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Today at Tech World, Lenovo shared its vision for the evolution of cooperation across users, locations, and devices to unlock limitless potential in both practical applications and the Metaverse. Tech World is Lenovo’s yearly global innovation event. The way we work, learn, and interact with the digital world will be defined by new ideas, solutions, and breakthroughs introduced by Lenovo. The corporation also revealed its plan for achieving net-zero emissions, focusing on a solid and cooperative strategy to deal with one of the biggest problems facing humanity.
The first public demonstration of rollable proof of concepts for smartphones and laptop computers was among the advancements Lenovo showcased. By incorporating computing onto rollable screens, consumer pain points are addressed and productivity in hybrid working environments is increased. This is done by providing productivity, entertainment, and connectivity on a dynamic, adjustable, and larger screen, but on a smaller device.
Cyber Spaces, a captivating interactive and physical holographic tool for collaborative and immersive telepresence communication, was also introduced. Lenovo also demonstrated how its innovations, backed by AI and edge computing, are enabling quicker data processing at its source, altering city streets, precision medicine, and retail marketplaces. This is in response to the ongoing data explosion.
“Technology is transforming our future workspace and living space into a combination of virtual and physical worlds, enabled by the power of new IT infrastructure which is prevalent, expected and on demand”, “The power of innovation is not only digitalizing and smartifying all industries but also helping solve humanity’s greatest challenges. For that purpose, Lenovo is doubling our investment in R&D to use smarter technology to empower a rapidly changing world.” Lenovo Chairman and CEO, Yuanqing Yang.
Lenovo introduced these things at Tech World ’22:
Innovative Rollable Form Factors
Rollable proof of concepts for smartphones and laptop computers were unveiled by Lenovo and Motorola, ushering in a new possible era where this distinct form factor permits more information and offers enormous promise for the future to improve hybrid work and life. The new rollable proof of concepts are small yet don’t sacrifice screen size, elevating multi-tasking, surfing, and mobile use cases. This allows content to be dynamically changed to the device when the expanded screen rolls inward towards the base of the laptop and smartphone.
New Technologies for Productivity
The Lenovo Freestyle software provides easy pairing and transformation of a tablet into a portable second screen to expand desktop space or a wireless touchscreen for a laptop, enabling universal control and collaboration between a tablet and PC.
The Ready For Platform feature on Motorola Edge smartphones enables mobile desktop experiences, console-like gaming, content streaming, and video conversations in addition to extending smartphone capabilities to larger screens.
Lenovo unveiled its Remote Work Enablement solution, which enables remote workers to easily set up and provides hardware, software, and premium services directly to employees.
Lenovo also demonstrated a futuristic idea known as Cyber Spaces, which enables telepresence communication and teamwork by simulating an immersive face-to-face encounter using interactive, tangible holograms.
The conference also saw new developments in “virtual identities” or “digital persons,” which overcome problems with bandwidth, quality, and privacy associated with conventional video conferencing.
Lenovo demonstrated its Production Decision Engine, which utilises big data and AI to handle problems with digitalization. To assist in making “what if” plans, its Supplier 360 programme discovers, analyses, and mitigates supply chain risks.
Additionally, the business showcased its Smart Services system, which predicts maintenance requirements and streamlines the network of parts, service technicians, and logistical support.
Lenovo gave an example of how its Virtual Classroom solution gives students access to virtual teachers who can give them individualised examinations and recommendations.
Through real-time marks, the new remote video collaboration technology links front-line workers with remote experts to carry out repairs.
Goal of reaching Net-Zero by 2050
Lenovo explained its objective of achieving net-zero emissions and the first step toward it, which is to reduce emissions by 30% by 2030. In order to support the objectives of the Paris Agreement, Lenovo is coordinating its emission reduction targets with the Science Based Targets project in both the short- and long-term.
Lenovo emphasised the technological advancements that will enable it to achieve its goal of being net-zero as well as the steps it is doing throughout its manufacturing process to reduce its carbon footprint.
Guest speakers emphasised the significance of net-zero promises and the necessity for genuine standards and cooperation between public and commercial organisations in order to advance toward a wiser, more sustainable future.
Next-gen Data Processing is enabled by Edge and AI technology.
With plans underway to create co-engineered edge, AI, and multi-cloud solutions that would aid in accelerating business transformation in environments such as manufacturing and retail, Lenovo and VMware recently established an MOU for collaborative Edge and Cloud Innovation Labs.
