LG has signed a cloud computing and virtualization deal with Microsoft designed to help businesses reduce overheads.
Under the pact, LG will introduce monitors integrated with Microsoft software. The monitors will function as virtual computers, allowing multiple users to run programs off a single standard PC, LG said.
The alliance will primarily target the market for virtualization solutions for educational institutions, aiming to become a leader in the segment with a 25 per cent share in 2012. The segment is expected to grow by more than 50 per cent every year, reaching 6 million units in 2012 and 20 million units in 2015, LG said.
LG and Microsoft will also team up to introduce monitors for cloud computing, a technology that allows users to access data and software over the internet. The cloud computing market is expected to expand to 12 million units in 2012, LG said.
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