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VMware has announced it has bought software companies Pivotal and Carbon Black in two deals valued at $4.8 billion as it seeks to broaden its enterprise services portfolio.
After the announcement, Pivotal shares rose 9 percent in extended trading, while those of Carbon Black were up nearly 6 percent. VMware shares fell 7 percent and Dell shares shed 3 percent.
While Pivotal has previously boasted that the majority of Fortune 500 companies use its services, including American and Southwest and Boeing, the company has laboured since its IPO in April 2018 and reported $31.7 million losses in its last financial quarter.
NTT Group has created the first smart city proof of concept for Las Vegas, as part of the Las Vegas Digital Transformation initiative. Created in conjunction with Dell Technologies, the NTT Group smart city solution is a secure, distributed platform that incorporates sensors throughout the city providing real-time data to localized micro data centers. The… Read More
Dell Technologies, at the Dell Technologies World Conference in Las Vegas, rolled out a new line of modular data center products, focused on workloads involving AI, machine learning, and big data. The company unveiled Dell EMC PowerMax storage systems, engineered with end-to-end NVMe all-flash arrays and a built-in machine learning engine. The PowerMax has a capacity… Read More
Market research firm IDC has completed analysis of the converged systems market for Q1 2017. Year-over-year, the total revenue for converged systems is on the rise, but negative results in integrated platform and integrated infrastructure systems were bolstered by enormous growth in the hyperconverged systems market. Hyperconverged systems sales grew by an astonishing 64.7% compared… Read More