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Hortensius, Peter 

Dr. Peter D. Hortensius is Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer of Lenovo Group Ltd. He joined the Group in May 2005. He joined the Group in May, 2005 and is currently the Senior Vice President of the Company and the Chief Technology Officer with responsibility for Lenovo’s technical strategy, R&D of systems and technology, and exploration of emerging areas. He leads a worldwide team that focused on innovation for smartphones, tablets, PCs and servers and is widely known for his extensive expertise in product and technology research & development. Dr. Hortensius has held several key leadership positions in Lenovo including most recently President of the Think Business Group where he managed the company’s commercial product portfolio and was responsible for increasing market share and profitability in enterprise segments and in new growth areas like small-to-medium business. His focus areas included driving leadership in Lenovo’s core global commercial business, growing Lenovo’s workstation business, and managing Lenovo’s global enterprise business in server and related products. Dr. Hortensius also led the business team that negotiated the IBM x86 server acquisition. Prior to the Think Business Group president role, he served as president of the Product Group where he managed both the company’s commercial and consumer PC product portfolio, and enterprise business. Previously, Dr. Hortensius spent 17 years with IBM, including 10 years at IBM’s Watson Research Center and his last role at IBM was as the vice president, Products and Offerings, for IBM’s PC Division. Dr. Hortensius earned his doctorate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Manitoba in Canada.

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