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 LG Electronics USA is introducing its P Series Network Monitors for virtualization computing this week at InfoComm 2011 (booth 2543). 
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LG Electronics USA is introducing its P Series Network Monitors for virtualization 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), which allows IT directors to deliver mass computing capabilities to budget conscientious environments.

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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