Under the agreement, Triathlon would become the official partner for hardware upgrades, options and service parts that are no longer marketed by Lenovo.
“With limited budgets, you optimize your assets and often maintain servers beyond our planned product support period,” Luis Giron, product marketing manager at Lenovo wrote in a blog post. “We understand the importance of providing investment protection and flexibility throughout the entire technology lifecycle; that’s why we have selected Triathlon Computer as our global partner for the new Extended Lifecycle Program (ELP).”
Platforms that are supposed under program include System x, ThinkServer, BladeCenter, Flex System, NeXtScale System, iDataPlex, and Lenovo networking products.
This article, “Lenovo announces multinational partner for extended lifecycle program,” originally appeared at computerdealernews.com. Written by: CDN Staff