Mirage Tries to Ease Virtual Desktop Transition


Mirage takes an unusual approach todesktop virtualization that is likely more suited to organizations that are wedded to their current desktop fleet and yet want to have a centrally managed virtual desktop environment. Wanova Mirage 3.0, released Nov. 8, attempts to ease the process by centralizing desktop workloads in the data center while offloading processing to a user’s device. The Mirage components create the illusion that the desktop is running as an independent system by transferring data back and forth.