||Lenovo appoints Cricketer Angelo Mathews as the Brand Ambassador for Sri Lanka
Colombo, March 25, 2015: Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker and an emerging PC Plus leader, has appointed Sri Lanka’s ace cricketer and the current captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team, Angelo Mathews as its official brand ambassador in the country.
||Lenovo Uses the Power of Ideas, Clouds and a Healthy Dose of Product
BEIJING, 31 July 2008 — Lenovo today unveiled a marketing program designed to introduce the company’s personal computers, people, values and involvement in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games to a global audience.
||Lenovo Launches Global Olympic Philanthropic Campaign
BEIJING, February 6, 2008 – To mark the six-month countdown to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, PC company Lenovo, Worldwide Partner of the Olympic Torch Relay and TOP Sponsor of the Olympic Games, today announced a global online philanthropic beginning Feb. 8 in the United Kingdom. Just as the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay will travel around the world, a new Lenovo auction will begin each week in a different country counting down to the Olympic Games. The auction features limited-edition, notebook PCs inspired by the Lenovo-designed Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch.
||New Lenovo-Designed Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay Components Unveiled
BEIJING, February 5, 2008 — In addition to designing the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch that will travel the world on its way to herald the arrival of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Lenovo has designed new torch relay components including the Lantern and Local City Cauldrons. The lantern houses the Olympic flame once it is lit in Olympia, Greece and safely carries the "mother flame" from city to city for the duration of the relay while the Olympic cauldron will be lit by the day's last torchbearer at each end-of-day city celebration.
||Lenovo to Conclude Olympic Sponsorship After Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
BEIJING, December 4, 2007 – Lenovo today announced that its role as worldwide partner of the Olympic Games will conclude in December 2008, four months after the closing ceremonies of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
||Lenovo Launches ThinkStation Brand in Fast Lane with the AT&T Williams Formula One Team
GROVE, OXFORDSHIRE, UK – November 6, 2007 – Lenovo partnered with the AT&T Williams Formula One team today to launch the new ThinkStation brand – a powerful new entry in the workstation PC marketplace and the first new Think brand introduced in five years.
||Lenovo Announces 18 Finalists in Global Search for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torchbearers
BEIJING, October 11, 2007 – Lenovo, a worldwide leader in the PC market, announced today the 18 finalists selected to compete for the chance to participate in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay. Lenovo launched the torchbearer search program with the help of Google to find “new thinkers” from around the world to run the torch in China. This is the longest ever Torch Relay in Olympic history with more cities visited than any past Games.
||Lenovo Announces Philanthropic Campaign and 2008 Athlete Champions
BEIJING, August 6, 2007 – Today, in celebration of the one-year-out mark for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Lenovo, Worldwide Partner for the Olympic Torch Relay and TOP Sponsor of the Olympic Games, announced plans for a global online philanthropic auction. The auction will feature limited-edition notebook computers inspired by the Lenovo-designed 2008 Olympic Torch.
||As One-Year-Countdown Approaches, Lenovo Completes Third Massive Hardware Delivery for Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
BEIJING, 2 August 2007 - With the shipment of more than 3,500 pieces of computing equipment, including servers, desktops, monitors and notebook computers, Lenovo completed its third and final hardware delivery to the Integration Test Center of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG).
||LENOVO REPORTS FIRST QUARTER 2007/08 RESULTS
HONG KONG, August 2, 2007– Lenovo Group today reported strong results for its first fiscal quarter of 2007/08, ended June 30, 2007. Consolidated revenue for the quarter grew 13 percent, year over year, to US$3.9 billion, driven by robust shipment growth in all geographies. Lenovo’s worldwide PC shipments grew more than 22 percent in the quarter, well ahead of the industry average growth of approximately 13 percent.
||Lenovo Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year 2006/07 Results
HONG KONG, May 23, 2007– Lenovo Group today reported results for its fourth fiscal quarter and full year ended March 31, 2007. Consolidated revenue for the quarter rose 9 percent year over year to US$3.4 billion, driven by stronger performance in all geographies and product segments.
||Lenovo-Designed Olympic Torch for Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Unveiled by Beijing Organizing Committee
Today the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) in the presence of the International Olympic Committee, unveiled the Lenovo-designed Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch and announced Lenovo's role as a Worldwide Partner of the Olympic Torch Relay.
||Lenovo sponsors global webcast to encourage more women engineers
Leading PC-Maker Pledges Multi-Year Support for National Engineers Week Foundation
||Lenovo Starts a New Engine in Formula One
GROVE, OXFORDSHIRE, UK - February 2, 2007 – Lenovo, a leading computer company that creates the best-engineered PCs in the world, today announced a top sponsorship agreement with the AT&T Williams team competing in the Formula One World Championship. Lenovo’s announcement took place at the launch of the team’s 2007 race car at AT&T Williams headquarters near Oxford, UK.
||Lenovo Reports Third Quarter FY2006/07 Results
HONG KONG, February 1, 2007 – Lenovo Group today reported results for the third fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2006. Lenovo’s consolidated revenue for the third quarter increased slightly year over year to US$4.0 billion.
||Lenovo Reports Second Quarter 2006/07 Results
HONG KONG, November 9, 2006 – Lenovo Group today reported results for the second fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2006. Lenovo’s consolidated revenue for the second quarter increased 1 percent year over year to US$3.7 billion.
||Lenovo and IBM Announce Battery Recall
Lenovo and International Business Machines Corporation, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission today announced the voluntary recall of approximately 526,000 lithium-ion batteries worldwide manufactured by Sony Corporation.
