RealVNC was founded in 2002 by the original developers of VNC to promote, enhance and commercialize VNC.

Address: Betjeman House, 104 Hills Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1LQ
Country: United Kingdom
Membership type:Founder Member

RealVNC’s software solutions are used by hundreds of millions of people in both desktop and mobile platforms for remote access and control. VNC is used widely in hundreds of different applications, from helpdesks to virtualization. RealVNC’s commercial products have been shipped to customers in all sectors throughout the world.

RealVNC also works with many OEM partners to license VNC technology for inclusion in their product or service and is the only organization able to offer a commercial license to embed VNC in third-party products and offerings.

For more information about RealVNC, including our products and career opportunities please visit our website: alternatively you can follow us on Twitter:  or Facebook:

RealVNC puts smartphones at the centre of in-vehicle infotainment at Telematics Detroit

RealVNC will be featuring its latest smartphone-centric, in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) connectivity solution at Telematics Detroit from June 6th-7th. VNC® Automotive can automatically detect, access and control virtually any mobile device or desktop computer from a vehicle’s touch-screen or fixed input devices such as steering wheel switches and head unit buttons and menus.

24 May 2012Read in full

RealVNC makes virtual appearance at first HDI digital event

RealVNC, the original inventor and global provider of VNC®, will be presenting its latest remote access solutions to a virtual audience of thousands at the first digital event organised by HDI - the leading professional body for the IT service and technical support community.

15 May 2012Read in full

Developments enable smartphone-centric in-vehicle infotainment

STMicroelectronics and RealVNC advance complete and safe use of phone apps at the wheel

Automotive application processor from ST integrates RealVNC’s remote control technology to enable smartphone-centric in-vehicle infotainment

4 May 2012Read in full

RealVNC speeds up support with VNC® Enterprise Edition at Service Desk & IT Support Show

RealVNC, the original inventor and global provider of VNC®, will be showcasing its flagship remote access solution, VNC Enterprise Edition, at the Service Desk & IT Support Show next week.

19 April 2012Read in full

The Jalousie Plantation

RealVNC helps provide smooth running for luxury Caribbean resort

The Jalousie Plantation, Sugar Beach, a popular luxury resort in St Lucia, is using RealVNC’s VNC® Enterprise Edition to make sure IT problems do not get in the way of giving their guests a holiday of a lifetime.

4 April 2012Read in full

RealVNC teams up with Sony Mobile Communications to bring remote access to Android smartph...

Xperia™ smartphones feature RealVNC’s remote access technology to integrate mobile phone applications into car dashboard displays.

27 February 2012Read in full

CSR showcases VNC® Automotive technology at 2012 CES

CSR demos the first wireless implementation of RealVNC's technology on the new SiRFprimaII™ its latest location aware multimedia platform.

12 January 2012Read in full

Silver Falcon Mining reaps benefits of VNC remote access and control

Silver Falcon Mining, a developer and explorer of mineral resources specializing in gold and silver, is saving time and money with RealVNC’s cross-platform VNC® solution for remote desktop access and control.

15 December 2011Read in full

RealVNC helps Molton Brown smooth out sales tracking

RealVNC helps Molton Brown smooth out sales tracking

Luxury beauty brand Molton Brown - a favourite with many of the world’s most prestigious hotels and airlines - has deployed VNC® Enterprise Edition throughout its global retail network.

30 November 2011Read in full

RealVNC helps take the heat off IT support at Clackamas Fire District #1

RealVNC’s remote access software VNC® Enterprise Edition provides remote support and maintenance for navigation systems on fire trucks.

22 September 2011Read in full

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