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We believe that smarter technology can solve problems, create opportunities and transform the way we all live, learn, work and heal.

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Transforming the world, intelligently

Whether it’s helping fight climate change with a supercomputer, destroying cancer with precise real-time feedback in the operating room or feeding future generations through AI, we’re building smarter solutions for things that matter.

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Smarter technology helps to develop medicine with animal toxins.
SCIENTIFIC ADVENTURE

Smarter saves lives with deadly venom

Renowned scientist-adventurer Dr Zoltan Takacs uses Lenovo technology to turn deadly venom into potential medicine.

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Dr. Zoltan with his Lenovo Thinkpad working from a remote location, in search of the next designer toxin.
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LRZ and Lenovo partner to combat climate by using technology.
CLIMATE CHANGE

Supercomputing to fight changing climate

Scientists and researchers are creating meteorological simulations of unprecedented detail and accuracy on Lenovo supercomputers to predict future weather patterns. This will allow governments world over to mitigate the impact of climate change.

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Lenovo systems powering climate change technology inside the LRZ facility.
Ducati and Lenovo partner together by using super computing technology to help give Ducati a leading edge over the compeition.
SPORT AND TECHNOLOGY

Faster, sleeker, smarter

To stay ahead of the curve Ducati had to transform into a "data-driven company". Lenovo was the logical choice for facilitating Ducati's leap into 21st century, given its track record in designing the "latest technology" and providing "high-level services," according to the Ducati CTO.

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Ducati CTO, Konstantin Kostenarov using a Lenovo Thinkpad.

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