Introducing GPU Support – Delivering Your Most Demanding Apps at a Fraction of the Cost of VDI

Anytime an organization migrates to the cloud, it still needs to provide its people with access to the critical legacy Windows applications that they need to stay productive – even if those apps haven’t been web-enabled. Using expensive and complex Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) or traditional application virtualization products is overkill – not to mention far too costly and complex – when providing virtual access to applications on any device. 

There are other cloud-native approaches to virtual app delivery that are less cumbersome than Citrix/VDI solutions, and thus are slightly less expensive. But those products require a separate virtual machine for each user – regardless of what type (CPU-based or GPU-based) of applications they were using.

Cameyo was the first multi-tenant virtual app delivery platform that enabled dozens of users per instance for CPU-based productivity apps, and it became clear that extending our multi-tenant platform to ALL applications – including GPU-based apps – would provide a significant reduction in cost for organizations trying to deliver virtual apps. 

This is why today we announced that we have extended Cameyo’s patented cost-saving technology to GPU-based applications as well. This dramatically simplifies and reduces the cost of delivering ALL Windows applications – regardless of how graphics-intense those apps might be – to any device, in any customer environment. As a result, organizations can now eliminate a key barrier to cloud migration (application delivery) while reducing the overall cost and complexity of that migration. 

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How Does it Work?

Any organization can get started with Cameyo in minutes by loading the applications they want to publish to their users to the Cameyo platform. IT can then determine who in their organization has access to each app, or publish apps to the entire organization. Once published, the organization’s users can access all of these legacy Windows apps – including GPU-based applications – from the browser, enabling them to utilize the apps on any device. Users can start work on one device and finish on another thanks to Cameyo’s Session Sync technology that provides data resiliency across sessions. 

Who Is This For?

Cameyo is for any organization that needs to ensure its people have access to ALL of their Windows applications on ANY device, from the browser. And for the 58% of organization that have hit a roadblock with their digital transformation (according to IDC), Cameyo can help those organizations eliminate one of the most frequent issues – which is the disruption that their cloud migration causes to people’s productivity when they can no longer access their critical Windows apps.  

How is This Different?

Cameyo is unlike Citrix/VDI and DaaS services which introduce significant cost and complexity and are overkill when organizations are trying to deliver virtual applications. For too long VDI and DaaS vendors have led the industry to believe that you needed a complete virtual desktop solution, when many organizations simply needed a way to deliver virtual apps. Cameyo is the cloud-native, cost-effective, and secure alternative to complicated and expensive VDI/DaaS products.  

As for the other virtual application delivery products (like Nutanix’s Xi Frame) – they all require a dedicated VM for every user, which dramatically increases the cost of virtual app delivery compared to Cameyo. Cameyo can support dozens of users per instance for CPU-based apps and 8-10 users per instance for GPU-based apps, resulting in an average cost reduction of 10X when compared to Citrix and competing products. 

So if your organization is looking to give your people virtual access to applications on any device, get started with your free trial of Cameyo today to see how simple and cost-effective it can be. And if you need support for GPU-based apps, you can take advantage of our special introductory pricing during the month of October by clicking here.