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Lenovo embraces 10.5% PC Market Indonesia

JAKARTA – Despite some predictions stating the market share of personal computers (PCs) will be eroded as the onslaught of tablets and smartphones, but Lenovo still showing significant growth. Company, received double-digit market share for the first time in Indonesia.

According to IDC Asia Pacific, Lenovo grabbed a market share of 10.5 percent in the first quarter of 2013 (April-June). This shows that the company recorded a growth of 4.3 percent from year to year.

“Indonesia is a key to our market. Because the new computer penetration five percent, and its market is still huge. Many Indonesian people are accessing the Internet from mobile phones and even still go to internet cafes (cafe),” said Chief Operational Officer of Lenovo Indonesia Sandy Lumi

Regarding the position of the other PC vendor Lenovo, Country General Manager Lenovo Indonesia Rajesh Thadani explained, there are five vendors that play in the realm of PCs globally, the Levono with 16.7 percent market share, Hewlett-Packard (HP) 16 per cent, 12 per cent of Dell , Acer 8 percent, 6 percent and Asus.

“Lenovo is the market leader in the realm of PCs globally and we will continue to innovate, and launch a variety of strategies to improve growth,” said Thadani.

Then, in addition to aggressive in PCs, Lenovo will also continue to expand into the realm of PC +. Based on reports fiscal ended March 2013, the company grabbed 5.9 percent market share for ‘Smart Connected Devices’.

“Lenovo is currently the number two smartphone manufacturers in China, as well as tablets, the PC market in the world big enough +. Inevitably, 10 percent of our revenue comes from smartphones,” said Thadani.

In Indonesia alone, Lumi calls, PC sales reached 5.5 million units, 11 million smartphones, and tablets 2.9 million per year. “Smartphones grew 10 percent and in the next two years is projected to surpass sales of tablet PCs,” said Lumi.

“Market + PC as large as the PC. Due to the large number of people in Indonesia. Yet again the majority of them are still using feature phones and smartphones will be moving to. Even though with tablets,” said Lumi.

Brand choice
Not just grabbed the biggest market share as a PC manufacturer, Lenovo has also managed to become the brand of choice.

Launched various marketing activities to make consumers consider using a product made by Lenovo. As of May / June 2012, Lenovo grew from 8 percent menjadu 20 percent in the same period in 2013. As a result, the ranks had been pushed up to 8 managed to position 4.

IDF San Francisco 2013: Intel to unveil new product optimizations

Intel is set to host Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013 in San Francisco, the US from September 10-12 to further discuss its 2-in-1 device plans as well as its latest progress in Android smartphone and tablet development, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.

With new CEO Brian Krzanich and president Renee James coming on-board to adjust Intel’s business strategy, the sources believe the CPU giant is likely to unveil new optimizations for products as well as several interactive technologies such as voice recognition and gesture control at the forum.

Intel may also unveil product designs for its new quad-core SoC Bay Trail-T, which is set to be launched in December, at the forum and prepare related marketing projects.

Intel is expected to showcase smartphones developed with Lenovo, ZTE, Acer and Asustek Computer and may even display its 22nm Merrifield-based smartphones, which are set to be released in the first half of 2014, the sources said.

Since wearable devices have become a focus of IT players, Intel may also announce plans for related developments.