With over 60,000 employees in 160 countries and a quota of 16% of the global market for personal computers, Lenovo is considered one of the leaders in technology for both consumers and companies. Innovation, found in its wide range of products, is the cornerstone of the company. The objective of investigation and development teams at Lenovo is to develop products with a high added value that respond to the consumer’s changing needs and adapt fully to their requirements.
In 2014, Lenovo acquired x86 from IBM, a business which IPM established a relationship with in 1999. Since then, IPM and Lenovo have created close ties of cooperation that has allowed them to develop reference architectures based on Lenovo’s data centre technology. Apart from offering technologies for data such as computing, networking and hyper-converged solutions, IPM provides technology to end users such as laptops and tablets that are backed by the reliability and safety of Lenovo.