Monday, 22 August, 2011

ViON Promotes Technology Growth in South Texas

HOUSTON, TEXAS. August 22, 2011--ViON Corporation (ViON), a specialist in designing, delivering andmaintaining storage and server solutions to high-performance enterprise wide data centers, is pleased to announce that it has joined as a “Platinum” sponsor of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas. The MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas was formed in 1984. Its mission is to foster successful growth of innovative technology oriented enterprises in the South Texas area by providing access to MIT resources through services and programs that educate and support these business endeavors. Through this sponsorship, ViON demonstrates its commitment to the South Texas business community and its technology 


 “We are delighted to have ViON Corporation join our team as a Platinum sponsor,” said Peter Hanik, Chairman of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas. “We look forward to offering a full lineup of events catering to Houston technology professionals ranging from events focused on energy, space exploration, health care and information technology.” ViON is pleased to assist MIT in becoming a champion in advancing the development of information technology in South Texas,” said Tom Frana, President and CEO of ViON. 


About ViON Corporation 
ViON Corporation (ViON) is a small veteran-owned corporation, established in 1980, and headquartered in Washington, DC. We specialize in designing, delivering, and maintaining storage and server solutions to high performance, enterprise-wide data centers throughout the federal, state, and local governments. We excel in solutions addressing Enterprise Storage, Disaster Recovery, Server Consolidation, Business Continuance, and Capacity Services in the Windows, UNIX and z/OS environments. For more information, please visit 


About MIT Enterprise Forum 
Founded in 1978, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc. is a volunteer, non-profit organization. Membership in the Forum is vast with a network of 18 US chapters and six (6) international chapters. It continually attracts local executives, business leaders, venture capitalists, industry experts, and service organizations, as well as newly emerging entrepreneurs with business ideas involving technology. Chapter membership is open to everyone. Previous affiliation with MIT is not required. The MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas, based in Houston, Texas, was formed in 1984. Our members are leaders in their industries who dedicate their time and talent to define, promote, and manage the Forum 




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