Governments are now one of the most important ICT promoters and consumers, through e-government, education, Science & Technology Systems~ public health, social plans, and economic plans.
Hence the recent push by EMEA countries and especially African governments to embrace diverse technologies in enabling automation i.e shared resource computing is seen by observers as gearing to input shared resource computing on most of these governments ICT Policy.
With massive funding for education based projects in the works the two pioneer players in the shared computing space are braced for seizing up market-share.
While N-computing had a head start a has heavily sold in the African and Asian Markets,LG has re-invented the market with the Network monitor which we delve into vis-a vi the N-computing L230.
Our earlier reviews on collaboration has interested companies in Africa hence prospects of partnerships in high gear.