In January 2008 the hardware vendor ClearCube decided to spin off its software division and started offering a VDI solution that could work with 3rd party hypervisors and physical servers.
Called VDIworks, the startup largely remained under the radar, while trying to differentiate itself with a proprietary remote desktop protocol called VideoOverIP (VOIP) that launched in June 2009.
It’s unclear how much VDI market share the company gained in a world ruled by Citrix, Microsoft, VMware and Quest, but at least VDIworks is trying to win some niches.
It just released in fact a VDI client for the Apple iPad that supports its VOIP protocol: Fast Remote Desktop.
VDIworks released a video of the app: