Lenovo is putting on a star-studded “Tech World” event in Beijing later this month with the CEOs of Intel, Microsoft and Baidu delivering keynote addresses along with Lenovo chair and CEO Yang Yuanqing.

The world’s No. 1 PC manufacturer plans to showcase its growing product lineup, which includes smartphones, tables, servers, and much more.

The company, which operates its executive headquarters in Morrisville, expects “thousands of fans, media, partners and suppliers around the world.”

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, and chair/CEO Robin Li will be speaking.

“Innovation is at the heart of everything we do and behind-the scenes, there is a great deal of research and development innovation that our fans never get to see,” said Yang. “At Lenovo Tech World, we intend to engage our guests with an insider’s perspective of where Lenovo technology is today, and where it is headed tomorrow.”

Lenovo recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of the deal that took the company international from its China roots: The acquisition of IBM’s PC business. In the decade since that deal, Lenovo has grown to $39 billion in annual revenues from $3 billion and cracked the Fortune 500.

Last year, Lenovo added IBM’s x86 business and Motorola Mobility from Google as part of Yang’s diversification strategy.

But the last few months have not been without troubles.

The company disclosed layoffs of more than 200 people in its server business on Monday and offered buyouts to some employees in January. It also has cut some contractor jobs.

It also has had to deal with security and adware issues plus two product recalls.