LG Cloud Computing – LG Launches the Beta Version of its Cloud Service

Cloud Computing – Cloud Called LG Cloud, the service provides access to content stored online for televisions brand, Android smartphones and PCs with the special offer streaming instead of downloading.

LG’s turn to the cloud with a storage and synchronization for users of TV, PC and Android smartphones. The manufacturer yesterday launched the beta version of its  LG Cloud, which is currently available in the United States and South Korea.

LG E-Cloud

The service offers 5 GB of storage space where users can store all their content (videos, music, photos, documents) that will be synchronized and accessible via dedicated applications for TVs (LG brand), Android smartphones ( 2.2 minimum) or a PC running Windows XP and 7. LG says in the FAQ of his website he intends to propose an application iOS later. The size of files transferred is restricted to 2 GB and you can not download more than two files at once. Moreover, people who have purchased a TV or a smartphone brand are entitled to 50 GB of storage free for 6 months. LG will then propose paying formulas.

LG Cloud differs from its competitors (icloud, Google Drive, SkyDrive) because it promises a virtually instant access to content that is streamed and does not need to be downloaded from each terminal to be consulted.The department also manages the 3D content and LG states that the transfer from a smartphone can be done over 3G or WiFi. The manufacturer does not provide any details regarding the availability of service in the world.

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