Arrow makes available Lenovo’s ThinkServer rack and tower servers and enterprise storage product lines. In the coming weeks, Lenovo through Arrow will announce low-end storage and networking products.
“As one of the largest System X distributors for IBM globally, Arrow is pleased to be able to continue offering System X to our channel community, and to extend the offering to include Lenovo ThinkServer and Lenovo storage,” explained Mark Taylor, VP of North American servers within Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions segment, in a press release. “We look forward to supporting Lenovo in this capacity and introducing our solution provider community to Lenovo solutions and services.”
Arrow will distribute System X servers, System X-based Flex integrated systems, NeXtScale and iDataPlex servers and associated software and blade networking operations.
Arrow claims to be a value distributor for IBM for the past two decades. The company will support IBM and the solutions that are not part of Lenovo’s acquisition of the System X line including Power-based Flex servers as well as IBM training services.
“We look forward to expanding our relationship with Arrow to include support across the enterprise IT channel for System X solutions,” said Sammy Kinlaw, executive director, Channel Sales, North America, Lenovo, in a press release. “Lenovo is committed to tier-two distribution and we look forward to continuing to support solution providers with selling System X servers through our channel programs.”
Arrow says it has been Lenovo’s “partner of choice” for retirement services offered at the point of sale for Lenovo’s customers.
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