Lenovo has just announced a groundbreaking cooperation agreement with Esper, provider of Esper Device Management, to produce a ThinkCentre M70a multi-function business computer based on the Android platform.
According to TechGoing, Android is known as an operating system platform targeting smartphones and tablets, so the appearance of the ThinkCentre M70a marks a significant change for Lenovo in the field of business PCs. The decision to use Android for PC may surprise many people at first glance, but it is the right choice for a number of reasons. Android’s streamlined and user-friendly interface provides a focused work experience that attracts business customers instead of the complexity of Windows and macOS
Based on the agreement, Lenovo will offer a series of Android-powered PCs that come with Esper Device Management – an enterprise-grade Android device management platform. Furthermore, the company will introduce a series of devices pre-installed with Esper Foundation – a custom Android operating system tailored to the needs of businesses.
The strategic partnership between Lenovo and Esper aims to benefit customers in various industries, especially retail, hospitality, and healthcare. With Lenovo’s powerful hardware and Esper’s remote device management capabilities, businesses can deploy these devices quickly and efficiently, while maintaining remote control and monitoring. distant.
Lenovo OEM Solutions plays a key role in supporting seamless hardware and software integration, making the Lenovo ThinkCentre M70a the first in a planned series of x86 platforms to run Esper Foundation for Android. Lenovo has confirmed that the ThinkCentre M70q, M90n-1 IoT, and ThinkEdge SE30 v2 will join the product line later this year.
Also in its statement, Lenovo emphasized the growing interest of businesses in the Android ecosystem because of its flexibility and efficiency. The introduction of reliable x86 solutions powered by Esper is expected to accelerate the deployment of Android PCs in enterprise environments