Lenovo is very, very pleased with their financial results for the second quarter of 2014/2015, pointing out that the company has grown considerably of late. Grown to the tune of $10.5 billion in revenue and $262 million in earnings over the period. But that’s not all the company has to boast about.

The company said in a statement ” Lenovo became the number one PC+Tablet vendor for the first time ever, with 14.1 percent market share, up 1.2 percent year over year, a significant milestone that it met six quarters ahead of target.”

Lenovo chairman and CEO Yuanqing Yang went on to say ” In May, we set this as a two year goal, but achieved it in two quarters.”

“And in the last month, we successfully closed both our Motorola Mobility and IBM x86 acquisitions. With these two deals, we are now #3 in both businesses, but we are not satisfied. We will replicate our success in PCs by outgrowing the market to challenge the top two. Mobile and Enterprise are now our new growth engines, and over time, like PCs, they will become our profit pool as well.”

Combined smartphone, tablet and PC sales for the company hit 35.6 million units over the period or, as Lenovo puts it, they managed to shift one device every 5 seconds. Impressive stuff and the cause of their high earnings for the quarter.

Yeah, Lenovo’s looking to have a very good year.

Source: Lenovo

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