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Vmware Inc.  (VMW)
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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 51,608
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 424
 Employees 21,700
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 12,322
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 1,775
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -2,395
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 535

Vmware Inc.

VMware, Inc. (“VMware”) pioneered the development and application of virtualization technologies with x86 server-based computing, separating application software from the underlying hardware. Information technology (“IT”) driven innovation is disrupting markets and industries. Technologies emerge faster than organizations can absorb, creating increasingly complex environments. To take on this challenge, businesses need a flexible and secure digital foundation. We provide compute, cloud, mobility, networking and security infrastructure software to businesses that provides a flexible digital foundation for the applications that empower businesses to serve their customers globally.

We continue to broaden our product and solution offerings beyond compute virtualization to include offerings that allow organizations to manage IT resources across private clouds and complex multi-cloud, multi-device environments by leveraging synergies across three categories: Software-Defined Data Center (“SDDC”), Hybrid Cloud Computing and End-User Computing (“EUC”). Our portfolio supports and addresses the four key IT priorities of our customers: modernizing data centers, integrating public clouds, empowering digital workspaces and transforming security. We create solutions that enable the digital transformation our customers need as they ready their applications, infrastructure and devices for their future business needs.
We incorporated in Delaware in 1998, were acquired by EMC Corporation (“EMC”) in 2004 and conducted our initial public offering of our Class A common stock in August 2007. Effective September 7, 2016, Dell Technologies Inc. (“Dell”) acquired EMC. As a result, EMC became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dell, and VMware became an indirectly-held, majority-owned subsidiary of Dell. We are considered a “controlled company” under the rules of the New York Stock Exchange. As of February 2, 2018, Dell controlled approximately 81.9% of our outstanding common stock, including 31 million shares of our Class A common stock and all of our Class B common stock.

We were the first company to articulate a vision for SDDC, whereby increasingly infrastructure is virtualized and delivered as a service, enabling data center management to be entirely automated by software, from one unified platform. Traditional data centers are collections of technology silos where each application type has its own vertical stack consisting of a CPU and operating system, storage pool, networking and security, and management systems. Over time, costs to maintain the data center infrastructure have been increasing because the data center environment has become more heterogeneous, leading to higher complexity. The increasing complexity of the data center demands constantly increasing resources to manage and maintain the IT infrastructure. SDDC is designed to transform and modernize the data center into an on-demand service that addresses application requirements by abstracting, pooling and automating the services that are required from the underlying hardware. SDDC dramatically simplifies data center operations and lower costs.

vSphere, our flagship data center platform, provides the fundamental compute layer for VMware environments. A “hypervisor” is a layer of software that resides between the operating system and system hardware to enable compute virtualization. Users deploy the vSphere hypervisor when they purchase vSphere, Cloud Foundation or suite versions that include vSphere, such as VMware vCloud Suite and vSphere with Operations Management (“vSOM”).
We have continued to develop vSphere solutions to be compatible with new technologies and tools utilized by software developers and enterprises. During fiscal 2016, we introduced our VMware vSphere Integrated Containers solution that allows customers to deploy containerized and traditional applications side-by-side on a common platform, without re-architecting their existing infrastructure. During fiscal 2018, we expanded our container solutions by announcing Pivotal Container Services (“PKS”), a new jointly developed, marketed, sold and supported Kubernetes container solution with Pivotal Software, Inc. (“Pivotal”), an indirect majority-owned subsidiary of Dell, and in which VMware has an ownership interest.

vSphere, our flagship data center platform, provides the fundamental compute layer for VMware environments. A “hypervisor” is a layer of software that resides between the operating system and system hardware to enable compute virtualization. Users deploy the vSphere hypervisor when they purchase vSphere, Cloud Foundation or suite versions that include vSphere, such as VMware vCloud Suite and vSphere with Operations Management (“vSOM”).


We have continued to develop vSphere solutions to be compatible with new technologies and tools utilized by software developers and enterprises. During fiscal 2016, we introduced our VMware vSphere Integrated Containers solution that allows customers to deploy containerized and traditional applications side-by-side on a common platform, without re-architecting their existing infrastructure. During fiscal 2018, we expanded our container solutions by announcing Pivotal Container Services (“PKS”), a new jointly developed, marketed, sold and supported Kubernetes container solution with Pivotal Software, Inc. (“Pivotal”), an indirect majority-owned subsidiary of Dell, and in which VMware has an ownership interest.

