Lenovo DCG showcases new and enhanced solutions that focus on utilizing blockchain, AI, Edge Computing, and IoT in the Data Centre to help businesses in the Kingdom with increased workloads in enterprise storage
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – November 19th, 2019: Lenovo Data Center Group (DCG), a global technology leader in driving digital transformation today announced its participation at the 3rd Annual Digital Saudi 2030 Show, the largest platform for digital transformation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company is showcasing their new solutions among over 500 C-Level executives, all engaged in the prevalent discourse around enhancing human knowledge to achieve digitalization as an enterprise, government and as a nation.
Over the course of the show, in line with the company’s ‘Smarter Technology for All’ strategy, Lenovo DCG is showcasing a series of new solutions that are spearheading the enterprise market. Responding to the current development of new-age technologies that meet the demands of customers in the Kingdom and harness the potential of data, cloud computing and machine learning Lenovo DCG’s solutions include the latest innovations in blockchain and AI in the data centre, Software Defined Data Centre solutions, Data Analytics, Edge and IoT computing and many more.
Emad Aldaous, Data Centre Country Manager, Lenovo DCG, commented: “Digital innovation is on the rise in the Kingdom with the support of the Saudi Vision 2030, in addition to the great level of talent emerging in the younger generations. As IT spending increases and businesses in the region further invest in Data Centre infrastructure, increasing workloads and managing large data sets for the rising enterprises in the Kingdom is of paramount importance. That is why we are excited to be showcasing at the Kingdom’s largest digital event. With our innovative High-Performance Computing solutions and unique business perspective on how to build end-to-end solutions with smart features, we are here to serve businesses and support their growth as we venture into new age of digital transformation.”
Richard Wilcox, Regional Director, Lenovo DCG said, “The Middle East is going through a fast-paced and turbulent shift from natural resources to a completely digital economy. Our presence in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a testament to our dedication to this region and the many opportunities it holds for growth in the enterprise Data Centre market.”