A visionary beginning

Transforming workspace experiences since 2011

Dizzion was founded in 2011 with a visionary mission to redefine the way the world works.

In an era of legacy Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Dizzion set out to challenge the status quo by making it simple for all customers to transform their workspace experience. By building a powerful automation and services platform on top of the VMware stack, Dizzion delivered virtual desktops as a service before Desktop as a Service (DaaS) even existed.

As Dizzion scaled, we maintained a relentless focus on listening to our customers and adapting to their needs - improving performance, adding new features, and bringing new offerings to market such as GPU-enabled desktops, and compliant desktops.

Our continued growth and success led to strategic partnerships with VMware, Microsoft, IBM Cloud, and many more. After making Inc. 5000’s list of the fastest-growing private companies for four consecutive years, Dizzion expanded its reach globally by expanding our offerings to 65 data centers across 26 countries and 6 continents.

In December 2020, Dizzion secured a growth investment from LLR Partners, setting the stage for future innovations and growth.

Joining forces with Frame

Two industry pioneers coming together

In June 2023, Dizzion acquired and merged with Frame, marking the single greatest milestone in the company’s history.

Frame, founded in 2012, was the first true DaaS solution to come to market. Built from the ground-up, Frame focused on simplicity, agility, and flexibility. Frame then became the first multi-cloud DaaS solution when support for Azure was added in 2016, followed by support for Nutanix Cloud Infrastructure and Google Cloud Platform in 2019. With the release of Frame next generation remoting protocol (FRP8), Frame also became the first DaaS provider to support native, in-session, VoIP and video-conferencing.

Frame is validated by Google as Chrome Enterprise Recommend, recognized as a Major Player in DaaS by IDC and featured, along with Dizzion, in Gartner's inaugural Magic Quadrant for DaaS in 2023.

Dizzion, together with Frame, is now able to offer the most comprehensive, flexible, and powerful digital workspace solutions and services available in the market.

Different by design

A new era in digital workspaces

We are a company of pioneers and visionaries – passionate about transforming how we work into something more accessible, secure, sustainable, and enjoyable. It’s ingrained in our company DNA and culture. This is why we will continue to lead, not follow.

Dizzion is different by design – let us show you how.

How we got here


Dizzion is Founded

Dizzion is founded with a mission to Redefine the way the world works.


1st Desktop Delivered

Dizzion enters the market with a managed VDI offering built on top of VMWare View (DaaS before DaaS)! First cloud desktop is delivered to customers.


Frame is Founded

Frame is founded with a vision of enabling customers to Run any Windows software in a browser.​


Hello World!

Frame becomes the first cloud-native DaaS platform to come to market with support for workloads in AWS! Adobe signs up to be Frame's first official customer soon after.


HIPAA and PCI Compliance

Dizzion launches support for HIPPA and PCI compliant desktops streamlining attestation of compliance for customers.


Azure Support

Frame adds support for Microsoft Azure to become the first true multi-cloud solution in the market.


COSMOS Launches

Dizzion releases COSMOS for orchestration and automation.


Nutanix Support

Shortly after the acquisition by Nutanix, Frame releases support for on-premises workloads running on Nutanix AHV.


IBM Cloud Support

Dizzion adds support for public cloud with deployments in IBM Cloud. Customers can also purchase offering direct from IBM Cloud Catalog.


GCP Support

Frame adds support for Google Cloud Platform to offer customers even more cloud choice.


C3 Platform Launches

COSMOS and Control Center (customer portal) unifies under the new C3 platform.


FRP8 Released

Frame releases it's next-gen Frame Remoting Protocol 8 standardizing on WebRTC, enabling native in-session voice and video conferencing support


Google CER Validated

Google names Frame a Chrome Enterprise Recommended solution for Virtualization.


IBM Cloud FS Support

Dizzion adds support for IBM Cloud for Financial Services with additional controls, including NIST 800-53 compliance.


Frame Joins Dizzion

Dizzion acquires and merges with Frame to become the most complete digital workspaces company in the market.

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