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Lenovo

Chinese multinational computer hardware and electronics company with its operational headquarters in Morrisville, North Carolina, United States and its registered office in Hong Kong add

Category: Business (10)

Founded in 1984.

Countries: (36%), United States (18%), China (16%)

Main connections: Lenovo Cloud, Lenovo smartphones, ThinkPad

Linked to: Hewlett-Packard, MarketWatch, Acer Inc., Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index

 

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1984

Lenovo was founded in Beijing in 1984 and incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988 under its previous name, Legend add something

 

Liu founded Lenovo in 1984 with a group of ten engineers in Beijing with 200,000 yuan add something

 

Lenovo officially claims that it was founded on November 1, 1984 add something


1988

In May 1988, Lenovo placed its first advertisement seeking employees add something


1989

By 1989 more than 15,000 Han-cards had been sold add something


1990

In 1990, Lenovo started to manufacture and market computers using its own brand name add something

 

ThinkPad - The original design concept of ThinkPad was created in 1990 by Italy-based designer Richard Sapper, a corporate design consultant of IBM and, since 2005, Lenovo


1998

Richard Attias - Richard sold part of his company to Publicis in 1998 and established a global enterprise producing events for various clients including IBM, l'Oreal, Unilever, BT, Avaya, Lenovo, EDF, Sanofi-Aventis, and different governments


2000

Lenovo's smartphones support the GSM standard, China's indigenous TD-SCDMA 3G standard used by China Mobile, the WCDMA 3G standard used by China Unicom, and China Telecom's CDMA 2000 network add something


2001

In 2001, "Business Week" named him one of Asia's rising stars in business add something

 

Digital China - Digital China was created from Legend Holdings which became Lenovo in 2001


2002

In 2002, Yang Yuanqing came to the conclusion that the company would have to abandon the use of the Legend brand name in order to develop outside of China, as the "Legend" name was already in use by a large number of other businesses worldwide, and its ubiquitous nature made it impossible to register in most markets add something


2003

By the end of 2003, Lenovo had spent a total of 200 million RMB on the rebranding add something

 

The ThinkCentre line of desktops was introduced in 2003 by IBM and this product line has been sold by Lenovo since 2005 add something

 

In April 2003, the company publicly announced its new name, "Lenovo", with a large media campaign involving huge outdoor billboards and primetime television advertisements add something


2004

Before the acquisition of IBM's PC division in 2004, he was president and CEO. One of his major achievements was leading Lenovo to become the best-selling personal computer brand in China since 1997 add something

 

Yang was chairman of Lenovo's board from 2004 to 2008 add something


2005

In 2005 Lanci became president of Acer Inc. and in 2008 he became CEO and president add something

 

Lenovo made its acquisition of IBM's personal computer business in 2005 amid a backlash in Congress against Chinese companies trying to purchase American businesses add something

 

ThinkPads were originally an IBM product; they have been manufactured and sold by Lenovo since early 2005, following its acquisition of IBM's personal computer division add something

 

ThinkCentre - According to TBR's "Corporate IT Buying Behavior and Customer Satisfaction Study published in the second quarter of 2005, Lenovo was the only one of four surveyed companies that displayed a substantial increase in ratings

 

Dual SIM - For Lenovo, which bought IBM PC business in 2005, the next big challenge was finding a new source of revenue by expanding its smartphone business

 

ThinkCentre M Series - Formerly an & IBM brand, Lenovo acquired the ThinkCentre desktop brand following its purchase of IBM's Personal Computing Division in 2005

 

ThinkPad - In 2005, Lenovo purchased the IBM personal computer business and the ThinkPad brand along with it

 

ThinkCentre - In 2005, after completing its acquisition of IBM's personal computing business, Lenovo announced the ThinkCentre E Series desktops, designed specifically for small businesses

 

IBM - In 2005, the company sold its personal computer business to Lenovo, and in the same year, agreed to acquire Micromuse

 

Dual SIM - So what makes you think we can't do that in smartphones-", said Senior Vice President Milko van Duijl, a Dutchman who joined Lenovo in 2005 from IBM.

