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PCS LabMentors Announces Private Virtual Center Beta Program

Quoting from the press release:

PCS Edventures!.com, Inc. today announced continued growth and expansion of the relationship between its LabMentors' virtual IT lab division and VMware, Inc., which is the world's leading virtualization technology product.

Joe Khoury, President of PCS LabMentors, LTD., described the expansion of the relationship indicating that "PCS LabMentors had been selected to participate in VMware's private VirtualCenter 1.4 beta program." The project entails testing, research, and feedback on VMware's interesting product VirtualCenter 1.4. Mr. Khoury also stressed the strategic importance of the project to the company by indicating, "VMware's VirtualCenter 1.4 is one of the technologies that we will be using in our production environment in the future to effectively and efficiently monitor and manage our VMware servers at our data center. We have been employing VMware's technology for seven years now and this project provides us with access to a private beta forum that we will use to connect to other beta customers. In addition, VMware's engineering allows us to provide feedback on our views of the product."

About PCS LabMentors:

PCS LabMentors, LTD., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of PCS Edventures!.com, Inc., is located in Fredericton New Brunswick, Canada. It is the recognized leader in the design, development, and delivery of virtual lab frameworks offering schools a virtual e-learning environment that includes hands-on learning labs focused around IT certifications and training curriculum. It specializes in virtual IT labs that provide students hands-on experience and advice in the study of Windows 2003®, XP®, 2000®, Security, Cisco® Networking, and custom application programs/certification tracks. These solutions are presented either as a hosted ASP or as a licensed framework that can be purchased outright by the customer. Current customers include DeVry University, Course Technology, several community colleges, and private technical schools. Additional information is at

Published Friday, June 30, 2006 6:40 AM by David Marshall
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