MojoPac – windows on USB enabler – gets funded

RingCube, parent company of MojoPac, has secured $12 million as part of its Series B round of funding. Mohr Davidow Ventures and first-round investors New Enterprise Associates (NEA) participated in the funding round. RingCube had earlier received $4 million in Series A round of funding in September 2006.

MojoPac’s smart widows virtualization solution is a great fit for highly mobile users who want to access their customized set of applications from anywhere anytime. MojoPac turns any USB storage device(USB drive or iPod) into a virtual personal computer that can run most of the windows based applications including Microsoft Office, IM clients, iTunes…… Getting applications on to MojoPac is similar to installing applications on your local PC. Just run the installer and you are good to go. You can take this MojoPac USB device to any machine to load your familiar set of applications. While accessing each of these installed applications all the data gets stored onto your MojoPac device instead of the local PC making you truly mobile.

But I am one of those people who usually forget to carry along their USB drive. I remember installing MojoPac when it was just launched around DEMOFall and was really impressed with the whole setup. Next day I forgot to take my SanDisk drive along with me. So much for virtualization on my end.

Links:
MojoPac
RingCube

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2 Responses to “MojoPac – windows on USB enabler – gets funded”

  1. StartupSquad » Blog Archive » I-Flapp - Personal Windows virtualization from India Says:

    […] Since I haven’t tried the product and guessing from the initial specs it seems close what MojoPac and Ceedo are offering. In other words, I-Flapp enables users to carry their favorite applications on their USB drives. Some of the supported apps include Photoshop CS2 9.0, Microsoft office 2003/XP, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Visio, and mail clients like Microsoft Outlook (2003/xp) and Lotus notes among others. […]

  2. Stephanie Ruhlin Says:

    Hello friend , This is interactive article for my homework from college Do u have twitter account ?? i want to follow your twitt . bye

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