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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