Kyndryl and Lenovo are partnering to create joint solutions that employ automation, optimisation and differentiated IT infrastructure services.
Lenovo will continue as Kyndryl’s strategic partner for IT server projects for PCs, servers, storage and next generation edge compute technologies with a portfolio of joint solutions. Kyndryl’s managed services skills and expertise will enable and support deployment of these joint solutions across customer infrastructure – from end user devices to the cloud.
Kyndryl and Lenovo also aim to provide integrated solutions for customers via an edge-to-cloud experience that leverages Lenovo’s diverse portfolio of products – spanning edge computing, mobile, PCs and data center – with Kyndryl’s customizable services for deployment, migration and optimization as a service or on prem.
“Our proven track record of delivering value to customers worldwide with Lenovo provides a solid foundation for expanding our relationship with new jointly architected solutions,” said Stephen Leonard, Global Alliances and Partnerships Leader, Kyndryl. “We’re confident that customers will be able to continue to rely on the combination of Kyndryl and Lenovo to deliver reliable, high-performance infrastructure and services from personal computers to servers and storage to advanced computing at the edge.”
Lenovo’s existing partnerships with other Kyndryl ecosystem alliance partners also will allow for deep collaboration to provide optimal solutions for customers across hybrid cloud, hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) and edge computing applications with a complete portfolio of ready to roll, plug and play solutions.
Kyndryl’s extensive global delivery network and top-tier customer service and satisfaction, combined with Lenovo’s worldwide device and technology infrastructure can help serve the expanding multi-vendor needs of customers in countries and markets across the globe.
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