IBM believes that a company culture based on core values not only helps their business, but also defines the role that they can and should play in society. They identify and act upon new opportunities to apply their technology and expertise to societal problems. They scale their existing programs and initiatives to achieve maximum benefit. They empower their employees and others to serve their communities. They integrate corporate citizenship and social responsibility into every aspect of their company. For more information, please see http://www.ibm.com.
While the Lenovo brand came into existence only in 2004, the company has a much longer history. In 1984, Legend Holdings was formed with 25,000 RMB in a guard house in China. The company was incorporated in Hong Kong in 1988 and would grow to be the largest PC company in China. Legend Holdings changed its name to Lenovo in 2004 and, in 2005, acquired the former Personal Computer Division of IBM, the company that invented the PC industry in 1981. For more information, please see http://www.lenovo.com.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is a technology company that operates in more than 170 countries around the world. They explore how technology and services can help people and companies address their problems and challenges, and realize their possibilities, aspirations and dreams. They apply new thinking and ideas to create more simple, valuable and trusted experiences with technology, continuously improving the way they're customers live and work. For more information, please see http://www.hp.com.
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Over 170,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. They use they're experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with they're customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$55 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011. For more information, please see http://www.fujitsu.com.
Back in 1968, two scientists, Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, founded Intel with a vision for semiconductor memory products. By 1971, they had introduced the world’s first microprocessor. Since then, Intel has established a heritage of innovation that continues to expand the reach and promise of computing while advancing the ways people work and live worldwide. For more information, please see http://www.intel.com.
AMD (NYSE: AMD) is a semiconductor design innovator leading the next era of vivid digital experiences with its groundbreaking AMD Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) that power a wide range of computing devices. AMD’s server computing products are focused on driving industry-leading cloud computing and virtualization environments. AMD’s superior graphics technologies are found in a variety of solutions ranging from game consoles, PCs to supercomputers.. For more information, please see http://www.amd.com.
In 1987, Kingston® entered the market with a single product. Founders John Tu and David Sun fulfilled a severe shortage of surface mount memory chips with a memory module that would serve to redefine industry standards for years to come. Combining one of the most extensive and stringent testing processes in the memory industry, an exceptional free tech support center and a consistent roll-out of innovative technologies, Kingston Technology has continually set industry standards of quality and reliability throughout its history. For more information, please see http://www.kingston.com.
At Microsoft, they are motivated and inspired every day by their customers use of their software to find creative solutions to business problems, develop breakthrough ideas, and stay connected to what's most important to them. They run their business in much the same way, and believe their eight business divisions offer the greatest potential to serve their customers. For more information, please see http://www.microsoft.com.