Citrix releases HDX technology for HD virtual desktops

Citrix Systems, Inc. announced an addition to its HDX technology, ensuring a high-definition virtual desktop experience for most graphics environments.

The new HDX 3D technology, available as a feature of Citrix XenDesktop, delivers a rich, high-definition desktop experience applications to users in any location, over any network, the company claims.

XenDesktop with HDX 3D capability allows organizations to leverage talent globally, while still housing data centrally, assisting in real-time collaboration among disperse design teams while still ensuring the security of critical intellectual property. HDX 3D is part of a range of HDX technologies from Citrix that try to address potential problems in all parts of the IT infrastructure, from the data centre, to the network, to the device. Combined with the company’s HDX Adaptive Orchestration technology, XenDesktop can also adapt to changes in the environment by applying the best technologies for each unique user scenario.

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