New “Everything-as-a-Service” platform and streak of product news launched at Lenovo Tech World 2021
Lenovo is today holding the seventh edition of their annual tech event Tech World, and it was with the launch of a groundbreaking service solution and a bead of products for a hybrid everyday life.
A wide range of news from Lenovo has today been unveiled at Lenovo’s annual tech event Tech World, which was held for the seventh time this year. One of the most significant news is the launch of Everything-as-a-Service as a new business model under Lenovo TruScale. At the same time, hardware for edge computing, data center products and a good potion of new, powerful laptops, tablets and monitors have been launched.
In addition to the large number of product launches, Lenovo’s Chairman and CEO Yuanqing Yang delivered the keynote address, where he discussed key trends – including the growing hybrid everyday. Yuanqing Yang was accompanied along the way by business executives from Lenovo, Microsoft, Intel, Deloitte, SAP, VMware and Nutanix. A lineup that more than 60,000 participants have signed up to attend.
Get an overview of the launches here:
Ny Everything-as-a-Service under Lenovo TruScale
Lenovo’s TruScale platform is now being expanded to reach beyond digital infrastructure solutions. Lenovo’s as-a-Service solutions are now being brought together in one global solution, which makes it possible to bring together all types of products in one contract framework. The solution provides companies of all sizes with a flexible and scalable solution with a transparent price structure. IT managers can thus continuously adapt their solutions as needed.
New innovation for edge computing
Lenovo is focusing on developing smarter infrastructure solutions whose importance has only grown with the proliferation of the hybrid workplace. Lenovo was the first to present an edge solution in the form of the ThinkSystem SE350 with software from VMware.
Smarter edge solutions
The number of applications with artificial intelligence for edge computing is already extensive and only looks set to increase in the coming years. It places ever greater demands on the hardware that companies make use of in their edge solutions. This is exactly what Lenovo is now meeting with the ThinkEdge SE70 – an edge platform with artificial intelligence.
The platform is designed to harness the great potential of Computer Vision (CV), which enables computer systems to act autonomously or provide recommendations for action by deriving essential information from visual materials such as videos and images.
Debut for Windows 11
Lenovo unveils new premium laptops that are ideal for the “new normal”. The news includes the world’s lightest 14-inch OLED laptop in the form of Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon and a 16-inch, ultra-thin Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro – two of the first consumer laptops with Windows 11. The latest PC news is IdeaPad Duet 5 Chromebook – a 13-inch 2-in-1 computer where the magnetic keyboard turns the tablet into a laptop.
Tablets with smart detail
Today, work moves from one screen to the next every few moments. One moment you are sitting in the office working on your computer, and the next you are sitting on the train with a tablet. With Lenovo’s new Tab P12 Pro, in addition to an extremely capable device for movies and multimedia, you also get a work tool. Using Lenovo’s new Project Unity application, the tablet can act as an external monitor for Lenovo computers running Windows 10 and 11 – it can even run Android apps alongside acting as an external monitor.
Lenovo’s new flagship of Android tablets features a 12.6-inch AMOLED screen, impressive soundscape, long battery life and a brand new digital pen that magically plugs in and charges wirelessly.
The tablet itself weighs just 565 grams – and fully equipped about 1 kg – and has a thickness of just 5.63 millimeters, which makes it ideal to take under the arm on the go. With an extraordinarily large 10200mAh battery, it can stream online videos for up to 17 hours.
In addition, the new 11-inch tablet Lenovo Tab P11 5G and the wireless headphones Smart Wireless Earbuds are launched. Each earplug weighs just 4.2 grams and is suitable for everything from commuting to training. The headphones deliver up to seven hours of battery life and are charged in an included case – if the case is fully charged, you have up to 28 hours of battery life.
Also, three new monitors are presented today at Tech World 2021. This is the ThinkVision P27u-20 – a 27-inch monitor with UltraHD resolution (3840 × 2160 pixels), double-wide color scale (99.1% DCI-P3, 99.5% Adobe RGB) and factory calibrated color accuracy. It is ideal for photographers, graphic designers and others in need of a high-performance display and the ability to expand the screen space to multitask with more open applications.
At the same time, two gaming screens are launched in the form of the 27-inch Lenovo G27e-20 and the 23.8-inch Lenovo G24e-20. They offer, among other things, 300 nit brightness and 95 percent sRGB for increased color accuracy. Both monitors deliver low-latency, low-latency, using AMD FreeSync. They can perform a response time of 1 ms with an excellent blur reduction so that moving objects on the screen are displayed clearly and sharply. When it comes to gaming or watching action movies, you can’t beat the 100Hz high refresh rate for the price.
Lenovo is also stepping up its efforts to address some of humanity’s biggest challenges by doubling its R&D investment over the next three years. By focusing on sustainability and responsible innovation across the product portfolio, Lenovo is convinced that technology can create better lives, more inclusive societies, greater equality and a balanced climate. Lenovo recently released their annual ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) report, which sets new goals for addressing climate change, strengthening the circular economy, and using sustainable materials.
Source: IT-Kanalen by it-kanalen.dk.
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