Lenovo: A Disruptor and the Challenger to Watch in the Data Centre Space


Lenovo-LogosToday, disruption is the new norm. It is no longer a question of “if”, but rather a matter of “how” and “when”. Across Asia Pacific, CEOs are investing heavily in big data, the Internet of Things, and cloud infrastructure, in order to prepare their organisations. This has led to an overwhelming demand for servers unlike anywhere else in the world – such as the year-on-year increase of 14.7% in Q4, 2015 as reported by IDC. However, a disruptive landscape like this also needs a disruptive player – one that is always a step ahead of the market.

Lenovo has truly embraced the demands of our times and emerged as a disruptive force in the technology space. We created the first multimode PC Yoga, made mobile phones modular with Moto Mods. In the enterprise, we were the first to debut a scalable 16-socket system designed to support mission-critical workloads via x86 architecture.

In the data centre, Lenovo is the only company unencumbered by legacy IT, with the heritage and widest end-to-end portfolio, leveraging best-of-breed technologies from partners like Nutanix, SAP and Redhat. We are set to continue disrupting the industry – pushing the envelope in the technology space and anticipating industry needs well ahead of others.

Understand that you’ll be attending Canalys Channels Forum 2016 – as such, we’d like to interest you to speak with Lenovo’s Asia Pacific DCG Vice President, Mr. Sumir Bhatia, who will be able to share:

  • How Lenovo Data Centre Group – a new business group created as part of Lenovo’s strategy to attack and win in the enterprise space – is innovating to become the preferred data centre partner
  • The unique DNA, portfolio and long-term strategy that will propel Lenovo to #1 in the data centre space
  • The insights shaping Lenovo’s strategy, as well as data centre landscape, key players, and expectations of channel partners

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