The Faculty of Communication of Vilnius University in cooperation with the Digital Curation Unit of the Institute for the Management of Information Systems of Athena Research and Innovation Centre in Information Communication & Knowledge Technologies, Angewandte Informationstechnik Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Universidad del País Vasco and Javni Zavod Republike Slovenije za Varstvo Kulturne Dediscine,  building on the results of the CARARE project, are developing an application to enable local cultural institutions to collaborate in the development of an historical place name microservice. 

The MINT service is  a web based platform  designed and developed by  NTUA (the National Technical University of Athens - partner in LoCloud) to facilitate the aggregation of  digital cultural heritage content and metadata in Europe. 

On 20 May 2014 Walter Koch, AIT, Austria, has presented LoCloud at the Cloud computing uptake in the public sector workshop, held at the European Commission’s premises in Brussels.