Frame, a cloud service that lets users run any software in a browser, has completed its Virtual Environment Certification for Autodesk applications, including AutoCAD and Autodesk Revit.
Frame helps with the delivery of rich graphics applications from the cloud directly into any browser with no plugins required. Now, the combination of Frame for Business with certified applications from Autodesk provides unprecedented flexibility, performance and scalability for businesses wanting to deploy their Autodesk workflows in the public cloud.
“Leading businesses around the world are embracing the public cloud for its rapid access to flexible, scalable and low cost IT resources,” says Nikola Bozinovic, CEO of Frame. “With Autodesk officially certifying Frame platforms, it’s clear the next wave of public cloud transformation is underway through the delivery of Windows applications.”
Frame for Business is designed to meet the most demanding needs of designers, engineers and content creation professionals on a budget. It is a pay-as-you-go service, running on the public hyper clouds of Amazon and Azure, offering the flexibility to add more users in seconds or change performance based on the applications being used.
Frame customers can connect their applications to cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive, enabling access to all of their files and applications in any browser at the gigabit transfer rates inherent to the cloud backbone.
Founded in 2012, Frame enables users to run their apps in the cloud and share them easily. Frame, previously Mainframe2, is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., with offices in Nis, Serbia, and is financed by Silicon Valley VCs including Columbus Nova Technology Partners and Bain Capital Ventures.