Wanova adds advanced WAN-based VDI capabilities while enabling users to maintain the native performance of a PC.
Virtualization kingpin VMware made a move to the cutting-edge section of thevirtual desktop market May 22 by announcing the acquisition of Campbell, Calif.-based Wanova. Details of the transaction were not released by VMware.
Privately held Wanova provides a turnkey desktop cloud package called Mirage that is akin to a virtual desktop implementation on steroids. Mirage features an intelligently designed, wide-area-network (WAN)-based architecture, simplification of management of desktop images across different PCs, and desktop continuity for distributed and mobile devices.
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