Lenovo to debut AI PCs and far edge computing solutions at MWC

Lenovo to debut AI PCs and far edge computing solutions at MWC

Lenovo will showcase its latest portfolio of AI devices and infrastructure solutions at MWC, along with two device concepts that the company says challenge traditional PC and smartphone form factors.

Lenovo will showcase its latest portfolio of AI devices and infrastructure solutions at MWC, along with two device concepts that the company says challenge traditional PC and smartphone form factors.

Lenovo introduced its first AI-powered PCs at CES, expanding its product lineup. The groundbreaking addition spans the ThinkBook, ThinkPad, Yoga, Legion and ThinkCentre PC series.

Lenovo aims to make AI accessible with new AI PCs and edge computing solutions at MWC. They predict the hybrid AI trend will boost demand for AI PCs and smartphones.

The company says its AI PCs enable reasoning, problem-solving and learning tasks. These devices establish a user-machine bond, providing personalized experiences enhanced by AI. Large language models operate on the device, adapting to user preferences over time for a more personalized experience.

Lenovo is additionally bringing infrastructure solutions to telecom, enabling businesses to harness edge computing data for powerful AI applications. These solutions enhance AI capabilities in cities like Barcelona and Madrid and contribute to improved emergency response and public safety.

At MWC, Lenovo will also unveil two new concept products. One is Motorola’s adaptive display concept, featuring a flexible FHD+ pOLED display that can be shaped according to users’ needs. The other is a laptop form factor that pushes the boundaries of engineering, design and user experience, the company says.

Lenovo generates a revenue of US$62 billion. Serving millions of customers across 180 markets, it is ranked #217 in the Fortune Global 500.

Lenovo recently introduced Truscale Hybrid Cloud for edge, enabling customers to access cloud computing closer to the source of data generation. This solution combines hybrid cloud and edge computing, optimizing storage and processing power while enhancing performance and efficiency for various industry use cases, Lenovo notes.

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