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Lenovo has reported flat quarter-on-quarter revenue, but is content to have achieved that as it reflects stabilisation in its data centre and mobile businesses. CEO and chairman Yuanqing Yang today declared himself broadly satisfied with a Q1 2018 result that saw the company achieve revenue of US$10,015m, flat year-over-year …

  1. Pascal Monett Silver badge

    "needs to rebuild a band of loyal users"

    That is going to take time and effort, and salespeople who actually listen to the customer and to the techs. No overselling the product's abilities then pushing the techs to do something unexpected in an impossibly short time frame.

    As long as Lenovo does not copy IBM's way of doing things, it has a decent shot at success.

  2. Korev Silver badge


    "execution shows progress”

    One way of lowering costs I guess

  3. Androgynous Cow Herd

    Wishful thinking

    "shipping Purley-Xeon-packing servers in volume, because it thinks rivals may not be able to match its numbers"

    Really? How so? I think you meant "Wishes" not "Thinks".

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