(this was originally posted in August, 2011)
Presented by: Rick Dehlinger
The display protocol we have known and loved under the name of 'ICA' has evolved dramatically in the last few years. What once was a fast, WAN-friendly way to remote applications has evolved into 'HDX', and now provides a rich, high-definition user experience for applications and desktops. Along with increased sophistication comes increased complexity: Speedscreen? Flash acceleration? Server-side/client-side rendering? Queuing and tossing? Compression levels? Audio quality levels? Bufferation? There are lots of considerations and customizations, and if you're not careful, you can do more harm than good along the way to getting it right. This deep-dive session into HDX Multimedia will tear apart the different components which make up the high-definition user experience that Citrix promises to deliver, leaving you with the knowledge and skills to get it right the first time.
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