The Singapore Israel Industrial R&D Foundation

Miniframe Ltd

Miniframe Ltd

Company: Miniframe Ltd
Name: Arik Bovshover
Designation: CTO
Country: Israel
Address: -
Tel: +972 9 8355200
Mobile: -
Fax: +972 9 8355233
Technology Classification: Virtualization, Multi-user Systems on Single PC
Main Business Activity: Miniframe software licenses selling by dealers

Company Profile, Products & Technologies, Target Market:

MiniFrame has developed a software suite that delivers software and hardware savings, and improves work efficiency. With its flag-ship product, SoftXpand, MiniFrame offers a unique "Multi-User" technology that transforms the world of desktop computing, by turning 1 Windows-based PC into up to 8 independent workstations.

MiniFrame offers powerful solutions based on its proprietary technology for multiple vertical markets, including SMEs, Call-Centers, Education, Graphic and CAD/CAM Design, Libraries, Internet cafes, etc.

MiniFrame also targets consumer markets, delivering unique solutions to turn one PC into several, multimedia, virtual PCs and to offer new entertainment experiences.

Founded in 2003 and selected by Israel's chief scientist to develop its revolutionary technology, MiniFrame is now distributed in international markets through a network of international partners and through web marketing & sales. MiniFrame is owned by public and private investors.

Brief description of proposed R&D project:

Miniframe Power PC and Grid Computing.

MF Balancing system:

  1. Process balancing systems (priority balancing) allowing to run any applications in each virtual machine with priority which MF defines (not application)
  2. Service balancing system, allowing to correct and prevent (if MF needs) to increase priorities of any services running in console (null) session.
  3. Graphic balancing system. It enables the change "speed" of any 3D graphic application or full screen animation process. For example, let's imagine: first user runs office application on first terminal and second user launches 3D heavy computer game on second one. In this case game program tries to get as maximum resources as it possible to occupy (RAM, Video RAM, CPU and GPU).

Miniframe Super Computer for single user.
Miniframe provides the important functionality and capabilities even if user works on single terminal.

Desired Profile of R&D Partner and its role in the proposed project:

Company develop software products and applications which require "power computer" capability, GRID computing new technologies and and Power PC for single user. We are seeking partners who could be interested to use new Power Computer technology developed by Miniframe Ltd. based on our software patents, technologies and solutions.

R&D Partner Search

SIIRD promotes, facilitates and funds joint industrial R&D collaboration between Singapore-based companies and Israel-based companies.

R&D Partner Search Request Form

Please complete the 'R&D Partner Search Request Form' if your company is interested to search for technology partner in Singapore or Israel for joint R&D collaboration.

Our offices in Singapore and Israel will attempt to do a matching and make initial contact with any company which might be of interest to you.

The form will only be used for the purpose of matching potential R&D collaboration partners in Singapore and Israel under the SIIRD programme.

Companies who have been matched and who would like to jointly apply for funding for research and development  activities can do so by following the instructions in the  Proposal Submission page.

Alternatively, companies can refer to the lists of companies from Singapore and Israel who have indicated interest to look for R&D partners. Please contact the SIIRD Management if you have identified suitable partners from the lists and we will link you up with the relevant parties. Please refer to the hyperlinks above for access to the lists.

"We have been developing educational products for children with special needs in Israel and with the assistance of the SIIRD programme, we have found an established Singapore partner and are currently collaborating with them to develop educational products that will help more children with special needs in the English speaking countries."
- Gila Ben-Har, CEO
Center for Educational Technology, Israel