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Intel (Nasdaq: INTC) CEO Pat Gelsinger has announced key appointments as the technology company moves to establish two business units and restructure its data platform group into two groups – datacenter and artificial intelligence and network and edge. Greg Lavender, formerly senior vice president and chief technology officer at VMware (NYSE: VMW)...

Dan Smoot, formerly chief operating officer at Riverbed, has been promoted to serve as the San Francisco-based networks and applications company’s president and CEO, responsible for driving its delivery of offerings to customers looking to transition to a hybrid work setup. Smoot, who brings over three decades of industry experience to his new...

Keith Nakasone, former deputy assistant commissioner of acquisition management within the information technology office at the General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service, will join VMware (NYSE: VMW) in mid-June as a federal strategist, FedScoop reported Wednesday. He brings 32 years of government service experience to his n...

Bill Rowan of VMware (NYSE: VMW) and Brian Whitenight of General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) information technology business said the partnership between VMware and GDIT is making it easier for Department of Defense agencies to move to the Defense Information Systems Agency’s milCloud 2.0 platforms in three ways. The partnership helps simplify the...

Raghu Raghuram, who has been with VMware (NYSE: VMW) since 2003, has been elected by the board of directors to serve as CEO and board member of the Palo Alto, California-based technology company, effective June 1. “Raghu is now in position to architect VMware’s future, helping customers and partners accelerate their digital businesses in this...

Michael Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL), and private equity partner Silver Lake Partners will own approximately 52 percent of VMware (NYSE: VMW) once the latter’s spinoff is completed, CRN reported Monday. In mid-April, Dell Technologies announced plans to spin off its 81 percent ownership of VMware as part of efforts to...

Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) plans to spin off its 81 percent ownership of VMware (NYSE: VMW) as part of efforts to simplify capital structures, strengthen its position in technology infrastructure and client markets and expand into hybrid cloud, 5G, edge and other growth areas. Dell Technologies said Wednesday it expects the spinoff to be complet...

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