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Solution Guide for Sennheiser Headsets, IGEL Endpoints and Skype for Business on Citrix VDI
Topics: IGEL, Citrix, skype, VDI
Enabling voice and video with a bundled solution in an existing Citrix environment delivers clearer and crisper voice and video than legacy phone systems. This solution guide describes how Sennheiser headsets combine with Citrix infrastructure and IGEL endpoints to provide a better, more secure user experience. It also describes how to deploy the bundled Citrix-Sennheiser-IGEL solution.

Virtualizing Windows applications and desktops in the data center or cloud has compelling security, mobility and management benefits, but delivering real-time voice and video in a virtual environment is a challenge. A poorly optimized implementation can increase costs and compromise user experience. Server scalability and bandwidth efficiency may be less than optimal, and audio-video quality may be degraded.

Enabling voice and video with a bundled solution in an existing Citrix environment delivers clearer and crisper voice and video than legacy phone systems. This solution guide describes how Sennheiser headsets combine with Citrix infrastructure and IGEL endpoints to provide a better, more secure user experience. It also describes how to deploy the bundled Citrix-Sennheiser-IGEL solution.

Powering Remote Game Development
The unprecedented growth in consumer demand exacerbated some challenges the gaming industry faced pre-pandemic—challenges largely created by the need to support an increasingly remote workforce. This guide examines some of those challenges and explores how gaming studios are optimizing processes and technologies to address them while enhancing the collaboration, productivity, and security of remote workers.

People around the world turned to the video gaming industry for entertainment, escapism, and social connection during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The unprecedented growth in consumer demand exacerbated some challenges the gaming industry faced pre-pandemic—challenges largely created by the need to support an increasingly remote workforce.

This guide examines some of those challenges and explores how gaming studios are optimizing processes and technologies to address them while enhancing the collaboration, productivity, and security of remote workers.

What you'll learn:

  • Challenges facing development studios today
  • Four ways to enable remote game developers
  • Key considerations for configuring virtual desktops
Cyber Attack Survival Guide
Experiencing a cyberattack is no longer a matter of if—it’s a matter of when. Developing a clear ransomware recovery strategy is your best defense.
Our free Cyber Attack Survival Kit lays out the plan of attack needed to have a fighting chance against ransomware. This survival guide features essential information, including:
  • The risks of a cyberattack
  • How customers use Zerto to recover in seconds
  • The key to rapid ransomware recovery and effective data backup
The survival kit also includes a datasheet, a ransomware recovery demo video, a recorded webinar, and a ransomware use case. Without a ransomware response plan, your organization remains vulnerable. Download your Cyber Attack Survival Kit now—it’s free!
Digital Employee Experience Management: Delivering a friction-free experience
Managing a distributed workforce presents challenges for IT. Apps break, endpoint devices freeze, video calls lag, Wi-Fi quits, people get frustrated. IT teams are struggling to keep up with remote-work demands and are held back by outdated, technology-centric tools designed for a time when everyone worked in one place. DEX management tools ensure a digital employee experience with fewer headaches, lower costs, and higher productivity.
Employers have long dictated where and how people get their jobs done. But today, millions of people demand remote work options because they know they are more productive when they can work where, when, and how they want. For businesses, flexible workstyles lead to more opportunities to attract and keep the best talent from around the world. It is for these reasons that the digital employee experience matters.

Managing a distributed workforce presents challenges for IT. Apps break, endpoint devices freeze, video calls lag, Wi-Fi quits, people get frustrated. IT teams are struggling to keep up with demands and are held back by outdated, technology-centric tools designed for a time when everyone worked in the same place. The work-from-anywhere world requires employee-centric tools that are designed to deliver a friction-free remote work experience.

DEX management tools ensure a digital employee experience with fewer headaches, lower costs, higher productivity, and happier people who have the freedom and ability to be their best at work and in life. DEX is now a business imperative that is purpose-driven to fulfill the needs of employees, while also giving the business the tools they need to attract and retain top talent.
Network Element Virtualization (NEV)
The Network Element Virtualization (NEV) technology from Algoblu enables carriers to virtualize and fine-grain management of their underlying network resources, providing products and services with end-to-end service quality assurance for the individual needs of users. Carriers can provide multi-tiered application-oriented networking services and create new revenue streams over existing network infrastructures.
The Network Element Virtualization (NEV) technology from Algoblu enables carriers to virtualize and fine-grain management of their underlying network resources, providing products and services with end-to-end service quality assurance for the individual needs of users. Carriers can provide multi-tiered application-oriented networking services and create new revenue streams over existing network infrastructures.

Within this document, we describe NEV, explaining how NEV fits within the OSI network layer and how NEV’s current implementation as a programmable Multi-Processor System-on-Chip (MPSoC) further increases performance and reduces costs over classical software-only SD-WAN white-box systems.

NEV is ideal for IoT, cloud games, VR/AR broadcasting, and metaverse applications, which have higher requirements for low-latency technology. It is a shortcut to enable carriers to provide multi-tier services to meet users’ personalized requirements with guaranteed SLA and without changing the existing network infrastructure.