Lenovo looks to boost enterprise segment growth, in India

Indialivemint — New Delhi: Chinese computer technology company Lenovo Group Ltd is betting on India’s e-commerce sector to accelerate growth for its enterprise segment which sells servers and storage, catering to the networking needs of web companies. Taking on the bigger rivals including Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Dell Inc. with the renewed India strategy, the company is eyeing a bigger piece of India’s datacenter infrastructure market.

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/BTmwQ96xRmSXrNEXwEC2hO/Lenovo-looks-to-boost-enterprise-segment-growth.html

Nutanix will go local for APAC, IPO for transparency

APACMIAMI, USA–Virtualization startup Nutanix has its eyes set on an IPO but not before it becomes a more global entity, says its founder and CEO Dheeraj Pandey, who is also looking for a bigger footprint in the Asia-Pacific region. “We believe some day we have to go public because only when we go public, will we be more transparent,” Pandey said in an interview with ZDNet, on the sidelines of the company’s .NEXT user conference here this week. “But it’s a function of macroeconomics and the market, so we haven’t put a timeline as such [on when the company will go IPO].”

Hellmann Australia Consolidates Infrastructure with Nutanix

Sydney, Australia, November 18, 2014 – Nutanix, the web-scale converged infrastructure company, today announced that Hellmann Australia is now using the Nutanix™ Virtual Computing Platform for its entire virtual server environment. The decision to replace its traditional data centre blade servers and storage area network (SAN) infrastructure was taken after an extensive analysis of the cyclical costs of upgrading the infrastructure and evaluating the benefits of web-scale IT.

http://www.cmo.com.au/mediareleases/21041/hellmann-australia-consolidates-infrastructure/