Founded in 1984, Lenovo grew in a little over ten years to become Asia’s largest producer of personal computers. In 1996, they acquired the Personal Computer Division from IBM, beginning a decades-long expansion into every aspect of computing.
In July 2014, Motorola Mobility was acquired from Google, positioning Lenovo as the world’s #3 maker of smartphones. In the same year, they acquired the IBM x86 server business, instantly making Lenovo the #3 global provider of x86-based server hardware, software, and services.
Today, Lenovo is a US$45 billion multinational company with 55,000 employees serving customers in over 160 countries. Ranked #286 on the Fortune 500 list, we are proud to be the world’s largest PC vendor. Our portfolio also includes workstations, servers, storage and convergent solutions, IT management software, smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, and even apps.
As the world becomes faster, more demanding, and more competitive, Lenovo’s business has expanded beyond PCs. Through continually innovating, they enable their customers to challenge and inspire everyone around them.
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