UCAR is a climate change research consortium of 100 leading universities and the NCRC (National Climate Research Center). They purchased a site license of FastX to connect researchers from all around the United States to the supercomputer cluster at UCAR/NCRC.
Medtronic, a medical device manufacturer, replaced VNC with FastX to achieve better performance and take advantage of cluster jobs scheduling support built into the Fastx API.
Adaptive Computing added remote visualization to its industry leading MOAB application by integrating the FastX API.
Silicon Cloud International is developing a cloud-based IC design infrastructure using FastX to integrate its cloud-based chip design lab.
Many universities have purchased unlimited site-wide or departmental licenses of FastX. Here are just a few: