Lenovo, AWS for IoT

Partnership designed to drive adoption of Internet of Things

Did you browse for holiday gifts on Amazon using a Lenovo laptop? You may soon be using more than just the consumer services of these two corporations, who recently entered into a business services agreement.

Lenovo announced a collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) December 21, designed “to drive the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT)-based solutions, accelerating business transformation globally by making IoT adoption practical and scalable,” the company said in a press release following a keynote outline by its IoT group leader, John Gordon.

This comes at a pivotal point with businesses and workplaces changing the way they operate during the global pandemic. Lenovo also announced a new solution partner program to bring more than 100 partners across real estate, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, education, and transportation verticals into Lenovo’s IoT ecosystem in 2021.

Since introducing the Commercial IoT (CIoT) group at the end of 2019, Lenovo has launched 11 IoT solutions in the areas of Smart Buildings and Smart Retail to help customers simplify their Business Transformation. Each solution is validated and tested by Lenovo and can be deployed and managed as a turnkey solution helping customers move quickly on critical problems such as preparing offices for bringing employees back to work. Lenovo is looking for more than 100 solution partners around the world with solutions in real estate, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, education, and transportation.

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