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Mobile World Congress® 2012: Cisco® plans for better Mobile Internet

Cisco disclosed its plan to provide a better mobile connectivity at the Mobile World Congress 2012, which is currently being held at Barcelona.

The CEO of Cisco Brian Dunn told that the Internet providers for mobile and smartphone should do a better job to give seamless wireless services over the world. The Internet connection should be able to reconfigure itself to the new network when a traveler or a business person changes its location.

Mobile Internet can be understood as a browsing facility that can be accessed via a smartphone or laptop/tablet. Mobile Internet has been continuously growing in recent times. Mobile Internet connectivity has been showing exponential growth. Cisco has plans to evolve Internet service for enhanced experience by users. This approach according to Cisco will not only provide faster service but will also bring in high profits.

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Lenovo® Forms Tablet, Smartphone Product Group

Lenovo is well known in the US for its business laptops with the brand name ThinkPad. It has now formed a new group of businesses for developing Internet based electronic devices for consumers, including smart phones, digital TVs and tablet computers. Its recent announcement refers to the Chinese company Lenovo’s continuing thrust into the consumer markets outside China. In the year 2008, the company introduced its first type of consumer products in the US which is the IdeaPad line of personal computers.

Lenovo while making the announcement did not mention about launching any new sort of products, but concentrated mainly on the formation of the new group. Former senior vice president and presently president of the company for its product group, Liu Jun, will be heading the digital home and the mobile Internet business group. Liu is from Beijing and is the president of the new group.

Lenovo is contemplating the diversification of companies further than PCs into upcoming mobile devices like smart phones and tablet computers. Sales output for such types of electronic devices are poised to overtake the stagnant market for laptops and desktop computers. Forrester Research has predicted that tablet sales will double during the current year and it will attain the figure of more than twenty four million units as compared to the last year figure of nearly ten million units. According to the fourth quarter sales figure available for PCs in the United States, it has been observed that percentage wise drop is around 4.8 percent because of Apple’s tablets and iPad using the Android operating system of Google.

Lenovo has already stepped into the tablet market. In the Consumer Electronics Show held at Las Vegas during the current year, it launched the new product IdeaPad Slate comprising high resolution display and a tablet having 10.1 inch thickness. This tablet, about to be introduced in the market in the current year, will utilize Windows 7 and challenge the similar products available now in the market like Android and tablets from the manufacturers like Toshiba, Samsung, Motorola and many others. The company has also displayed the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid. This computer appears like a laptop, having a detachable display, and the user may carry it while moving like a tablet. Its screen is located in the chassis and the computer operates on Windows 7. The touch screen operates Android like a tablet. Lenovo has not yet confirmed when the product will be launched in the US market.

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