Dicker Data has been given access to the entire range of products from Lenovo Enterprise.
The new deal includes products from Lenovo’s partnerships with Nutanix and Datacore, and Lenovo’s Blade Server range.
Lenovo partnered with Nutanix in November for co-branded, hyper-converged infrastructure appliances that combines compute, storage and networking on x86 server hardware.
Dicker has already offered Lenovo’s desktops and workstations since 2013, then added the SMB server range in April last year.
In February, Dicker – along with Avnet – signed up to distribute the new software-defined storage solution packaged with server hardware created from Lenovo and Datacore. The solution bundles Lenovo x3650 platform with DataCore SANsymphony-V software, with Dicker offering support and optional implementation.
Dicker Data chief executive David Dicker said: “Lenovo has gone from strength to strength with us since our partnership began several years ago. As they continue to expand and grow in post-acquisition mode, we’re very pleased to be able to now offer their entire range of enterprise products to the market.
“The Nutanix and Datacore products partnered with Lenovo represent a good differentiated offering for our partners to take to market.”
Dicker Data reported revenues of $1.1 billion for the 2015 financial year, up 15 percent. In the past 12 months, Dicker added 11 new vendors to its portfolio including Intel, Nimble Storage, Paessler, Nuance Communications and BitTitan.