GARNER – Triangle startup CloudJumper is on a high.

The tech company, which specializes in Workspace as a Service (WaaS), just napped gold and bronze awards at the annual IT World Company of the Year Awards.

It got top ranking for its Cloud Workspace Management Suite (CWMS) in the category of Cloud/SaaS Information Technology.

The company calls the product a “super-simple Saas solution for interfacing with the technology layers needed to deploy a Cloud Workspace using RDS, VDI or Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop.”

Winners will be honored at an awards dinner in San Francisco on Monday, October 28.

Founded in 2016, CloudJumper started out as a spinoff from nGenx, a cloud computing company based in Overland Park, Kansas.

In 2018, Microsoft introduced Window’s Virtual Desktop and recognized CloudJumper as one of only two “leading platform partners.”

The firm has also announced a number of new partnerships with NVIDIA, IGEL, ThinPrint and CNE Direct.

The firm is led by Albert Cinelli, who is chair of the board and the founder of nGenx; and President John Helms, who was CEO of nGenx before taking over CloudJumper as the spinoff took place.