On October 18, 2022, Lenovo will host its annual innovation event, Tech World, for the eighth consecutive year. This year’s virtual event will showcase how Lenovo’s smarter technology is empowering people everywhere to change their world for the better. Lenovo will explore what’s next in our world, from the evolution of physical and virtual collaboration across users, spaces and devices, to how data creation is fueling the demand for computing everywhere.
Who are the event headliners?
Tech World will feature a keynote session from Lenovo Chairman and CEO, Yuanqing Yang, who will present his insights on the possibilities smarter technology offers our changing world.
Attendees will also hear from technology leaders and global Chief Executive Officers (CEO) who will show Lenovo’s innovation and partnership in action. Speakers include Lenovo’s SVP and Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Yong Rui; Accenture CEO, Julie Sweet; Chairman and CEO of IBM, Arvind Krishna; Intel CEO, Pat Gelsinger; and Qualcomm CEO, Cristiano Amon.
Lenovo experts will also unveil emerging innovations and insights into the future of Lenovo devices, solutions, and services. From the latest in artificial intelligence (AI) and edge computing to smart devices, tools for hybrid work, future concepts across rollable display technology, and metaverse with mixed augmented/virtual and physical integration.
Tech World will also offer a look at how Lenovo is leading the industry in green computing and offer insight into how businesses can stay on the cutting edge of environmental sustainability.
What were the executive’s thoughts on the event?
“Today we need technology that is more intelligent, more connected, and more sustainable than ever before—technology that can truly transform what is possible in homes, businesses, and cities across the globe,” said Lenovo Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Yuanqing Yang.
“Last year we entered the next reality. This year we’re living it and we will showcase at Tech World how Lenovo’s technology is advancing the changing world,” Yang further commented.
Through virtual content that can be explored anytime, at no cost, Tech World ‘22 will be streamed across multiple time zones and hosted following the broadcast in eight languages (English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, and Spanish).