Lenovo is open and ready for business with
More than a name.
IBM System x is now a Lenovo product. Lenovo’s proven strengths in scalability, operational efficiency, innovation and a broad channel presence – combined with IBM innovation – make this transition a win all around. Lenovo extends its PC and mobile leadership into the enterprise data center with System x, accelerating its journey toward becoming the #1 server company worldwide.
Which products are now Lenovo?
How does this benefit me?
In today’s environment, your IT infrastructure choices help you stay ahead of the competition. Investing in innovative servers like System x can deliver greater performance, agility and efficiency. System x innovations, including the groundbreaking X6 and NeXtScale platforms and a range of server enhancements can help you transform your business to meet ever-changing workload demands.
Discover the new System x
Imagination unlimited. Potential unleashed. As the System x team joins Lenovo, learn what our combined experience will bring to your data center. Watch the video (00:02:09)
IBM x86 GM talks about the future with Lenovo
An interview with Adalio Sanchez on the future of x86.
Where in the world?
Lenovo transition rolls out around the globe
As of October 1, 2014, the formal transition to Lenovo from IBM is complete. However, the global rollout will happen in two phases, as countries prepare to manage sales, marketing and customer and partner interactions.
These countries are in the first wave of the transition; others will follow later in 2014.
Starting new conversations with clients
IBM Business Partners offer their perspective on the transition to Lenovo.
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Adalio Sanchez, General Manager, IBM x86 and PureSystems Solutions
FAQs for x86 Clients
Answers to questions that IBM x86 clients may have about the transition of the x86 business to Lenovo.
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Jeff Howard, Vice President, IBM PureSystems and BladeCenter
IDC analysts optimistic on pending acquisition of IBM x86 business
IDC Link says the transition is "accelerating [IBM's] strategy" to focus on software, services and "the emerging 3rd Platform."
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A stronger portfolio for customers
TBR analysts discuss how, with the transition, IBM and Lenovo are aligning to drive synergies and create greater value for clients.
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Can a move spark a transformation?
See it happen with the System x transition to Lenovo
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Smart CIOs plan for change
Ptak Associates calls the x86 announcement an "all-around winner." This report covers common questions and recommended actions for CIOs.
Find out what Ptak has to say (992KB)
Learn about Lenovo
Get regular updates about this leading global technology company and its commitment to the x86 server business.
Oct 1, 2014
Lenovo Completes Initial Closing for Acquisition of IBM’s x86 Server Business
Sep 29, 2014
Lenovo Set to Close Acquisition of IBM’s x86 Server Business
Aug 26, 2014
Forbes: IBM-Lenovo Server Agreement Basically A Done Deal
Aug 25, 2014
Lenovo and IBM x86: FUD and the Strategic Advantages of Buying from Lenovo
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Lenovo statement on the x86 transition
Background and information from Lenovo about the transaction.
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Winning in Transition: new incentives for IBM x86 Business Partners
Sergio Amoni, IBM Vice President of x86 Channels, discusses the $250M investment IBM is making to help partners win with clients during the transition: incentives, marketing support and ongoing innovation..
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FAQs for x86 Business Partners
Answers to questions that x86 Business Partners may have about the transition of the x86 business to Lenovo.