||Lenovo announces management changes
HONG KONG, August 31, 2006 – Lenovo Group today announced two management changes.
||Lenovo adds executives to drive business growth in Asia Pacific
HONG KONG, August 17, 2006 – Lenovo Group today announced the addition of two executives to Lenovo’s Asia Pacific management team.
||Lenovo Reports First Quarter 2006/07 Results
HONG KONG, August 3, 2006 – Lenovo Group today reported results for the first fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2006. For the first quarter, consolidated revenue increased 38 percent year over year to US$3.5 billion. The first fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2005, reflects two months’ contribution from Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s Personal Computing Division (PCD), which closed on April 30, 2005.
||Lenovo Unveils New Business Partner Program
LAS VEGAS, NV, March 14, 2006 — Lenovo, the world's third largest PC company, today announced its new business partner program — the Lenovo Partner Network, an end-to-end channel program featuring tools and offerings tailored to the specific needs of PC resellers
||Lenovo Provides International Humanitarian Organization ‘Right To Play’ with ThinkPad Notebooks from Torino 2006 Olympic Winter Games
||Error-free! Lenovo Lands Perfect Score With Computing Equipment At XX Olympic Winter Games
TORINO, Italy, March 1, 2006 — Lenovo, the computing equipment sponsor of the XX Olympic Winter Games in Torino, today announced that its personal computing solution successfully delivered error-free support for all competitions and events during the Games.
||Lenovo shows concept PCs behind closed doors
||LENOVO REPORTS THIRD QUARTER FY2005/06 RESULTS
HONG KONG, January 26, 2006 – Lenovo’s consolidated revenue for the third fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2005, increased 392 percent year over year to HK$31.1 billion, driven by particularly strong performance in China and the May 2005 acquisition of IBM’s PCD business. Lenovo’s PC shipments grew 12 percent year over year.
||Lenovo Points a Finger to Sale of One Million Biometric PCs
Next month, Lenovo will sell its 1 millionth ThinkPad with an integrated fingerprint reader. This announcement illustrates Lenovo's leadership in PC security and validates the success and popularity of biometrics in PC security.
||Lenovo Again Ranks No. 1 in Notebook Customer Satisfaction
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., November 17, 2005 –Lenovo today announced that the most recent Technology Business Research (TBR) report concludes the company has held firm to its No. 1 ranking in customer satisfaction for ThinkPad notebooks.
||ThinkPad Notebooks from Lenovo Take First Place in Tech Support Scores
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C., Sept. 1, 2005 – Lenovo announced today that ThinkPad notebooks finished in first place and received a PC Magazine "Reader's Choice" award in the publication's 18th Annual Reader Satisfaction Survey. For the third year in a row, PC Magazine survey respondents gave ThinkPad notebooks top scores for technical support and repair.
||Lenovo Announces 2004/05 Annual Results
In the 2004/05 fiscal year, Lenovo's profit attributable to shareholders increased by 6.4 percent to HK$1.120 billion.
||Lenovo completes acquisition of IBM’s Personal Computing Division
Read the official announcement of the completion of Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s Personal Computing Division.
||Committee on Foreign Investment in U.S. Completes Review of Lenovo-IBM Deal
IBM and Lenovo today announced completion of the review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS), clearing the way to complete the sale of IBM's Personal Computing Division to Lenovo. The CFIUS review was concluded in advance of the statutory deadline.
||New 19-Inch IBM ThinkVision Monitor Designed for New Trends in Desktop Computer Use
IBM today introduced its newest ThinkVision desktop monitor, the 19-inch Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), ThinkVision L190.
||Lenovo Announces 2004/05 Third Quarter Results
Lenovo Group Limited ("Lenovo")(HKSE:992; ADR: LNVGY) today announced its third quarter results for the period ended December 31, 2004.
||LENOVO TO ACQUIRE IBM PERSONAL COMPUTING DIVISION
Lenovo Group Limited (HKSE: 992; ADR: LNVGY), the leading Personal Computer brand in China and across Asia, and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a definitive agreement under which Lenovo will acquire IBM's Personal Computing Division to form the world's third-largest PC business, bringing IBM's leading enterprise-class PC technologies to the consumer market and giving Lenovo global market reach beyond China and Asia.
||LENOVO ANNOUNCES 2004/05 INTERIM RESULTS
(Hong Kong, November 16, 2004) - Lenovo Group Limited ("Lenovo")(stock code: 992) today announced its interim results for the period ended September 30, 2004.
||IBM Offers Simplified Security for New ThinkPad Notebooks
IBM today announced the new ThinkPad G41, a powerful notebook that incorporates the dynamic processing power and high-precision graphics of a desktop in a mobile system
||LENOVO ANNOUNCES 2004/05 FIRST QUARTER RESULTS
(Hong Kong, August 11, 2004) - Lenovo Group Limited ("Lenovo") (stock code: 992) today announced its results for the quarter ended June 30, 2004.
||LENOVO KICKS OFF A "TOWNSHIP COMPUTER POPULARISATION PROGRAM
(Hong Kong, August 3, 2004) - Lenovo Group Limited ("Lenovo") (SEHK: 992) today announced the official launch of its "Township Computer Popularisation Program". Jointly with five partner suppliers, Lenovo introduced a new consumer PC series called "Yuanmeng" and an e-classroom solution, both with outstanding performance and highly attractive price-to-performance ratio, targeting ordinary households and the education sector in township areas respectively. This strategic move will fuel the next round of growth of the China PC market.