Lenovo Is No. 2 In The Worldwide PC Sales
Lenovo , Dell Computer ousted from second place in the sales and of course the goal pursued by HP to scare Tron. The market share of PC sales worldwide was 13.7 percent in the last quarter and there were a total of 12.6 million units sold.
That sounds like not so much when we hear constantly pay phone, but the computer market is stagnant even for years, only the netbooks have shaken him awake a little, and now the ultra-Books. Also questionable is whether Lenovo could be achieved only through the purchase of Medion this value.
The press release with more self-praise of Lenovo follows immediately afterwards.
Lenovo Statement: Lenovo is the world's second-largest PC manufacturer
Lenovo has surpassed Dell and thus takes second place in global PC sales one - his best result. This is evident from the preliminary data, the International Data Corporation (IDC), a leading global market research and consulting firm in the field of technical consumer goods, has been released today.
After the company was about five quarters of the fastest growing PC vendor among the top global providers, IDC, preliminary data indicate that Lenovo has achieved a record market share of around 13.7 percent and record first quarter sales of around 12.6 million units.
Posted by Yang Yuanqing, CEO of Lenovo:
"Lenovo has developed a tremendous market momentum and left behind two competitors. In just two quarters, the company is thus the second place in worldwide PC sales. This is the highest rank, with the Lenovo worldwide PC sales has reached. Looking at the current competitive environment, the company is positioned as a strong challenger to ultimately global market leader.
We are growing both in business and private customer segment and our customers know that we remain fully committed to the long-term PC market have. At the same time we continue to invest in innovative products to the convergence of technologies and services across all four screens - smart phones, tablet PCs, desktop PCs and Smart TV - push away. To achieve the goal of becoming the world's leading PC manufacturers, we have to deliver an outstanding user experience across all platforms. And I am convinced that we have the products, the team's strategy and the dynamics in order to achieve this long-term goal."