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LG Electronics Unveils Large-Scale Virtual Computing with Next-Generation Network Monitors
Posted on Friday, June 17, 2011
 

P Series Network Monitor solution helps multi-station computer environments stretch technology budgets to create a more engaging atmosphere with Cloud

ORLANDO, June 16, 2011 – LG Electronics USA is introducing its next-generation, highly efficient and ultra-secure P Series Network Monitors for “cloud computing” this week at InfoComm 2011 (booth 2543).

LG’s P Series Network Monitor (model N1910LZ) uses zero client virtual computing technology to connect a server host and simultaneously redistribute its capabilities to multiple users through Internet Protocol (IP)*. As a result, this solution enables IT directors to deliver mass computing capabilities to budget conscientious environments.

“The P Series Network Monitor solution helps reduce high costs associated with maintaining a multi-computer setting,” said Y.K. Cho, senior vice president, Commercial Displays, LG Electronics USA. “Designed specifically for enterprise, finance, healthcare and SMBs (small- and medium-size businesses), LG’s P Series Network Monitors help to maximize budgets and transform a static workspace into an interactive, engaging atmosphere that’s easy for integrators to install and for end-users to employ.”

The P Series Network Monitor system utilizes a Teradici® PCoIP® (PC-over-IP) Chipset and VMWare software to deliver a powerful and secure virtual solution that broadens integrated computing beyond designated labs to offices and classrooms. The zero client virtualization cloud computing software enables a single server to support more monitors than previously possible. With enough bandwidth, one server computer can potentially support more than 100 redistributed systems. The 19-inch diagonal LED monitors (18.9 inches measured diagonally) provide a bright, clear computing experience for productivity and multimedia applications.
Technical specifications and details of the P Series Network Monitor solution can be found on LG’s Website at www.LGsolutions.com.
 

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