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Just trying to help a lady who uses a wheel chair and needs to move to a better weather place for her health. She is selling her home trailer .Details on the image : Sale mobile home by owner 1979 14x70, 2 bedrooms,2 bathrooms, big shed, US$18.000 e mail: rochizcar@gmail.com phone 845 847 0113


Wednesday, June 19, 2013

USA: Verizons LG Optimus Intuition (Vu) to offer Privacy and Business (P&B) Virtualization.


Francisco De Jesùs. WorldWide Tech and Science .


LG Electronics (LG) announced that its Optimus Vu: — known as Intuition in the United States — is the first commercialized smartphone in the U.S. on the Verizon Wireless Network to offer Privacy and Business (P&B) Virtualization. P&B Virtualization essentially divides the smartphone’s operating system in half — creating a secure, IT-controlled environment for business applications, while leaving the end user’s personal data and applications unchanged. The LG Optimus Vu: is the first of a new breed of enterprise-ready smartphones that offer the convenience of this secure, virtual work platform along with all the benefits of LG’s exceptional mobile technologies and user-friendly UX features.

The Optimus Vu: is the result of LG’s successful strategic venture with VMware, the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, and Verizon Wireless, the largest mobile network operator in the United States. This newest device follows in the footsteps of another collaborative effort, the LG Revolution for VMware® Horizon Mobile™. Winner of the coveted International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award in 2012, the device featured VMware Horizon Mobile and gave users an exciting sample of the virtual mobile experience.

Many of today’s businesses implement a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy when it comes to mobile phones in the workplace. But having work information and applications on a personal device can represent a security risk, and also can make it challenging for the user to keep personal and business-related matters separate. LG’s mobile device with P&B Virtualization provides a separate, secure virtual work environment that is accessible anywhere, anytime. Employing VMware Horizon Mobile, the LG Optimus Vu: allows users to run a second operating system, completely isolated from the one running on thedeviceitself. This makes it easy to keep work-related applications and data separate from personal ones. By reducing security risks and enhancing manageability for businesses, P&B Virtualization is also more secure than the current range of app container-based solutions available in the market.

“The Optimus Vu: with P&B Virtualization represents a giant leap forward in mobile virtualization technology,” said Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “Joining forces with VMware and Verizon Wireless has enabled us to create an enterprise-ready smart device that enhances productivity and convenience. Users can enjoy the versatility of having two devices in one while businesses can feel safe in the knowledge that sensitive information will be completely secure.”

“LG and VMware are addressing the challenges IT departments face every day due to BYOD and the consumerization of IT,” said Boaz Chalamish, senior vice president and general manager, End-User Computing, VMware. “Creating a separate virtual workspace on a mobile device enables IT to provide security and control, while also reducing the burden and liability of managing the entire device. This approach strikes the best balance between addressing IT security needs and end-user freedom.”

LG plans to introduce P&B Virtualization in more of its industry leading mobile devices in order to meet the growing demand for secure, business-friendly smartphones.


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Q4 2013: LG to mass-produce a new flexible smartphone panel, Samsung working on a similar product.

Francisco De Jesùs, WorldWide Tech and Science.

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LG Display is expected to solidify its leadership in the display market as it will mass-produce a new flexible smartphone panel for major clients from the fourth quarter of this year.

Technicians and researchers at LG say this new development is an effort to meet growing demand for innovative business solutions.

LG spokesman Frank Lee said that his company is looking to meet “the rapid need for display advancements.” Lee stressed upcoming flexible displays, which are bendable and unbreakable, could be the next innovation in display-making technology.

According to the company, LG is investing in flexible displays for mobile devices and new high-tech panels, called organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels, which support ultra high-definition (UHD).

“We have completed the development of our first flexible displays. We will mass produce flexible displays from the fourth quarter of this year,” the company said in a statement to The Korea Times.

Company officials said its E2 line at its display complex in Paju is going to handle the production of flexible displays.

“We will apply a 4.5th generation glass-cutting technology for the OLED flexible displays. Monthly capacity for the line was set as 12,000 sheets,” according to the company statement.

The product comes after LG Chairman Koo Bon-moo issued a challenge to create market-leading products with the potential to revive the company.

LG Electronics, the major stakeholder of LG Display, plans to release its first flexible smartphone later this year.

Officials also hinted at selling the screens to other major mobile producers because the company predicts its flexible displays will become the latest mobile trend.

LG’s competitor, Samsung Display, is reportedly working on a similar product.

Samsung Display is still testing its flexible products and trying to increase production yields. It’s highly unlikely that the soon-to-be-released Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Note 3 will have a flexible screen due to manufacturing-related issues.

“Flexible OLEDs will entice handset manufacturers amid growing appetites for a vivid picture, appealing design and thinner displays. The latest development by LG Display should earn a big stake in the growing market,” said Woori Investment Securities analyst Kim Yang-jae.

Kim said LG’s shift toward flexible displays would help the firm beat the industry’s conventional cyclical patterns, making LG one of the few companies that can steadily generate profit regardless of market uncertainties.

Aggressiveness in OLEDs

Flexible OLEDs are just one part of LG’s plan to sweep the global OLED market by increasing its investment in various business projects.

The company, which is the first to mass produce OLED screens and curved OLEDs for televisions, is in the process of developing OLED TV screens that support UHD viewing quality.

To remain competitive, LG works to cut manufacturing costs, achieve lower consumption and advanced viewing quality, said Lim Joo-soo, a manager at its OLED technology strategy division.

“LG Display is developing UHD OLED TV screens. For enhanced brightness, we plan to switch the existing ‘bottom-emission’ tech into ‘top-emission’ tech. The company also has interests in developing materials that can help OLED applications extend their lifespan,” said Lim.

As OLED TVs go mainstream within the next few years, LG is expanding its panel sizes to 65 inches and 77 inches.

According to LG officials, the 65-inch and 77-inch OLED panels will be produced at its M1 pilot line inside the P9 factory in Paju. The M1 line will house more equipment to produce bigger screens, and the M2 line will be mass-produced starting next year.

“This is a strategic decision and it makes sense. With LG’s strong client base and LG Electronics’ television business improving, having an affordable lineup will pay off,” said Woori analyst Kim.

LG Display is involved in a legal battle with Samsung Display over Samsung’s alleged involvement to steal LG’s OLED patents.

Officials at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said they plan to interview Samsung executives and ex-Samsung employees to investigate the claim. The investigation should be finished in the next two months.

 

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