Lenovo finished the year 2015 as the number one PC company in the world, statistics just released by technology research and advisory companies, International Data Corporation (IDC) and Gartner, have revealed.
The Chinese PC maker has maintained this position for eleven consecutive quarters.
According to IDC, Lenovo controlled 21.4 percent of the worldwide PC shipments in the fourth quarter of the year.
The number PC company accounted for 20.3 percent of worldwide PC shipments in the fourth quarter of 2015, according to Gartner.
[blockquote right=”pull-right”]According to the Lenovo CEO, the company is “fuelled by new PC product lines such as ThinkPad X1 and Lenovo YOGA families, we are confident in driving further share gains in the coming quarters.”[/blockquote]
The company continued to grow its market share lead over its closest rivals, despite a challenging market, currency fluctuations and fierce competition, according to the reports.
Commenting on this feat, Gianfranco Lanci, President and Chief Operating Officer, Lenovo says the PC maker’s unique ability to balance innovation and efficiency is paying dividends.
“Our consistency in leading the market for eleven successive quarters proves there is ample room for growth in a consolidating market”, Lanci says.
According to the Lenovo CEO, the company is “fuelled by new PC product lines such as ThinkPad X1 and Lenovo YOGA families, we are confident in driving further share gains in the coming quarters.”
Lenovo is confident that its PC business “remains a solid foundation that drives success across the company. Combined with the ongoing development of our mobile and enterprise businesses, we have the diversity and broad portfolio that will bring growth, even in a tough market. We remain fully committed to our goals and to delivering leading technologies and innovation to our customers”, according to Lanci.
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