The Cleveland Public Library is using cloud-based technology from Hewlett-Packard to increase community access to digital content and personal computing.

The library, according to Hewlett-Packard, is providing patrons with HP mobile thin clients to enable them to create their own computing environments as if they were using their own laptop or desktop computer. HP servers, storage, networking and virtualization software will provide a platform capable of supporting thousands of dedicated virtual desktops to accommodate users, according to the company.

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