Lenovo announces its class of 2021-22 Lenovo Innovators – a group of global content creators that represent Lenovo’s Smarter Tech for All vision.
Company improves scores across all core rating topics, breaking into AA+ rating and an overall best industry score.
Tu will build on the company’s strengths in operational and supply chain excellence as it focuses on devices plus solutions and services.
Collaboration will integrate the latest hardware, software, and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to build smarter, more inclusive solutions.
Explore an enhanced edge to cloud portfolio, software, new A.I. platform, green innovation, and the latest Yoga and Chromebook laptops, tablets, monitors, and more.
The platform is designed to meet intelligent transformation needs from logistics, transportation, and smart cities to retail, healthcare and manufacturing.
At Tech World 2021, Lenovo also launches new security enhanced wireless ecosystem, Project Unity, and smart audio accessory.
At Tech World 2021, Lenovo announced the latest additions to its monitors portfolio, including an all new ThinkVision™ professional display and two new gaming monitors.
Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions Group (ISG) will be the first-to-market with VMware’s software solution for the edge running on ThinkSystem SE350 Edge Servers.
Lenovo charts a course for a more sustainable future through environmental, social and governance (ESG) operations.
Stylish and refined ThinkBook products running Windows 11 will offer enhanced work and entertainment experiences.
Lenovo to offer RealWear’s HMT-1 assisted reality wearable solutions with the device certified for Lenovo’s ThinkReality XR cloud platform.
New capacity in PCs, notebooks and smartphones supports national vision to increase in-country manufacturing
Global event will feature new technology solutions and CEOs from Lenovo, Microsoft, Intel, Deloitte, SAP, and more
Lenovo will provide technical support to the Saudi national teams and will be an official sponsor of the Saudi football knockout cup competition.
New study from Lenovo and Microsoft shows enormous opportunities in e-learning, but limited adoption of full range of solutions.
The pandemic unlocked creativity for many businesses – but action is required to transform innovation from a buzz-word into tangible results.