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LG launches Pro Server for the SMB segment

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LG launches Pro Server for the SMB segment

LG Electronics India, a market leader in the display and optical storage devices segment, today announced the launch of LG Pro Server-PA105 and PA110, for the SMB segment in the Indian market. The LG Pro Server is priced between the range of Rs 54,000 and Rs 1.4 lac.

“The server launch is in line with LG’s commitment to offer high quality, feature-rich and well-performing products to the market segment at very competitive prices. Our products are tested and manufactured in accordance with LG standards, which far exceed the global quality control norms,” said R Manikandan, Deputy General Manager, Product Group Head–IT Products, LGEIL. “This product will go a long way in providing end-to-end solutions to different vertical within the SMB segment with true value for money.”

LG Pro Server will provide a complete business server solution with messaging and collaboration, security-enhanced Internet access, protected data storage, and reliable printing for the SMB segment. With this offering LG would be providing end-to-end solutions to different vertical within the SMB segment.

The Pro Server is designed to give optimum value to SMB business segment and comes with ready-to-use solutions for various verticals. The Pro Servers come with Intel Pentium 4 Processor at 3.0 GHz with 800MHz FSB with Hyper Threading Technology (up to Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition Processor at 3.4 GHz with 2 MB L2 Cache) with Intel E7210P chipset. It also features memory of 256 MB (PC3200 – 400 MHz) DDR SDRAM unbuffered DIMM with ECC and has Onboard ATI Graphics Controller with 8MB Video RAM.

LGEIL is already offering a whole range of PCs catering to the varied market segments. My PC range of computers have been successful in the Home and SOHO segment and the Pro PC range is fast catching up in the business segment.


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