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Lenovo is the result of a merger of Legend Holdings in China and IBM's Personal Computing Division in the United States. The merger was heralded as a watershed event in global business with the potential for integrating two disparate cultures, languages, processes and markets.
As a result, Lenovo embodies unique market possibilities in combining the best of East and West— joining North American and China-based technology players in the creation of a unified global personal technology leader with growing market positions in developed and emerging markets alike.
Today, Lenovo is a $34 billion personal technology company and the world's largest PC vendor. With more than 33,000 employees in more than 60 countries serving customers in more than 160 countries, Lenovo is a global Fortune 500 company. The company is headquartered in Beijing, China and Morrisville, North Carolina, U.S.; with major research centers in Yokohama, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhan and Shenzhen, China; and Morrisville; and manufacturing around the world from Greensboro, North Carolina and Monterrey, Mexico to India, China and Brazil.
Lenovo has been the fastest growing major PC company for more than four years, but they're much more than a PC company. They create a full range of personal technology, including smartphones, tablets and smart TVs. Lenovo is the fourth largest smartphone company in the world and is expanding rapidly to new markets. The company is already #3 in the world for what IDC calls "Smart Connected Devices," which combines PCs, smartphones and tablets. It's all part of what Lenovo calls the "PC+" world, where people use PCs as well as a range of smart devices that are, at their heart, PCs.
Lenovo has consistently outgrown the worldwide PC market in unit shipments and gained market share across all geographies, products and customer segments, making it the fastest growing major PC company in the world for four years running. Lenovo is also...
In addition to being a leader in Personal Computing and Smart Connected Devices, Lenovo recently purchased IBM's System x and PureFlex Power Systems product line. Watch the video to learn more.