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The VirtualGL Project relies on donations and funded development opportunities in order to supply our enterprise-quality remote display software for free. If your organization has benefited from using TurboVNC, then please consider sponsoring our project so that we can continue to provide this valuable service to your organization and others.

Sponsorship can take two forms. Project sponsors fund the development of specific features/fixes that they need. General sponsors donate money toward the TurboVNC General Fund, which is used to pay for continued maintenance, integration of features/fixes submitted by the community, and hot projects that are not funded by project sponsors.

Organizations who donate to The TurboVNC General Fund, purchase support, donate equipment, or otherwise sponsor the project at a level of US$1000 or greater can opt to have their logo displayed on this page. If you are interested in becoming a general sponsor, purchasing support, or in funding a specific feature/fix, then e-mail the project admin .

We also accept smaller donations to the TurboVNC General Fund through PayPal. Every dollar received goes toward developing TurboVNC.

Sponsors List

CompanyLevel of SponsorshipTime PeriodTechnologies Sponsored
Santos LtdGeneral, ProjectMay, 2010 -Various TurboVNC (1.0+) and libjpeg-turbo features and fixes; X server overhaul ( 7.7) in TurboVNC 2.0, Next-generation Java TurboVNC Viewer (introduced in 1.2); Full-screen enhancements; IPv6 support; X RENDER support; Rich cursor support; Desktop resize support; Interframe comparison; Performance optimizations in TurboVNC 1.2.3 and 2.0; Clipboard transfer overhaul
Altair Engineering, Inc.ProjectMay, 2010 -RFB flow control extensions (to improve performance on high-latency networks); Screen scaling enhancements in Java TurboVNC Viewer v1.1; Various key mapping fixes in Java TurboVNC Viewer; SSH enhancements in Java TurboVNC Viewer v1.2; Profiling and embedded applet features in Java TurboVNC Viewer v2.0; Various fixes in TurboVNC 2.0; VeNCrypt support in TurboVNC 2.1; Improved X.509 support in the Java TurboVNC Viewer; Various improvements to noVNC; Wayland research; Fixing and documenting various issues with running GNOME 3 in TurboVNC; Incorporating the Intel zlib library (significantly improves encoding performance for non-JPEG subrectangles); Porting the Tight decoding optimizations from the TurboVNC Viewer to LibVNCClient
GomputeSupportOctober, 2012 -Various features and fixes, including MIT-SCREEN-SAVER support in TurboVNC 1.2.1, international keyboard fixes, automatic display resize in the Windows native viewer, adding the TurboVNC encoder to the UltraVNC Server, clipboard-related fixes, window manager compatibility fixes, etc.; H.264 research
The FoundryProjectMay, 2015 - August, 2017NV-CONTROL extension support and Wacom tablet/extended input device support in TurboVNC 2.1; Partial sponsorship of Xinerama/virtual screen feature in TurboVNC 2.2
Leibniz Supercomputing CentreGeneral, SupportDecember, 2013 - March, 2015TurboVNC 2.0 features and fixes
Microsoft CorporationGeneralMay, 2011Support for TurboVNC on the latest Windows platforms; MSDN subscription; New development hardware
Radiant Sage Ventures, LLCProjectJanuary, 2010 - May, 2010Automatic Lossless Refresh and server-side multithreading in TurboVNC 1.0 (see docs)
Sun Microsystems, Inc.FullDecember, 2004 - January, 2009All features in TurboVNC 0.2 through 0.5.1
Landmark Graphics CorporationFull2000 - November, 2004All features in TurboVNC 0.1.x

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