"Lenovo is a global leader in innovative consumer, commercial and enterprise technologies. A year ago, more than 80% of Lenovo’s revenue came from PCs. Today we have a portfolio that includes workstations, servers, storage, smart TVs and a family of mobile products such as smartphones (Lenovo and Motorola brands), tablets and apps. Lenovo is more diverse in our business than ever. Lenovo will never stand still. In view of the opportunities and challenges of the new Internet era, we are transforming ourselves from a product-centric company to a customer-centric company. We are working on Lenovo’s transformation from a product and business perspective, leveraging our unique competitive advantages, and continuing to deliver meaningful innovation in our products. Lenovo also has a diverse employee culture."

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