VMware continues to see India as a strategic market: VMWare COO
Cloud computing and virtualization software company, VMWare had made a $2 billion investment in its Indian arm in 2018, which employs close to 6000 people. On the recent consultation paper on cloud services introduced by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, it was proposed that cloud-focussed companies would become members of a cloud industry body.
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The Palo Alto, California-headquartered company last year announced $2 billion investment in India over the next five years towards expanding its facilities, increase headcount and ramp up research and development activities.
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The Trai recommendation came following a reference from the government under the National Digital Communications Policy 2018 which envisages the country becoming a global hub for cloud computing service.
India should build more global products: Bask Iyer, VMware
India is home to a quarter of VMware’s global workforce of 20,000 and an important development centre for the $9-billion company, which is part of Dell Technologies.
VMware spots $1 billion in cloud network
The company aims to bridge the private and public cloud worlds by providing a single software suite.
Dell Technologies subsidiary VMware will invest $2 billion in India
Patrick Gelsinger, CEO of VMware, said the funds will primarily be used for building talent to grow the company’s R&D centre and sales teams in Bengaluru, Pune and Chennai.
VMware plans $2 billion direct investment in India over next 5 years
VMware deals in virtualisation technology which reduced need of building or deploying physical infrastructure required for businesses.
Dell Technologies to buy out VMWare tracking stock
Dell said it will propose to exchange each share of VMware tracking stock for 1.3665 shares of Dell Technologies Class C common stock.
Uber picks VMware's Zane Rowe as CFO: Report
The Silicon Valley startup is in advanced talks with Rowe, who is currently CFO at VMware, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Governments are the rainmaker for VMware
VMware is banking on Indian government projects to push growth in India, one of its fastest-growing markets.
Cloud and mobile are the drivers of the future: Sanjay Poonen, VMware
The virtualisation company is a subsidiary of Dell technologies that provides cloud computing and platform virtualisation services.
Dell, VMware decide to explore options including merger: Sources
Dell plans to announce as early as Friday that it will review a possible reverse merger with VMware, as well as other alternatives, including an initial public offering or asset divestitures, the three sources said.
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