in 2004, when it first announced its sponsorship agreement. The company has 30 people working on the project, which will see a range of products--printers and storage equipment, 300 servers, 800 desktops and monitors and 70 notebooks--in use.
"Everything from gathering and storing participants' data to displaying the scores to organizing all (the) activities of BOCOG (Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad), our products--and there will be at least 20,000 of them on-site--will be the backbone of the Games' technology solution," Alice Li, vice president for Olympic marketing at Lenovo, said Monday during a conference call.
Equipmentwill support BOCOG, the International Olympic Committee, radio and television networks, commentators, judges, officials, athletes, media, national Olympic committees and Olympic sponsorship partners.
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Luke Anderson of ZDNet Australia reported from Sydney.