Lenovo unveils new SAN offerings
Vendor touts high-performance storage for SMBs in Middle East
Lenovo, the world’s largest PC vendor by volume shipments, has launched two new SAN offerings ,the Lenovo Storage S2200 and S3200 storage arrays in select countries in the Middle East.
Designed for simplicity, speed, scalability and availability, the new offerings feature arrays, which easily integrate into any network environment.
According to the company, the newSAN systems support demanding workloads while painlessly and economically jump-starting the transition to flash technology.
“Today we are introducing a new standard for SAN,” said Mohammad Jweied Al-Mufleh, Storage business development manager at Lenovo Middle East and Africa. “We are furthering our commitment to our customers in the Middle East with the new Lenovo S2200 and S3200 storage offerings. This highlights our extreme focus on affordable innovation as well as further extends Lenovo’s ability to be your one-stop-shop from PCs to data centers.”
Al-Mufleh added: “The high rate of data growth, flat or shrinking IT budgets and limited IT resources with a lack of storage expertise can make it difficult for any business in the Middle East to respond to increased expectations. Lenovo responds to these and other business challenges with new storage arrays that simplify management and provide advanced functionality all at an affordable price.”
The Lenovo Storage S2200 and S3200 storage devices are now available in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE and Lebanon.