Lenovo sets sights on cloud computing

Lenovo sets sights on cloud computing

Summary: The Chinese computer firm has announced its intention to develop a range of cloud-computing products for enterprise customers


Chinese PC maker Lenovo has unveiled a new strategy targeting enterprise customers in its domestic market, with plans to move into cloud computing.

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Koh Kong Meng, Lenovo Asean's executive director of key account business for south-east Asia, said in an email interview for ZDNet UK's sister site ZDNet Asia that the company will be offering cloud-computing products including desktops, enterprise-class datacentres and large-scale public computing facilities for the Chinese market.

"In cloud computing, our strategy is to host and deliver the connection between the middleware and content providers while providing secure access to private and public clouds and helping to monitor cloud performance," Koh noted.

For more on this ZDNet UK-selected story, see Lenovo extends enterprise play in China on ZDNet Asia.

Topic: Cloud

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  • A great move by Lenovo here. They are seeing that the future is all about cloud computing and are placing there chips very wisely.