IGEL ensures that all major Unified Communications applications are easily deployed and configured to work seamlessly with their Linux and Windows-based thin and zero clients. To achieve this, they integrate the local drivers of the Unified Communications platform into the IGEL device firmware. This ensures that the Unified Communications application can be deployed quickly and efficiently using the IGEL UMS (Universal Management Suite) software. Alongside they fine-tune the Citrix, VMware or Microsoft client to ensure that the Unified Communications application delivers the best end-user experience.
Cisco Virtualization Experience Infrastructure (VXI), Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business have been supported on IGEL devices for more than three years. Any updates are automatically installed by the company, in their solutions to benefit their users.
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IGEL strongly focuses on customers thereby delivering exceptional, affordable thin and zero client solutions. In an instance, Halton Housing, a housing association, deployed Sun Ray zero clients on their desktops, but with Oracle acquiring Sun, the development of devices fell behind the times. They were in need of a solution that could handle the multimedia functionality seamlessly. With the deployment of IGEL devices their systems became more centralized and flexible.
IGEL meets its customer requirements by delivering devices that are secure, reliable, future proof, and easily managed, using open systems, across any operating environment. “Our future, and our commitment to our customers, is to continue to develop our Managed Workspace solutions as well as our thin and zero client devices to enable businesses to deploy new applications, quickly and efficiently across their organization,” adds Gloge.