestones in the Chinese headquartered company’s enterprise storage momentum.

Fueled by strong market momentum in edge-to-cloud servers, storage and software, Lenovo said it is further transforming into a full-service solutions provider with continued expansion and leadership across a comprehensive infrastructure solutions portfolio.

“Lenovo is committed to being the industry’s most trusted partner and empowering our customers’ intelligent transformation,” said Kirk Skaugen, President of Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions Group.

The executive said Lenovo’s growth in the market, now becoming the number one storage provider in price bands less than US$25 000 underscores the trust customers and partners have placed in Lenovo through its channel-centric strategy.

“The breadth of our data management portfolio is continuing to expand with our recently announced WEKA solutions, custom cloud storage solutions, and an ever-increasing software defined portfolio,” Skaugen said.

Marco Pozzoni, Director of Europe, Middle East and Africa Storage Sales at Lenovo, said the highest ranking in the entry storage market in EMEA for a second quarter exemplifies the trust the company’s partners and customers have in Lenovo Data Management solutions.

“We are growing and delivering results through consistency, reliability, and partnerships with smart and innovative solutions that help customers better monetize their data in multiple industries across the region,” Pozzoni said.

For the first time, Lenovo is ranked the leading storage provider in the “Price Bands 1-4 (storage <$25K) external storage” category, which represents 61 percent of the total market for storage device units sold globally.

In EMEA, for the second consecutive quarter it was ranked the first storage provider in the same category.

Lenovo also grew to the fifth biggest storage provider globally.

– CAJ News

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