Lenovo is expanding its TruScale pay-per-use model to cover all its data-center products\u2014servers, storage\u2014and client-side devices\u2014laptops, tablets.\nThis transition to a fully integrated, end-to-end, as-a-service model is part of the company\u2019s \u201cOne Lenovo\u201d strategy of providing its entire portfolio of clients and servers as a fully managed, on-premises cloud environment through TruScale leasing.\nOne Lenovo simply means laptops and desktops will be sold along with data-center products together all under one sales program. Lenovo will launch a new channel program in 2022 to encompass the One Lenovo strategy.\nThe everything-as-a-service announcement came at the company\u2019s virtual Lenovo Tech World 2021 event\n\nRead more: 5 things you need to know about pay-per-use hardware\n\nLenovo launched its flexible-consumption model two-and-a-half years ago, according to Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang in a video presentation, and, \u201cTruScale, has now become our corporate brand.\u201d\nWhile Lenovo sometimes refers to this offering as infrastructure-as-a-service, it is different from IaaS provided by cloud services like Amazon and Microsoft. Lenovo\u2019s reference to infrastructure refers primarily to servers and storage, whereas the generally accepted meaning of IaaS is a software platform for cloud development.\n\u201cWe hear from CIOs every day that their organizations\u2019 technology needs are evolving every 12-18 months,\u201d said Ken Wong, president of Lenovo\u2019s Solutions and Services group, in a statement. \u201cWith Lenovo TruScale, customers can expect one solution, one provider, one contract framework, and a single point of accountability for everything-as-a-service.\u201d\nLenovo also announced that its TruScale has been integrated with Deloitte\u2019s OpenCloud Management Platform. \u00a0\nOpenCloud is a library of automated playbooks built by Deloitte to help accelerate the time to build and configure new client environments. It serves as a single platform for managing multi-cloud environments.\nLenovo made other announcements at the show, one of which is an edge partnership with VMware.