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The total pie is declining but Lenovo's share is still increasing. Over the past 5 to 6 years, (the smartphone segment) hasn't been that successful … because it made hundreds of models a year to satisfy the demands of the telcos but this resulted in lower end smartphones.
If our business was restricted to the Chinese market, we might have faced stagnation and died off.
After acquiring Motorola, we've been making higher quality smartphones (and) launching about 1 or 2 models a year. After using the smartphones myself, I find the quality has improved remarkably.
After using the smartphones myself, I find the quality has improved remarkably.
Frankly speaking, Yang was right (and) … the American was rather myopic in his vision for the company. At that time, the computer industry was experiencing a transformation from enterprises buying computers to customers purchasing them.
I felt the time for new hope had arrived. When I first started work, it was at the end of the Cultural Revolution but I was restricted, I wasn't able to do anything so I felt really helpless at the time.
Cultural conflict is inevitable, but it is important not to politicize it and make it into a clan war.
The Group will develop new smart devices, powered by cloud and enriched with services. The Group is exploring smart home, smart office, smart healthcare and other areas and leveraging artificial intelligence ... and other new technologies.
In the short term, market conditions will remain challenging.
It's even more important in China for Samsung to repair its credibility, because there are so many Chinese alternatives like Huawei, Oppo and Lenovo. Samsung needs to quickly tell Chinese consumers what happened, when it happened, why it happened and why they should trust the company.
What Lenovo has to demonstrate is having this flat surface, delivers a good enough typing experience so that consumers and business users don't feel like this is a weak experience. It's a challenging thing to execute on.
Revenue is better than expected but core profitability is a question mark.
This has a chance to become pervasive because it's integrated into a device that you already have with you all the time. You aren't going to have to walk around a mall wearing a headset.
These results show integration efforts did not meet expectations.
We have been looking for ways to raise value for shareholders. Listing in another market is an option and China is a good market.
If you want to access the mature markets you need two things: innovative products and a premium brand.
We want to break into the mature markets this year. You definitely can expect that.
Lenovo has no better options but to shift focus to emerging markets. It's hard for Lenovo to compete in mature markets, and the margins in the China market are too low.
China is a serious partner and has to be taken into consideration. The Chinese have made big takeovers in the West, mostly successful, as the examples of Volvo and Lenovo show. We view ChemChina with the same seriousness as Monsanto, Bayer or BASF.
As you sit on the bed, the light automatically changes and you see relaxing images on the ceiling, like these wonderful stars. Here (shows wall behind bed) we have our vital data, so you can see how you sleep, that is also good to know. You can try different kinds of make-up (sits in front of dresser mirror), for example on the left side you have the suggestions and you can see what it looks like in the mirror.
The IBM brand will gain great recognition in China, the world's fastest growing economy and the world's fastest growing market for PCs. We believe this partnership will be positive for IBM's porfolio of computer hardware, software, services and financing.
The Chinese market has reached its limit. We have 30% of the Chinese market, but if you want to develop, you should build business in the international market. That's why our strategy is to be an international company, so we made this agreement.
"The IBM brand will gain great recognition in China, the world's fastest growing economy and the world's fastest growing market for PCs."
We think Lenovo has the expertise and track record to scale Motorola into a major player within the Android ecosystem. They have a lot experience in hardware, and they have global reach.
With the merger of the two companies, Levono will bring Motorola Mobility on the path of healthy growth with profit, and launch a powerful challenge to the world's largest and second largest smart phone producers.
They sold the Motorola set top box business for a couple of billion dollars, they also had a one billion dollar tax credit that came with the business when they bought it. And the business had three billion dollars of cash in it, which Google will keep as a result of this deal.
Google is also keeping the patents which are part of the Motorola mobility business, which is what they were really interested in in the first place. So when you add all that up, it looks like Google is actually coming out slightly better. They get some patents, they get some technology and mobile. And they get rid of this handset business, which is something that they didn't really want to own, and Lenovo does.
I think it had to be done, I think we have to remain cost competitive, it's a very difficult market out there, as part of our restructuring programme to be more cost competitive, we need to be a price leader in the market and for that we need to have the right costs, and it's in that context that we had to make this decision.