Data centre program launched by Lenovo
A new data centre project has been launched by Lenovo in Australia and New Zealand.
The Data Centre Partner Program focuses on five key business segments. These include the traditional data centre infrastructure, software-defined data centre, high-performance computing and artificial intelligence, hyperscale systems and data centre services.
These five segments enable participants to find clear and simply pathways to grow their revenue.
“Lenovo is uniquely positioned to help our business partners meet diverse needs in the enterprise market, through best-of-breed data centre solutions and our open eco-system of partnerships with leading IT providers,” Lenovo ANZ Group Director, Data Centre Group Rob Makin said.
Lenovo Australia has also announced its Lenovo Solution Alliance Partner Program (LSAPP), which sits within the overall DCG partner program. The program requires partners to commit to building skills and opportunities aligned to growing revenue specifically in data centre transformation.
“At Lenovo, we recognise the importance of working closely with our vendor alliance and business partners to jointly discover new opportunities and build incremental revenue streams,” said Makin.
“Our joint partnership with our Lenovo vendor alliances will provide deep expertise, innovative and dynamic data centre solutions to customers.”
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