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Dubai: #Lenovo has redesigned its data centre line-up, adding new product families, to help businesses transform for the ‘intelligence revolution’ era. Chris Cooper, general manager and director of Lenovo Data Centre Group, said the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ will revolve around intelligent transformation and artificial intelligence. “The enterprises continue to witness the emergence of a small internet era, one where intelligence powered devices continue to extend a new scope of expedited content and services. The demand for data centres comes as the connected world continues to create a deluge of big data,” he said. He added that the company intends to maintain its leading position in the PC market and become the largest and fastest #supercomputing business by 2020, challenging #DellTechnologies and #HPE. There were 23 supercomputers installed in 2015, 84 in 2016 and 92 in 2017 so far.

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