Enhance real-time collaboration
HDX RealTime is supported by bidirectional audio capabilities. This enables users to connect audio peripherals such as microphones and dictation hardware at the endpoint device that interact with virtual desktops (VDI) and virtual applications hosted in the data center.
On the server side, the real-time media stream is highly compressed and optimized to enable performance and clarity over the network.
XenDesktop 4 introduces webcam support for LAN-connected users, enabling them to fully participate in video conferences from their virtual desktop.
HDX RealTime enables the delivery of your favorite collaboration tools
With XenDesktop 3 Feature Pack 1 and XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2008, LAN-connected users can collaborate using the voice chat feature of Microsoft Office Communicator, in addition to using Instant Messaging and presence information. And XenDesktop 4 adds webcam support via isochronous USB remoting.
Corporate VoIP with HDX RealTime
Deliver softphones from vendors such as Cisco and Avaya
With XenDesktop 3 Feature Pack 1 and XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2008, Citrix introduced new audio subsystem technology for delivering softphones to users on a low latency, low packet loss network connection without the need for a telephone or voice line. Popular corporate softphones such as Cisco IP Communicator and Avaya IP Softphone have been tested with XenDesktop, and additional testing with XenApp is in progress.
This demo showcases the new HDX audio codecs in XenDesktop 4.
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