SALEM, NH, January 18, 2011 – Mosaic Technology, a leading expert in virtualization and data storage technology, today announced their participation in the annual New England VMWare User Group meeting being held on Thursday, January 20 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA.

At its booth, Mosaic Technology will highlight its extensive portfolio of solutions that support the new virtualized desktop infrastructure environment. Mosaic plans to showcase with Enterasys Networks how it can simplify the evolution to a virtualized architecture and generate a positive return on the investment. Additionally, the Company will feature its newly announced VDI Reference Architecture that streamlines the rapid deployment of virtual desktops and applications.

Mosaic executives and technology leaders have also been invited to provide insight and expertise on next-generation Internet technologies and trends during the conference-speaking program. The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy will also discuss how they are harnessing VMware View™ from Mosaic to meet the growing needs of their disparate users. 

“By virtualizing the desktop with VMware View, it opens up the possibilities of not only how your users work but where,” said Tim Antonowicz, senior architect, Mosaic Technology. “Combining the versatility of View 4.5, wireless thin clients, and a robust and secure managed network solution, Mosaic and Enterasys allow you to break the chains that bind the traditional PC to the desktop.”

Mosaic Speaking Engagements at VMUG Winter Warmer:

Who: Tim Antonowicz, Senior Architect, Mosaic Technology
When: Thursday, January 20, 1:00 p.m.
Where: Red Level, Room # 25
What: This session will discuss the new paradigm surrounding the End User Computing experience when virtualization is incorporated.

 Visit Mosaic’s Breakout Session on the Red Level in Room 25 to learn more about the significant savings and security that come with employing a wireless View environment. A raffle to win an iPad will also be held for those who attend the session beginning at 1 PM.

For more information about Mosaic’s presence at the New England VMWare User Group, please visit