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Lenovo strengthens big data analysis with help of US partners

Chinese PC maker teams with NetApp and eyes further partnerships

Lenovo Group's quarterly sales from the data center business jumped 70% over a year.   © Reuters

BEIJING -- Global personal computer manufacturer Lenovo Group aims to widen its footprint in China's data center business with help from U.S. tech companies, starting with Silicon Valley-based NetApp, to position itself in the growing field of big data.

Lenovo Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing and NetApp CEO George Kurian made an appearance on Sept. 26 on the opening day of Lenovo's Tech World expo in Beijing. Yang said Lenovo is bringing smart innovation to every sector, highlighting the company's push to expand big data solutions for corporate clients.

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