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MOSAIC MULTISOFT (FORMERLY ALTERNATIVE VENTURES) APPOINTS NEW DIRECTOR

 SAN DIEGO, Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Mosaic MultiSoft Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: MMSF) (formerly known as Alternative Ventures Inc.) announced today that on Jan. 8 the board of directors approved the appointment of Gary R. Montry as a new member of the board of directors.
 Montry earned a bachelor of science degree in physics and mathematics from Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Mich., and a master of science degree in physics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., offering a wealth of expertise in the areas of parallel computing and other computing services.
 He is the founder of Southwest Software, Albuquerque, N.M., and from 1990 to the present, he has acted as an independent freelance consultant for Southwest, developing a VT100 emulator in C programming language for Fortune Systems Unix-based computer, and sold the package to Fortune Systems, performed research for the U.S. Air Force on parallel radiation transport algorithms on Ncube/1 using multigrid methods.
 Montry is currently engaged in consulting services for parallel processing for a major government laboratory, the U.S. Air Force, a parallel computer vendor, a major oil company and a large national computer center. Montry is a member of the DOE-sponsored joint U.S.-Japan Performance Evaluation Committee.
 Previous to November 1990, Montry acted as a consultant systems engineer for Myrias Computer Corp. as technical liaison between sales organization and product development, chief analyst for hardware and software performance for the Myrias SPS' series computers, design team member for new parallel hardware architectures which could support the Myrias' demand-paged Virtual Memory System; he was a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories, developed 1-D and 2-D lagrangian hydrodynamics codes for particle beam fusion simulations, acted as project leader for a parallel graphics visualization project and for a computer architecture design project to assemble and test a star graph parallel processor, developed numerous large-scale non-linear circuit analysis codes applications and equations, developed highly parallel finite element and fluid dynamics codes for parallel processors; he was a staff physicist at the University of Dayton Research Institute, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Albuquerque, N.M., developed optical grating codes in support of the airborne laser laboratory, wrote several data acquisition codes for infrared detector data; he was a staff physicist at KMS Fusion, Ann Arbor, Mich., developed high-power laser design and simulation codes in support of laser driven fusion, developed non-linear optical simulation codes used in the design of second harmonic generation crystals for use on very high powered glass laser systems; he was a research associate at the University of Michigan Institute of Science and Technology, Radar and Optics laboratory, built and tested lasers for use in optical data processing, and helped construct optical systems which produced the very first wide-angle, deep field-of-view holograms.
 Montry's honors and accomplishments include: winner of the Karp


Challenge (first demonstration of parallel speedup of more than 200 times); First Gordon Bell Award. Montry is currently consulting for San Diego Supercomputing Center, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Mission Research Corp., BBN Advance Computers, Kendall Square Research, Dolphin Technologies and others, and is credited with more than 24 publications, and several relevant unpublished documents.
 The board of directors said it is pleased with the company's progress to date, and is presently arranging for a private placement of shares of in order to fund Mosaic MultiSoft's engineering program for the ensuing year.
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 /CONTACT: Randolph Graves Jr. of Mosaic MultiSoft, 619-452-1772/
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