Multivendor server maintenance

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Multivendor server maintenance

Dealing with multiple OEM and vendor contracts can be a nightmare. Thankfully, the multivendor IT support services from Blue Chip enable our highly acclaimed expertise to be applied across your technology environment.

Supported servers include:

IBM; HPE; Dell; Lenovo; Cisco and Sun/Oracle

Multivendor server maintenance services from Blue Chip simplify your hardware maintenance support contracts within the 'four walls' of your data centre, by combining multiple OEM or other hardware service providers contracts into a single easy to-manage contract.

We have over 30 years experience of looking after mid-size and corporate accounts. With our unrivalled first-time fixes and flexible approach to contracts, Blue Chip has the expertise to care for all your technology support needs. Our top-class engineers improve availability, resolve issues quickly and reduce downtime across your multivendor platforms.

A multivendor contract from Blue Chip means you extend the life of your assets, reduce the cost of ownership, reduce the number of suppliers to deal with and not have to upgrade to newer hardware dictated by the OEM.

Blue Chip can also help with managing your warranty items, making sure you still have support when the warranty comes to an end.

HPE x86 ProLiant servers

  • DL – Density Optimised Rack only
  • ML – Maximised Pedestal or Rack
  • BL – Blade
  • SL – Scalable (Blade style node)

Dell server equipment

 

Dell servers

  • PowerEdge - Industry standard x86 servers
    • Rack and Tower
    • M series blades
    • Hyperscale

Lenovo servers

  • Flex Blades
  • ThinkSystems
  • System X

Maintaining Lenovo servers

Blue Chip offers a range of SLAs, from next business day to 365/24/7 cover, so we can provide rapid fix times across all major x86 server vendors, including Dell, HP, Lenovo and CISCO. Our competitive prices keep your IT support costs low, so you could find that you can simply increase your service levels rather than needing to pay out large sums to upgrade your hardware.

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