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre desktop released by Lenovo in 2005, following its acquisition of IBM's PCD was the M52

 

ThinkPad - The series was originally designed, developed, and sold by & IBM until Lenovo acquired the brand in 2005 after purchasing IBM's personal computer business

 

ThinkVantage Technologies - They were included with the sale of their PC division to Lenovo Group in 2005

 

ThinkCentre - In May 2005, the ThinkCentre M52 and A52 desktops were announced by Lenovo

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M52 desktop was announced in May 2005 following Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's Personal Computing Division


2006

In 2006, Lenovo announced that it was consolidating its U.S. headquarters, a logistics facility in Boulder, Colorado, and a call center in Atlanta, Georgia to a new facility in Morrisville, North Carolina add something

 

ThinkPad - The Lenovo ThinkPad X60s Series is on PC World's Top 100 Products of 2006

 

ThinkPad - The Lenovo ThinkPad was the PC Magazine 2006 Reader's Choice for PC based laptops, and ranked number 1 in Support for PC based laptops

 

ThinkCentre - In September 2006, Lenovo announced several desktops in the ThinkCentre line, including the M55p, M55, M55e, A55 and A53

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M55, M55p, and M55e were announced by Lenovo in September 2006


2007

ThinkCentre - In January 2007, the ThinkCentre A55 small form factor desktop was announced by Lenovo

 

ThinkCentre - In September 2007, Lenovo announced the ultra-small form factor A61e

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M57 and M57p desktops were announced in September 2007 by Lenovo


2008

In 2008, Lenovo expanded the focus of its THINK brand to include workstations, with the ThinkStation S10 being the first model released add something

 

Lenovo sold its mobile phone division in 2008 for in order to focus on its personal computer business and paid to buy it back in November 2009 add something

 

The IdeaPad line of consumer-oriented laptop computers was introduced in January 2008 add something

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M57 Eco and M57p Eco were announced by Lenovo in March 2008

 

The first IdeaCentre desktop, the IdeaCentre K210, was announced by Lenovo on June 30, 2008 add something

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The M58 and M58p were announced by Lenovo in October 2008


2009

In 2009 Lenovo became the first personal computer manufacturer to divide countries into emerging markets, such as China, India, and Brazil, and mature markets, such as the United States Japan, and Europe add something

 

Netbook - In Australia, the New South Wales Department of Education and Training, in partnership with & Lenovo, are providing Year 9 students in government high schools with free Lenovo S10e netbooks in 2009, Lenovo Mini 10 netbooks in 2010, Lenovo Edge 11 netbooks in 2011 and a modified Lenovo X130e netbook in 2012, each preloaded with software including Microsoft Office and Adobe Systems' Creative Suite 4

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M Series desktop released by Lenovo in 2009 was the M58e

 

ThinkPad - The Lenovo ThinkPad T400-Series was on PC World's Top 100 Products of 2009

 

IdeaCentre Q Series - The IdeaCentre Q Series nettops released by Lenovo in 2009 were the Q100, Q110, and the Q700

 

In February 2009, CEO Bill Amelio was replaced by Yang add something


2010

As of 2010, LeGarden had more than 1,000 programs available for the LePhone add something

 

Roman has served as Lenovo's chief marketing officer since 2010 add something

 

ThinkCentre M Series - Also released in 2010, the M90z was an all-in-one desktop released by Lenovo

 

ThinkPad - As of 2010, the Space Station was equipped with 68 ThinkPad A31 computers along with 32 new Lenovo ThinkPad T61p laptops plus a dedicated IP phone which has limited video phone capabilities

 

Superfish - Criticisms of Superfish software predated the " & Lenovo incident" and were not limited to the Lenovo user community: as early as 2010, Apple, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Windows users had expressed concerns in online support and discussion forums that Superfish software had been installed on their computers without their knowledge, by being bundled with other software

 

Flextronics - In 2010, the company signed an agreement with Lenovo to provide manufacturing for Europe

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M Series desktops released by Lenovo in 2010 were the M70e, M90, and M90z

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The M70e desktop was released by Lenovo in 2010 with the following specifications:

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The M90 desktop was released by Lenovo in 2010 with the following specifications:

 

