What Is NX Technology?

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What is NX Technology? What is Signia Nix and on which technology it is based on? How it is different from other hearing aids? What are the features of these hearing aids? Why there demand is increasing day by day?

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What Is NX Technology?

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It is commonly known as NX. It is developed by the Luxembourg-based company No machine for suite of product for application delivery and desktop visualization. It is the world’s most advanced hearing aid platform.

It provides the industry the genuine solution to the voice issues with uncompromised audibility and speech understanding in noise. The voice provided by NX is based on leading Ultra HD e2e binaural link .These hearing aids help you to enjoy the natural sound and superior quality audio from your TV and smart phones.

They have best sound clarity for all the levels of hearing loss. It allows hearing professionals to tune for optimal audibility. It replicates natural hearing experience to deliver good sound quality. It has better hearing performance even in noisy environment.

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What Is NX Technology?

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The NX technology or simply NX is a proprietary suite of products developed by NoMachine, a Luxembourg-based company, for application delivery and desktop virtualization for client and server software. This technology handles remote X Window connections and makes a graphical desktop display usable over the internet. NX can be installed on Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, and Linux ARM servers.

Among its features include sharing network devices, file transfer, multimedia capability, session recording, and browser-based access. NX uses VirtualGL to run high-end OpenGL-based X applications and 3-D CAD programs smoothly at high resolutions. In 2009, Google quietly released an open-source NX server called “Neatx” designed for remote desktop display. Neatx is coded in Python with several wrapper scripts written in Bash and one from C.

Beginning in 2013, with the release of NX 4.0, NX became closed-source.

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