Citrix virtual desktops

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  • Citrix VDI-in-a-Box

    Citrix VDI-in-a-Box is all-in-one desktop virtualization software built for small and medium-sized businesses. 

  • HDX

    Citrix HDX technology is a set of capabilities that work together to deliver a high-definition user experience of virtual desktops and applications to any device over any network from the data center. The goal of Citrix HDX technology is to ensure th... 

  • remote desktop connection broker

    A remote desktop connection broker allows clients to access various types of server-hosted desktops and applications. 

  • Citrix XenApp

    Citrix XenApp is a product that extends Microsoft Remote Desktop Session Host desktop sessions and applications to users via the Citrix HDX protocol. 

  • Citrix XenClient

    Citrix XenClient is a Type 1 (or bare metal) client hypervisor from software provider Citrix Systems. 

  • Citrix XenDesktop

    Citrix XenDesktop is a suite of desktop virtualization products from software provider Citrix Systems. 

  • Citrix Receiver

    Citrix Receiver is a suite of products that allow client devices to connect to various desktop virtualization services offered by Citrix. 

About Citrix virtual desktops

Find out more about Citrix Systems software suite including the Citrix virtual desktop, tools for remote desktop and virtual machine management. This section includes tips on XenApp and application virtualization, the XenClient hypervisor, and XenDesktop for desktop virtualization. Learn about server-based computing, virtual desktop infrastructure or VDI, and offline computing or local mode. This section also includes tips about Remote Desktop Protocol and so-called zero clients, and relates these technologies to Windows environments.