It is obvious that MojoPac is hitting a chord with a broad base of customers
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) January 5, 2007
RingCube Technologies, Inc., the creator of truly portable personal computing, announced today that MojoPac has won three industry awards in just three months since launching to consumers.
MojoPac was honored with winning recent accolades, including being named to the "Top 10 Startups of 2006" by Light Reading's Unstrung, one of the "Top Emerging Mobile Technologies of 2006" from The San Jose Business Journal and receiving the "DEMOgod" Award at the DEMO show where MojoPac launched.
"It is obvious that MojoPac is hitting a chord with a broad base of customers," said Shan Appajodu, CEO and co-founder of RingCube. "Computing with MojoPac is a truly personal and portable experience; you can take your computer with you wherever you want to go - and all on a small device. As we head into 2007, we are excited to build our user base and expand what MojoPac can do for our users."
RingCube will demonstrate MojoPac at the CES Pepcom Digital Experience! in the Caesars Palace Events Center, Las Vegas from 7 to 10 p.m. on Sunday.
RingCube's MojoPac offering is software that for the first time allows any storage device, including iPods, USB flash or hard drives, or even cell phones, to mirror the capabilities and functionality of a private and secure PC. With MojoPac, users can take all their information, settings, and applications such as Microsoft Office, iTunes, and top PC games such as World of Warcraft with them wherever they go, on any portable storage device, including ones many consumers carry with them every day. MojoPac transforms any computer into a personal computer, instantly.
About RingCube Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 2004, RingCube is the creator of truly portable personal computing. The company's software platform, MojoPac, enables users to take their complete personal computing experience with them wherever they go, on any USB storage device they already carry, and access their programs, data, and settings, from any host computer around the world. The company is venture backed by New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and is based in Mountain View, California.