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Nutanix Frame and 10ZiG Partner to Streamline and Secure the End-to-End Delivery of Windows Apps and Desktops

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Yangzhi Zhao
Jason Hudson

We are excited to announce the joint solution validation and partnership between Nutanix Frame and 10ZiG! With this announcement, 10ZiG's PeakOS™ is now validated as a Frame Ready solution and Frame is also now a fully supported DaaS solution for customers running on both 10ZiG PeakOS and Windows 10 IoT thin clients! Customers can simply leverage Frame App for Linux (PeakOS™) or Frame App for Windows (Windows 10 IoT) on their 10ZiG thin clients to provide users with seamless access to Frame-delivered Windows apps and desktops!

With Frame securely delivering virtual apps and desktops to users over the cloud and 10ZiG providing a secure endpoint for accessing Frame, the joint solution offers a comprehensive solution for delivering secure, scalable, and flexible digital workspaces to users, ensuring they have access to the resources they need to be productive, no matter where they are located.

10ZiG + Frame

Optimized Integration & User Experience

Powerful, yet energy-efficient, 10ZiG thin clients provide an optimal user experience when accessing Frame-powered apps and desktops, either through a browser or via the Frame App. When accessing sessions via Frame App, users can also take advantage of Frame Generic USB feature, which greatly expands USB peripheral support capabilities within Frame sessions; beyond human input devices (HID) such as keyboard, mice, headsets, controllers, etc.

Users can also use up to four 4K displays running 60 fps with display auto-detection and layout support.

Manage your Displays

Frame Session with four Frame displays running on 10ZiG PeakOS™

For Nutanix Frame Ready 10ZiG Endpoint options, click HERE.

About 10ZiG Technology

10ZiG Technology is an industry-leading Thin and Zero Client endpoint provider. 10ZiG differs from others in that they are solely focused on Thin and Zero Client endpoints, which makes them specialists. Their x86 hardware covers task-user to power-user, dual to quad screen, is TAA compliant, and comes equipped with quality-performing Intel and AMD processors. DisplayPorts, HDMI, Gigabit ethernet, Fiber (SFP ready), and Dual Band Wireless are just a few of the options that come with readily available, U.S.-based, guaranteed devices. 10ZiG performance hardware is designed to optimize from the ground up for the ever-changing Nutanix Frame user experience.

For more information about 10ZiG Technology, click HERE

About Nutanix Frame

Nutanix Frame is a hybrid and multi-cloud Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solution that enables enterprises to deliver virtual apps and desktops from their public cloud of choice including AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure, or on-premises on Nutanix Enterprise Cloud infrastructure (AOS/AHV). It provides a true multi-tenant hybrid experience by enabling organizations to deliver apps and desktops from multiple clouds, but with a single console for seamless control and administration.

About the Authors

Yangzhi Zhao

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Yangzhi Zhao
Yangzhi 'Z' Zhao is the VP of Product at Dizzion responsible for product management, product marketing, product enablement, and GTM strategy. With over 15 years in the end-user computing (EUC) industry, Z started his career at Citrix. There, within the consulting service organization, he supported hundreds of clients with their Citrix deployments as a Field Architect. After leaving Citrix, Z served as SVP of Business Development at Cloud Nine, a NYC-based consulting firm specializing in EUC. Prior to joining Dizzion in June 2023 (as part of the acquisition and merger with Frame), he was the Director of Product for Frame at Nutanix. An alumnus of the University of Michigan, Z currently lives in the Metro Detroit area with his wife and son.
Jason Hudson

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Jason Hudson
Jason Hudson is a Technical Solutions Architect at 10ZiG Technology focused on the creation and improvement of 10ZiG technical content such as videos, blogs, webcasts, and tech-support guides.

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