“Our collection of data is increasing year by year — and it impacts every aspect of the race, including simulation development, power control strategies, the braking mechanism, and so on,” Gabriele Conti, Ducati’s electronic systems director explains. He summarizes the role of data as: “Trying to help the human make the right choice” — in the garage and on the track. “Data gives us a huge advantage.” Lenovo is “the perfect match our engineers need to make these bikes even more competitive,” echoes Paolo Ciabatti, Ducati Corse Sporting Director. “We are proud to have Lenovo branding on our bikes, but on the other side of that, it’s the technological partnership that enables our engineers to develop bikes at this level.”
We’re all struggling to work from home (kids included), so we’ve partnered with some of our brightest employees to create a series of online STEM projects. These are intended to help parents and teachers keep everyone engaged in science while we’re stuck inside. Please enjoy. Have fun. And share your creations with the hashtag #STEMatHome.
Today, Lenovo announced the new ThinkPad E14 and E15 with up to AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700U processors with Radeon™ Graphics bringing an improved design, higher performance and enhanced productivity features for SMB customers. Also, selected ThinkPad T, X and L series powered by AMD Ryzen™ PRO 4000 Series Mobile Processors announced in February are coming very soon. Delivering smarter IT innovations for better user experiences, the latest ThinkPad models meet today’s increasing remote working needs.