Superfish - The software was bundled with various applications as early as 2010, and Lenovo began to bundle the software with some of its computers in September 2014

 

Lenovo Skylight - A Lenovo device concept was shown, and reported that it would be announced officially at the Consumer Electronics Show of January 2010

 

Lenovo Skylight - In early January 2010, it was announced that the Lenovo smartbook's name would be "Skylight" and more detailed specifications were made public


2011

As of 2011, the company is mostly privately managed, and it is registered and listed outside of Mainland China add something

 

In the second quarter of 2011, Lenovo was the world's third largest vendor of personal computers add something

 

Lenovo is the dominant supplier of computers in mainland China and became the world's second largest supplier of personal computers during the third quarter of 2011 add something

 

Lenovo reported a 54-percent rise in profit for the third quarter of 2011, beating analyst predictions, in spite of slow sales growth and a shortage of hard drives add something

 

Lenovo shipped 10,28 million personal computers in the first quarter of 2011 add something

 

Starting in 2011, the leader of Lenovo Mobile was Liu Jun. Lenovo entered the smartphone market in 2012 and quickly became the largest vendor of smartphones in the Chinese market add something

 

Yang dramatically increased his ownership stake in by acquiring 797 million shares in 2011 add something

 

Incredible Connection - In 2011, Lenovo announced that its revitalized ThinkPad laptops would be available at Incredible Connection

 

IdeaPad - The 2011 IdeaPad laptops launched by Lenovo were the Intel Sandy Bridge processor based Z370, Z470, Z570, and AMD Llano APU processor based Z575

 

Lenovo IdeaPad tablets (IdeaTab and LePad) - Three Tablets were announced by Lenovo in the IdeaPad Tablet line in 2011: the IdeaPad K1, A1 and P1

 

On January 27, 2011, Lenovo formed a PC joint venture with Japanese IT company NEC add something

 

NEC - On January 27, 2011, NEC formed a PC joint venture with Chinese PC maker Lenovo, the fourth largest PC maker in the world

 

NEC - In February 2011, "Bloomberg News" said the joint venture would allow Lenovo to expand in the field of servers, and NEC's Masato Yamamoto said NEC would be able to grow in China

 

ThinkPad - In March 2011, Lenovo revamped the series to launch the 14" L420/L421 and the 15" L520/L521

 

LePad - As of May 2011, Lenovo planned to introduce two tablet computers during the summer of that year in the United States

 

As of June 2011, Yang owns an 8 percent stake in Lenovo add something

 

In June 2011, Lenovo announced that it planned to acquire control of Medion, a German electronics manufacturing company add something

 

Medion - On 1 June 2011, Lenovo Group announced plans to acquire Medion AG. Since August 2011 they hold the majority stake in Medion

 

Advanced Micro Devices - In August 2011, AMD announced that former Lenovo executive Rory Read would be joining the company as CEO, following Dirk Meyer

 

Compal Electronics - In September 2011, the company announced it would form a joint venture with Lenovo to make laptops in China

 

YouTube Space Lab - & YouTube and Lenovo announced the YouTube Space Lab competition on 10 October 2011

 

ThinkCentre Edge - The ThinkCentre Edge 71z AIO was announced on October 20, 2011, by Lenovo

 

ThinkCentre Edge - The ThinkCentre Edge 91 desktop was announced on October 20, 2011, by Lenovo

 

In November 2011 Lenovo said it would soon unveil a smart television product called LeTV, expected for release in the first quarter of 2012 add something

 

Lenovo LeTV - In November 2011 Lenovo said it would soon unveil a smart television product called LeTV, expected for release in the first quarter of 2012

 

Lenovo operates factories in Chengdu and Hefei in China, Japan, and as of December 2011 has plans to start production in Argentina add something

 

On December 2011, Lenovo announced the & YouTube Space Lab contest in conjunction with YouTube, NASA, the European Space Agency, and JAXA, allowing students between the ages of 14 and 18 the chance to devise experiments to be performed by astronauts on the International Space Station add something

 

Rara.com - Gismodo 13 December 2011 and Lenovo Windows 8 and Android PCs, tablets and Windows 8 convertible devices


