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Lenovo Launches AP Data Center Partner Program

Chinese PC maker Lenovo has started a new Asia Pacific data center partner program aiming to help Lenovo's channel partners provide the best data center solutions to the enterprise market.

Sumir Bhatia, vice president of Lenovo's Asia Pacific data center, said that they are excited to launch the Lenovo data centre partner program for Asia Pacific, which reflects Lenovo's solid commitment and dedication to their channel partners in the region. As a major data center brand, Lenovo is uniquely positioned to help their business partners meet diverse needs in the enterprise market, through best-of-breed data center solutions and their open eco-system of partnerships with leading IT providers.

The Asia Pacific data center partner program can offer exclusive high-quality support and incentive measures to Lenovo's business partners to help them develop businesses and reward them for the efforts they made to integrate Lenovo's solutions.

The channel partners will be divided into three levels: silver, gold, and exclusive platinum. Higher rank means more additional privileges, including certification vouchers, invitations to advisory councils, and direct access to Lenovo's knowledge base. Meanwhile, all channel partners will be able to gain rich economic rewards, training, and professional resources regardless of their levels.

Since its launch, Lenovo's data center partner program has gained more than 800 participants in Asia Pacific.

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