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In this episode of The Click-Down, we invite Rody Kossen, Senior Principal Quality Engineer, to discuss Citrix HDX. We discuss why HDX is so important and the different technologies that make up HDX. Rody talks about how HDX improves the user experience for all virtual apps and desktop customers and not just those using 3D graphics. We also talk about the new enhancements made with the last Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop release of 2021. This is our last episode of the year so make sure to join us.
PODCAST | 22m
December 15, 2021
Senior Principal Quality Engineer, Citrix
Rody Kossen is a Senior Principal Quality Engineer for HDX at Citrix.
Previously he was an IT Consultant. With a primary focus around Workspace and delivered by technologies from Citrix, NVIDIA and Ivanti ( formally RES Software ). Rody was one of the first picking up the technology from NVIDIA to virtualize the 3D Graphics with GRID.
With his previous jobs he gained knowledge about optimizing the User Experience over long-haul WAN connections. Rody is part of a community Team RGE (Remote Graphics Experts) and speaks on events like NVIDIA GTC or various Citrix events.
He was also a Co-Developer of RDAnalyzer. Rody has been awarded as a NVIDIA NGCA, and was a Citrix CTP and Nutanix NTC in the past before he joined Citrix.
Technical Marketing Architect, Citrix
Ana loves creating content that enables customers to understand the best practices and functionalities of Citrix solutions. Ana started at Citrix more than 7 years ago as a college graduate in the leadership development program. She has held various roles prior to joining the technical marketing team during her career at Citrix including, inside sales engineer, mobility sales engineer, and virtualization senior sales engineer for enterprise accounts.
Lead Architect, Citrix
With more than 15 years of experience designing and securing virtual workspaces, Daniel continues to deliver solutions and best practices for all types of organizations. Like many in the tech field, Daniel’s background originated with an on-premises, Windows-based environment, and grew to encompass cloud, mobility and digital workspaces.