'I have a number of very concerned customers': What do UK partners really think of VMware's takeover?

VMware and Broadcom's CEOs are eager to calm partner and customer concerns over the $61bn marriage, but are UK partners convinced by the rhetoric?

Doug Woodburn
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'I have a number of very concerned customers': What do UK partners really think of VMware's takeover?

VMware's shareholders have just green-lighted its $61bn takeover by Broadcom, bringing the mega-deal one step closer to fruition. Since the takeover was announced in May, VMware and Broadcom's r...

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