DUBAI: China-based tech giant Lenovo has appointed a new data center country manager for Saudi Arabia – a move the company has aligned with the kingdom’s Vision 2030.
Emad Aldaous will be heading the company’s vision to “transform the data center industry regionally.”
“The Middle East is witnessing rapid transformation and The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a major market player, leading the charge in the adoption of new-age technologies like IoT, AI and blockchain, underpinned by the Saudi Arabia Vision 2030,” said Richard Wilcox, DCG Regional Director for Lenovo Middle East.
Wilcox also said the DCG can be “an integral technology partner for enterprises and governments across the region.”
Lenovo aims to be a top data center player in the industry, becoming the largest and fastest growing supercomputing company by 2020.
Lenovo’s data center portfolio spans servers, storage, converged and hyperconverged, networking, hyperscale, software and services.
The Vision 2030 provides an ambitious blueprint for the future of the kingdom, covering several aspects of development including technology.