Taisha, tenuki variations
When Black plays the taisha joseki, it is generally considered a poor idea to ignore . Although White shouldn't die after another play by Black, Black can create thick walls here.
Next is almost universal (Black at a is known). White at a now to live is normal; in some recent games White at b for some kind of sabaki has been tried.
After and White expects to live here with the exchanges White p - Black q and White r - Black s. The hane-connect exchange p/q will normally allow White t - Black u in sente, so that White has ample eye space. That might assume that Black isn't strong locally on the upper side.
From a broader perspective White is giving away influence on both sides, though.