One year ago a new startup called RingCube appeared on the market with a desktop virtualization solution called MojoPac, mostly targeting mobile users. A direction that even bigger players (like VMware or Qumranet) may decide to take one day or another.
In this year RingCube raised a $12 million funding but failed to impose in the market, probably because its proposal is too ahead of times.
So to improve its solution’s adoption the company launches today a free version of MojoPac, Freedom, introducing an odd business model for virtualization market: each user installing the product will send his data (in anonymous way) to RingCube which will use it for future promotions (advertising inside future updates), as revealed by PC World.
If this is acceptable for you download MojoPac Freedom here.