Monday, April 30, 2012

   Electronic Giant, LG is making their steps to Cloud Computing. Recently they have Launched Beta Version Of LG Cloud. This cloud service will let LG Device users to access their files online from any LG phone, tablet, or Internet-connected TV. 


 This service is currently available in United States and Korea with providing each user a Free File Storage Space Of 5 GB. If you are with a LG Smartphone or Smart TV, you will get 50 GB File Storage Space. LG Users can access LG Cloud through LG Cloud App that can be downloaded from Google Play Or LG Smartworld Or lgecloud.com . Even if you are updating your cloud from various devices, it will Synchronize files in all devices. Users may upload files with a size of 2GB in one time.


    LG Cloud will work on Android phones running Android 2.2 and higher, though Android 2.3 is recommended, PCs running Windows XP and Windows 7 32-bit, and LG Smart TVs with Netcast 2.0 and higher (3.0 recommended).

       "The difference is in LG's Real-time Streaming Transcoding technology. The conversion happens on the server in realtime, not on the device," LG said in a statement. "There is no need to worry about installing codecs or converters, everything happens seamlessly and in the background with no involvement from the user."

 If you are a LG Device user who is interested in this Cloud Service, You may gather more info on LG Cloud from LG Cloud Official Website. LG has even created a new division to handle its new cloud offering, dubbed Smart Business Center. So we could expect even bigger from LG Cloud more than exposed above. Of course it will be a nice wayout for who you are not enough happy with other cloud services and for who are happy to have their Brand Oriented Service ahead.