Lenovo Data Centre Group (DCG) has unveiled a range of new and updated hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solutions and Lenovo cloud services in partnership with Nutanix, Microsoft and VMWare to enable customers to keep pace with evolving business needs.
HCI solutions are suited to provide virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), supporting the need for people to work remotely across many industries such as education and healthcare.
Lenovo said it’s focused on ready-to-deploy HCI solutions in partnership with industry-leading hybrid cloud software providers, which enable customers to deploy and manage a full edge-to-cloud environment with simpler updates, easy scalability and a consumption-based delivery model.
“Organisations looking to accelerate their transformation in the new, smarter normal must focus on modernising their data centre,” said Jim Holland, Regional Director for Lenovo DCG.
To guide business leaders through their cloud strategy and execution, Lenovo-funded workshops pair customers with Lenovo’s Principal Consultants to simplify and streamline the many options across multiple cloud platforms. Lenovo said by partnering with Nutanix, Microsoft, VMware and many others, customers are granted access to the best selection of pre-tested and pre-configured cloud infrastructure solutions.
“We offer a large breadth of agile and preconfigured edge-to-hybrid cloud solutions in partnership with leading HCI providers that enable customers to harness the flexibility, scalability and economics of the cloud. To help with this transition, customers can leverage our design workshops with our expert solution engineers at no obligation,” he added.
As remote work becomes the new, smarter normal, businesses need to adapt their hybrid cloud strategy and modernise their data centre infrastructure. Lenovo is addressing this by delivering an unparalleled, open platform of HCI solutions.Click below to share this article