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Nutanix Xi Frame Achieves AWS Digital Workplace Competency Status

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Carsten Puls

I'm happy to share that today Nutanix Xi Frame has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Digital Workplace Competency status. This designation recognizes that we have demonstrated deep experience helping customers build a digital workplace on AWS that frees end users from the office, allowing them to work securely on virtually any device, from anywhere, at any time.

AWS Digital Workplace Comptency

Our relationship with AWS goes way back to our earliest days when we launched as "Mainframe2" in 2013. We built our platform to "run any software in a browser" on AWS leveraging the power of the industry's first cloud GPUs. Since then we've built a world-wide business supporting an incredibly wide variety of use cases from high-end graphics design to everyday office work to students learning from anywhere. To learn more about our roots with AWS check out this post from 2014 in the AWS Startup Blog:

In 2018, Frame became a part of Nutanix, which has also enjoyed a long history of enabling customers to roll out end user computing solutions. By leveraging AWS cloud infrastructure we have been able to rapidly scale Frame to support remote workers and more with end-to-end Digital Workplace solutions in the cloud.

As an AWS Partner Network (APN) Technology Partner since 2014 we're proud to be one of the first APN Partners to achieve this newly unveiled AWS Competency. Our Desktop as a Service (DaaS) and application management solutions help reduce security risks and meet compliance requirements while allowing customers to effectively support remote workers and implement their business continuity plans. To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify Consulting and Technology APN Partners with deep industry experience and expertise -- we're honored to be a part of the first cohort for this program.

To learn more about how our customers use Nutanix Frame with AWS, see our Frame + AWS microsite. Even better, try Frame on AWS today with our free 2-hour Test Drive.


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As COO of Dizzion, Carsten is focused on Dizzion operations including service deilvery, solution architecture, customer success, cloud operations and technical support. Carsten has spent over 30 years creating new market categories and building the organizations that power them. Virtualization has been a common thread starting in 1995 with National Instruments, the virtual instrumentation company. At NI, he authored the open PXI standard and founded the organization that grew it to a >$1B market. In 2000, he joined ClearCube and helped drive the creation of the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) market. He founded Key Crossing in 2006 to assist other virtualization companies including Teradici (used by VMware and AWS, later acquired by HP), Calista (acquired by Microsoft for RemoteFX) and NComputing, which he joined a year later. At NComputing, he led product to drive over 20 million seats of virtual computing worldwide.

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