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Photo gallery: Inside Lenovo Accelerate 2019

31 May 2019

Lenovo Accelerate 2019 brought together business partners and customers together in Orlando, Florida to discover the latest Lenovo innovations, network, and to collaborate.

This year Lenovo unveiled technologies including its foldable PC, which will join the ThinkPad X1 family. Other innovations include the ThinkCentre M90n and M90n IoT offer opportunities for energy efficiency and connectivity.

“ In 2019 we offered first looks at our cutting-edge new technologies and insight from our top experts on a range of topics from implementing intelligent transformation for better employee experience, to implementing AI in data centers and video surveillance,” Lenovo states.

Keynote speakers included Lenovo Data Center Services vice president and general manager Laura Leltrello, Lenovo vice president of commercial marketing David Rabin, senior vice president and CIO Art Hu, and Lenovo Data Center Group executive vice president Kirk Skaugen, amongst other Lenovo executives.

Attendees experienced entertainment only Florida can provide—a night at Universal Studios, a carnival, delicious food and drinks, and Barenaked Ladies.

Photo gallery below.

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