2012

According to IHS iSuppli, Lenovo was a top-three smartphone maker in China with a 16,5 percent market share in the first quarter of 2012 add something

 

China became the largest smartphone market globally in 2012, and this remains the primary market in which Lenovo Mobile operates add something

 

Data from Analysys International shows that Lenovo experienced considerable growth in smartphone sales in China during 2012 add something

 

In 2012 Lenovo was the leader in Israeli laptop sales on a unit basis add something

 

In 2012, Lenovo made a major effort to expand its market share in developing economies such as Brazil and India through acquisitions and increased budgets for marketing and advertising add something

 

In 2012, Lenovo partially moved production of its ThinkPad line of computers to Japan add something

 

In late 2012 Yang participated in a trip by a delegation of Chinese business leaders and senior government officials to explore opportunities in Israel add something

 

In the autumn of 2012, the firm introduced the more powerful IdeaCentre A720, with a 27-inch touchstreen display and running Windows 8 add something

 

Lenovo is the world's second-largest PC vendor by 2012 unit sales add something

 

LenovoEMC is part of a broader partnership between the two companies announced in August of 2012 add something

 

Previously Lenovo's operations in Israel had been limited to marketing and technical support, but in 2012 Lenovo made an investment in Vertex, a technology-oriented venture capital firm add something

 

Specifically, it saw its market share increase to 14,2 percent during 2012's third quarter, representing an increase when compared to 4,8 percent in the same quarter of 2011 add something

 

The transaction is expected to close by the end of 2012; no financial details have been disclosed add something

 

These changes driven by the popularity of the Apple iPhone and Lenovo's seeking to increase it's market share in the domestic market; the result of the strategy change Lenovo passed Apple to become the number 2 provider of smartphones to the Chinese market in 2012 add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - Data from Analysys International shows that Lenovo's China smartphone sales experienced considerable growth in 2012

 

ThinkPad - In 2012, Lenovo partially moved production of its ThinkPad line of computers to Japan

 

ThinkCentre M Series - The ThinkCentre M Series desktops released by Lenovo in 2012 were the M72e, M72z, M82, M92, M92p and M92z

 

ThinkPad Tablet 2 - The "'ThinkPad Tablet 2"' is a tablet computer announced in 2012 and released by Lenovo in 2013

 

In April 2012, Lenovo named former Acer CEO Gianfranco Lanci head of its European unit add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - According to a May 2012 report released by IDC Lenovo ranks fourth in the global tablet market by volume

 

Lenovo LeTV - As of May 2012, more than 1,000 apps have been developed for the LeTV and are available from Lenovo's app store

 

Legend Holdings - In June 2012, Liu stepped down as chairman of Legend Holdings, the parent company of Lenovo

 

In July 2012, Lenovo and the National Football League announced that Lenovo had become the NFL's "Official Laptop, Desktop and Workstation Sponsor add something

 

In September 2012, Lenovo agreed to acquire the United States-based software company Stoneware, in its first software acquisition to date add something

 

In September 2012, Lenovo named Graham Kenneth Brown head of Lenovo Africa add something

 

As of October 2012, the facility has about 2,000 employees add something

 

In October 2012 the firm launched the IdeaPad Yoga 13, a laptop running Microsoft Corp's Windows 8 that can be converted to a tablet PC by flipping the screen all the way backwards add something

 

In October 2012, Lenovo announced that it would start manufacturing computers in Whitsett, North Carolina add something

 

Compaq - In October 2012, Lenovo took the lead of the number one PC maker from HP according to Gartner

 

ThinkPad Tablet 2 - Although Lenovo indicated that the ThinkPad Tablet 2 would be available on 26 October 2012 when Windows 8 was released, it later indicated that the device would be available in December 2012

 

As of November 2012, Lenovo was the second largest seller of mobile phones in China when measured by volume add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of November 2012, Lenovo was the second largest seller of mobile phones in China when measured by volume

 

Lenovo IdeaPad tablets (IdeaTab and LePad) - The Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx was released in the United States in December 2012


