Lenovo Unveils New Everything-As-A-Service Platform

Lenovo Unveils New Everything-As-A-Service Platform

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At its 7th annual global technology event, Tech World, Lenovo unveiled a wave of new products and solutions. The company expanded “Everything-as-a-Service” business model with Lenovo TruScale, showcased a series of new Edge to Cloud infrastructure and datacenter products, as well as a wide range of new laptops, tablets, monitors, and edge computing and accessory devices.

Along with announcing a number of new products and services, Lenovo Chairman and CEO, Yuanqing Yang delivered a keynote speech, discussing key trends. “The next reality is here and both individuals and businesses now have different needs and uses for smarter technology.” said Yang. “Lenovo is focused and ready to deliver our solutions for this next reality. From our hybrid work and life solutions, edge-to-cloud portfolio, new Everything-as-a-Service business model under Lenovo TruScale, to Lenovo Brain and AI technologies, and our commitment to green and responsible innovation – Lenovo is committed to continuous innovation to enable our customers and the world in digital and intelligent transformation.”

Expanding its TruScale brand beyond infrastructure services, Lenovo is bringing all of its as-a-Service offerings under one umbrella to provide a global solution that makes everything, from the pocket to the cloud, accessible via a single contract framework. This transition to a fully integrated as-a-service strategy brings to life the company’s vision of bringing its smart devices, smart infrastructure, and smart solutions businesses together in a new way for customers, addressing common business challenges and providing IT leaders with the performance and flexibility to pay-as-you-grow.

Yong Rui, CTO and Senior Vice President of Lenovo, presented core technologies in Lenovo Brain, in-house developed, industrial-transformation-orientated A.I. platform to help solve customer pain points in various industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and education. Lenovo Brain first started as an AI platform to empower company's own intelligent transformation. Yong announced further development of the solution to empower other industries with its AI solution construction, deployment and support.

Lenovo also unveiled ThinkSystem SE350 Edge Servers, flexible AI edge platform for enterprises ThinkEdge SE70 and new premium laptops. Among them is the world’s lightest 14-inch OLED laptop, Yoga Slim 7 Carbon, and the new 16-inch ultra-slim Yoga Slim 7 Pro. Lenovo showcased 13-inch IdeaPad Duet 5 Chromebook, 2-in-1 detachable laptop, as well as the new premium, professional display, ThinkVision P27u-20 and G-Series gaming monitors G27e-20 and G24e-20. The company also unveiled Tab P12 Pro tablet and Smart Wireless Earbuds.

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