Lenovo demonstrated its ThinkEdge family of servers, which include the SE350 and SE450, to demonstrate how the servers function effectively in challenging environments and with powerful GPUs to enable intensive AI.
Lenovo also demonstrated XClarity, an open, unified platform for managing cloud software that makes it easier to orchestrate, deploy, automate, measure, and support IT systems from the edge to the cloud. The firm also displayed its Hybrid Cloud Solution, which covers the entire lifecycle of developing, transferring, utilising, and administering hybrid clouds, as well as its Edge Cloud Platform, which enables numerous applications across vertical sectors.
Additionally, TruScale, a subscription-based model that is all-inclusive, has added more clients.
Additionally, Lenovo released the conclusions of its 500 chief technology officers’ global multi-industry research study (CTOs). The study revealed CTOs’ perspectives on how traditional IT will continue to change into a “New IT” architecture where client devices, edge computing, cloud computing, networks, and AI all collaborate to address common problems and offer solutions that promote further global digitalization across all industries.
Lenovo’s worldwide Think30 event, recognising 30 years of thoughtful design and engineering innovation in ThinkPad and ThinkSystem, runs concurrently with Tech World ’22. Building on this history, the company revealed the widest update to its enterprise portfolio in its history, the new Lenovo Infrastructure Solutions V3, which is intended to speed up global IT modernisation, and celebrated the sale of more than 200 million ThinkPad devices. With the recently announced release of the new ThinkPad X1 Fold, the world’s first foldable PC, Lenovo continues to redefine gadget advancements.
Lenovo Chairman and CEO Yuanqing Yang gave the keynote address at Tech World ’22 and discussed how Lenovo’s smarter technology is enabling people all over the world to improve their lives.
Business executives from Lenovo and top CEOs from across the world, including Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, Cristiano Amon, President and CEO of Qualcomm, Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Intel, Julie Sweet, Chair and CEO of Accenture, and Arvind Krishna, Chairman and CEO of IBM, joined Yang for the speech. Customers and partners, such as Panos Panay, executive vice president and chief product officer at Microsoft, and Stefano Domenicali, president and CEO of Formula 1®, also spoke about the importance of Lenovo’s smarter technologies in enabling intelligent transformation.
Lenovo’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Yong Rui, spoke on the company’s plans to create Metaverse tech solutions to facilitate intelligent transformation. He emphasised how Lenovo’s advancements across its devices, servers, software, and solutions will connect the physical and virtual worlds.
Luca Rossi, President of Lenovo’s Intelligent Devices Group, highlighted fresh future ideas at the major keynote address. Future generations will be given the tools they need to navigate the digital transformation of our changing world, from consumer innovations that make life better to productivity and collaboration solutions, new form factors like the rollable laptop PC and smartphone proof of concepts, and even emerging AI and Metaverse solutions like the new Lenovo ThinkReality VRX virtual reality solution.
In his presentation, Kirk Skaugen, President of Lenovo’s Infrastructure Solutions Group, discussed how computing has evolved globally. Kirk talked about the necessity of instantly utilising data across all businesses to transform in an intelligent way. This transition is made possible by Lenovo’s smarter infrastructure, which includes servers, storage, and services. Kirk presented how Lenovo is pioneering AI at the edge to help businesses harness the potential of the growing global data volume (anticipated to double by 2025) occurring across the evolving IT landscape. Kirk was accompanied by leaders from VMware and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
As the world becomes more digital, Ken Wong, Executive Vice President and President of Lenovo’s Solutions & Services Group, talked about how the position of a CIO has changed. Ken also emphasised the relevance of digital workspace solutions, the value of industrial Metaverse solutions, and how real-time track management optimization for engineers may enhance infrastructure like public transportation. No matter where a customer is in their journey toward sustainability, Claudia Contreras, Executive Director of Lenovo’s Global Sustainability Services, emphasises that Lenovo’s services may assist them in achieving their own sustainability goals.
Lenovo’s Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, Laura Quatela, discussed the company’s efforts to improve sustainability across all of its product lines as it works toward becoming net-zero. Laura also discusses the sustainable advancements Lenovo is making to set the standard for low-emission manufacturing, as well as the company’s plans to share and disclose its success in order to foster a genuine, cooperative approach to emissions reduction. Yang’s final statement, in which Lenovo pledged its commitment to a goal of net-zero by 2050, served to support these sustainability initiatives.
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