2013

Howie Lau, formerly VP for marketing and communications for Lenovo's units in Asia and Latin America was promoted in March of 2013 into a global role where he will oversee mergers and acquisitions with a special emphasis on post-merger management. that he will take up in April of the same year add something

 

In 2013 Lenovo added a table computer to the IdeaCentre line add something

 

In early 2013, Lenovo announced the addition of Yahoo founder Jerry Yang to its board add something

 

Jay Parker was promoted to head of Lenovo's North American unit in February of 2013 add something

 

The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, introduced at the 2013 International CES is a 27-inch tablet computer designed for simultaneous use by multiple people add something

 

ThinkPad Yoga - The Thinkpad Yoga was unveiled by Lenovo in September at the 2013 IFA in Berlin, Germany

 

As of January 2013, Lenovo only manufactures phones that use the Android operating system from Google add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of January 2013, Lenovo smarthphones use Android exclusively

 

IdeaPad - The IdeaPad Y500 was released in the first week of January 2013, after Lenovo announced it in late 2012

 

Reliance Communications - On 31 January 2013, Reliance announced its partnership with Lenovo to market co-branded smartphones in India

 

Reliance Globalcom - On 31 January 2013, Reliance announced its partnership with Lenovo to market co-branded smartphones in India

 

A 7,500 square foot flagship store will open in Beijing in February 2013 add something

 

Rannvijay Singh - In March 2013, Rannvijay was delegated by & Lenovo for the launch of new range of smartphones including Lenovo P770

 

From March 4, 2013 Lenovo will be included as a constituent stock in the Hang Seng Index add something

 

Lenovo IdeaPhone K900 - As of May 2013, Lenovo sells the K900 in China, India, Indonesia, Russia, the Philippines, and Vietnam

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of May 2013, Lenovo sells the K900 in China, India, Indonesia, Russia, the Philippines, and Vietnam

 

As of July 2013, 115 workers were employed at this facility add something

 

As of July 2013, Lenovo believes that urbanization initiatives being pushed by Premier Li Keqiang will allow it to sustain sales growth in mainland China for the foreseeable future add something

 

Ashton Kutcher - On October 29, 2013, Lenovo announced that it has hired Kutcher as product engineer

 

On November 2013 it was reported that Lenovo achieved double digit market share in the United States for the first time add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of November 2013, Lenovo has released four phones using MediaTek chipsets


2014

& IBM's Intel based server lines, including IBM System x and IBM BladeCenter were sold to Lenovo in 2014 add something

 

Morrisville, North Carolina - Lenovo is one of the larger employers with 2,215 employees in 2014

 

Windows Phone - At the 2014 Mobile World Congress, Microsoft announced that upcoming Windows Phone 8,1 devices will be manufactured by Gionee, HTC, Huawei, JSR, Karbonn, LG, Lenovo, Longcheer, Micromax, Nokia, Samsung, Xolo, and ZTE

 

Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro - In 2014, Lenovo announced the IdeaPad Yoga 2 , which will be less expensive, but still maintain the flexible convertible hinge

 

In January 2014, Lenovo agreed to acquire the mobile phone handset maker Motorola Mobility from Google add something

 

In January 2014, Lenovo announced a proposed deal to acquire Motorola Mobility to bolster its plans for the U.S. market add something

 

Dual SIM - In January 2014, for the first time in history, Lenovo challenge all premium brands when launched the Lenovo Vibe Z phone in China and world wide market

 

Motorola - On January 29, 2014 Google announced Lenovo plans to acquire the Motorola Mobility smartphone business

 

As of February 2014, more than 7,000 retail outlets in India sold Lenovo smartphones add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of February 2014, more than 7,000 retail outlets in India sold Lenovo smartphones

 

Flipkart - Motorola Mobility, previously owned by Google but sold to Lenovo, in an exclusive tie up with Flipkart launched its budget smartphone Moto G in India on 5 February 2014

 

IBM - On February 27, 2014, IBM says it will layoff up to 25 percent of the hardware division, inline with X86 server business which is sold to Lenovo

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of March 2014, Lenovo was working with Vodafone and other carriers to ensure that its phones are compatible with their networks

 

Lenovo LeTV - In March 2014 Lenovo announced the S9 smart television

 

