Thursday, September 22, 2005

Lenovo Collaborates on Research with Western Tech Companies at a New Beijing Center

From Red Herring: Lenovo, Westerners Team Up

"Lenovo will team up on research with other major technology companies at a new research center that opened Wednesday in Beijing, a move that further cements the Chinese PC maker’s position as a multinational company after buying IBM’s computer business last year.

The Innovation Center brings together Lenovo, Intel, IBM, LANDesk, Microsoft, and Symantec. The companies will work on joint research and development in client information technology. It is the second such center for Lenovo, which in May opened a similar facility with the same companies in Raleigh, North Carolina."

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I found this on the innovation centre looks kinda cool

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