Frame is a service that lets you move any Windows application to the cloud and access it from any device, at any time. All you need is a browser ­– no plugins or additional hardware are required. Want to access Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, or Microsoft Office from your Mac, Chromebook, or iPad? No problem. We designed Frame with a view of tackling even the most demanding needs of designers, engineers, and content creation professionals. We wanted a public cloud service that was affordable and scalable. Frame’s flexibility is so nuanced, it allows you to change performance based on the apps you’re using or the number of users. Frame also connects to your cloud storage in mere seconds, so you’ll have all of your applications and files available through your browser even if they haven’t been pre-loaded onto your given device. Start your design work, leave it off, and pick it up again later -- Frame lets you do that, wherever you are. Frame also offers software companies looking to move their applications to the public cloud a simple platform for publishing applications.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Mateo, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
80 (est)+4%
Website
fra.me
FRAME was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Mateo, US

Key People at FRAME

Carsten Puls

Carsten Puls

Chief Product Officer
Justin Boitano

Justin Boitano

VP of Marketing

FRAME Office Locations

FRAME has an office in San Mateo
San Mateo, US (HQ)
6 318 S B St

FRAME Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2012

Total Funding

$28.5 m

Latest funding size

$16 m

Time since last funding

3 months

Investors

FRAME's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $16 m. In total, FRAME has raised $28.5 m

Traffic Overview of FRAME

FRAME Online and Social Media Presence

FRAME News and Updates

HTC U11 frame responds to pressure, but not touch

EXCLUSIVE: While initial reports — including one from VentureBeat — had suggested that the HTC U11 (debuting tomorrow, May 16) would feature a touch-sensitive frame thanks to the widely seen concept video shown below, that functionality is absent from the final product. Instead, the company’s 2017 f…

Microsoft Bot Framework is now used by over 130,000 developers

A year after the launch of the Microsoft Bot Framework, today Microsoft announced that its toolkit for creating bots is now used by over 130,000 developers. The developer number was announced together with a series of new features for the framework, including a way to make payments inside bots and t…

Stack Overflow charted the woefully short lifespan of your favorite frameworks

Hacker News users are a fickle bunch, with a tendency to hype up obscure programing languages and frameworks, only to discard them once they’ve lost their novelty. I’m sorry, but it’s absolutely true, and why I’ve long ceased to visit it. Charting the stratospheric rise and meteoric fall of these la…

The world's fastest camera can capture 5 trillion frames per second

A new camera developed in Sweden is faster than any photography gear on the planet. Researchers at Sweden's Lund University built a crazy-fast camera that can capture a staggering five trillion frames per second, or events as short as 0.2 trillionths of one second. Conventional cameras, by contr…

YouTube revamps its desktop site with an updated design, optional dark theme, and faster framework

 YouTube turned 12 on Monday. To celebrate the milestone, the company is today launching a redesign of its desktop site, which now takes advantage of Google’s design language, Material Design, to make the site cleaner, simpler and more consistent with the YouTube app across devices. The site will al…

AI Weekly: Facebook launches Messenger Platform 2.0 and open-sources Caffe2 deep learning framework

Here’s this week’s newsletter: Discovery is the number one issue bot makers told Facebook Messenger they wanted addressed, said Messenger engineering manager Mikhail Larionov. That’s certainly what VentureBeat has heard from bot developers, and now — a year after the launch of the Messenger Platform…
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