Lenovo smartphones - In March 2014, Lenovo announced that it would release smartphones in the United Kingdom

 

Lenovo smartphones - In March 2014, Yang Yuanqing said that Lenovo would continue using the Motorola brand name

 

In April 2014, Lenovo announced new Lenovo Tab A7-30, Lenovo Tab A7-50, Lenovo Tab A8 and Lenovo Tab A10 add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - In April 2014 Lenovo purchased a portfolio of patents from NEC related to mobile technology

 

Lenovo smartphones - In April 2014, Lenovo announced that the first smartphone developed jointly with Motorola would be released in October or November of the same year

 

Lenovo smartphones - In late April 2014, Lenovo announced that it projects selling 80 million smartphones worldwide in the fiscal year that began on 1 April

 

Lenovo smartphones - Lenovo launched its first phone designed as a platform for commerce, the S8, exclusively on JD.com on 28 April 2014

 

In May 2014, Lenovo announced that it planned to double its work force in most countries add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - In May 2014, Lenovo announced what it called a "strategic deal" with the Chinese e-commerce firm JD.com

 

Lenovo received approval from the European Union for its acquisition of Motorola in June 2014 add something

 

On August 15, 2014 the US government gave its approval for the sale of !IBM's x86 division to Lenovo, paving the way for the merger to be closed add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - Lenovo expects to release its first products intended for Britain at the IFA trade show in Germany in September 2014

 

Rumors that Lenovo was developing a wearable device were confirmed in October 2014 after the company submitted a regulatory finding to the Federal Communications Commission add something

 

On October 9, 2014, Lenovo unveiled 6 new Yoga tablets with Android and Windows OS, ranging from 8-inch, to 10,1-inch and 13,3-inch in size add something

 

The acquisition was completed on 30 October 2014 add something

 

Motorola - On October 30, 2014, Lenovo finalized its purchase of Motorola Mobility from Google

 

Lenovo smartphones - As of November 2014, & Lenovo and Motorola were discussing how to use Lenovo's factories to manufacture some its phones

 

Superfish - Users had expressed concerns about scans of SSL-encrypted web traffic by Superfish Visual Search software pre-installed on Lenovo machines since at least early December 2014

 

IdeaPad - On December 9, 2014, Lenovo announced a major recall for its Ideapad power cords due to fire and burn hazard


2015

In 2015, Lenovo and Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited, an innovation digital community, reached a deal to jointly build a cloud service and product research and development center add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - Lenovo introduced the Vibe Shot smartphone at the 2015 World Mobile Congress

 

In February 2015, Lenovo became the subject of controversy for having bundled software identified as malware on some of its laptops add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - Lenovo announced in April 2015, that the two brands would continue to operate separately in India

 

In May 2015, Lenovo hosted its first ever "Tech World" conference in Beijing add something

 

Lenovo smartphones - In May 2015, Lenovo started selling customized Moto X phones in China using its Moto Maker online platform

 

Motorola Mobility - On July 28, 2015, it was announced the next generation of Moto G and Moto X. This was the first generation of & Motorola Mobility devices, since the acquisition of Motorola Mobility by Lenovo

 

In August 2015, an Ars Technica forum user discovered that Lenovo computers were secretly downloading and installing a firmware application called Lenovo Service Engine that presents a security risk and is nearly impossible to remove add something

 

In November 2015, Lenovo announced that it would start manufacturing computers in Pondicherry add something


2016

In January 2016, Lenovo announced at CES that the company would be producing the first Project Tango phone add something

 

Lenovo Connect started service for phones and select ThinkPad laptops in China in February 2016 add something

 

On September 21, 2016, Lenovo confirmed that their Yoga series is not meant to be compatible with Linux (Linux_distribution) operating systems, that they know it is impossible to install Linux on some models, and that it is not supported add something


2017

The company reversed course in March 2017 and announced that the Motorola brand name would be used in all regions in future products add something

 

In June 2017, Lenovo Business Development Executive Les Roach stated that, "We're going to do a clean-slate redesign of our entire server portfolio add something


2018

In 2018 Lenovo became the worlds largest provider for the top500 supercomputers add something