Open Source Virtualization

Open Presentation Protocol

Forget about proprietary protocols. We work on integrating and improving SPICE, a fully open protocol.

VDI Optimized KVM

We've done some strategic modifications to QEMU/KVM to improve its performance with VDI workloads.

We're Open

Check out our public repositories at GitHub. Contributions are always welcome!

Safe and Flexible Mobility

We have a native client for every major platform, and an amazingly fast HTML5 client

flexVDI for MacOS flexVDI for Windows flexVDI for Linux flexVDI for HTML5 flexVDI for Android flexVDI for IOS
IGEL Software

Ready to use with IGEL Thin Clients

In the 3.0 version, flexVDI clients are fully compatible with IGEL thin clients.

You can instantly enroll, index and manage all endpoints from the IGEL intuitive backend system and manage the virtual desktops with flexVDI. Get a powerfull and flexible platform with the two systems combined.

Security and Isolation


You keep full control of your documents, including printing and copying rights. Instead of the full document, a remote user only gets a visual representation of the fragment she/he is working on.

Your users will keep working with the same applications they are used to. No need to retrain your workforce.

VDI Secure Desktop


Protection against malware

Thanks to the flexVDI's template-based desktop technology, you will be able to provide your users with fresh desktops periodically. Say good bye to virus!

Simple backup strategies

Besides, flexVDI encourages the centralization of users' data, which results in trivial backup strategies.

Deployment on industry-leading platforms

Enjoy the benefits of a standard, compliant and proven operating system.

RedHat 7
RHEL 7 + flexVDI 3.0

flexVDI working over RedHat is a guarantee of stability. Red Hat® products and services are secure, open, and trusted by more than 90% of the Fortune Global 500.

centos 7
CentOS 7 + flexVDI 3.0

flexVDI and Centos together form a consistent, manageable platform that suits a wide variety of deployments.

We (obviously) use cookies, you can read our cookies policy here. Continued use of our website confirms your acceptance of these cookies.