We provide many storage and availability products to offer cost-effective, holistic data storage and protection options to all applications running on the vSphere platform. These products serve as hyper-converged infrastructure solutions designed to enable customers to deploy a broad range of hardware solutions. Key hyper-converged infrastructure solutions in this area include:

VMware vSAN (“vSAN”)—clusters server disks to create radically simple, shared storage designed for virtual machines.

VxRail—a fully integrated and pre-configured Dell EMC Appliance powered by vSAN and vSphere software that extends the VMware environment.

vSphere Replication—provides a cost-efficient and simple way to manage replication.

vCenter Site Recovery Manager—leverages vSphere and vSphere Replication to protect applications against site failures and to streamline planned migrations.
We experienced growth in both customer count and sales of our vSAN offerings during fiscal 2018.

Network and Security
Our network virtualization solution, VMware NSX (“NSX”), abstracts physical networks and greatly simplifies the provisioning and consumption of networking resources. In addition, our security services are built-in, do not require purpose-built hardware and can scale with the network. AppDefense and Network Insight further broaden our network and security portfolio. AppDefense is a data center endpoint security product that protects applications running in virtualized environments. Network Insight delivers intelligent operations for software defined networking and security across virtual, physical and multi-cloud environments.

During the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018, we acquired Velocloud Networks, Inc. (“Velocloud”), the market leader in cloud-delivered SD-WAN that enables enterprises and service providers to deploy flexible and secure WAN connectivity.
VMware networking and security services enable our customers to connect, secure and operate their network consistently from the data center to the cloud and to the edges of their network. This includes providing networking and security capabilities to virtual machines, containers and public cloud workloads. NSX integrates with many automation, security and container solutions and is an integral part of our key offerings including VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware Cloud on AWS and PKS.

Cloud Management and Automation
Our cloud management and automation products move beyond core compute infrastructure to manage and automate overarching IT processes involved in provisioning IT services and resources to users from initial infrastructure deployment to retirement. These IT processes manage virtualized and non-virtualized infrastructure resources and private and public cloud infrastructures, including hybrid cloud services. Examples of products in the cloud management and automation product portfolio include:

vRealize Operations—provides performance, capacity and configuration management for virtual or physical infrastructure.

vRealize Automation—enables customers to rapidly deploy and provision cloud services.

vRealize Business—provides transparency and control over the costs and quality of IT services.
We acquired Wavefront, Inc. (“Wavefront”) during fiscal 2018 to enhance our cloud management and Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS”) portfolio. Wavefront by VMware is a SaaS-based metrics monitoring and analytics platform for modern cloud-native applications.

Software-Defined Data Center Suites
Our SDDC products are available separately or our compute and management and automation products may be acquired as part of a broader offering. The VMware vCloud Suite, vSOM and VMware vRealize Suite are packaged solutions for building and managing a complete cloud infrastructure optimized for use with the vSphere platform:

VMware vCloud Suite—an integrated offering that brings together our vSphere hypervisor and our vRealize Suite multi-vendor hybrid cloud management platform.

vSOM—allows users to optimize capacity and monitor the workload performance of their vSphere environments.

VMware vRealize Suite—an enterprise-ready cloud management platform that enables customers to manage heterogeneous, hybrid cloud environments.

Software-Defined Data Center Platform—On Premise
During fiscal 2016, we introduced VMware Cloud Foundation, a unified platform that brings together our compute, storage and networking technologies into a natively integrated stack that delivers enterprise-ready cloud infrastructure for private and public clouds. The combined offering includes lifecycle management capabilities to span the full stack. SDDC products can also be delivered through our VMware vCloud NFV, which is a fully integrated, modular, multi-tenant network functions virtualization (“NFV”) platform. It provides the compute, storage, networking and operations management and service assurance capabilities to enable operators to provide virtualized network services and drive NFV deployments with an architecture that will support 5G and Internet of Things (“IoT”) services in the future.


During fiscal 2018, we introduced VMware Pulse IoT Center, an IoT device management and monitoring solution that helps both IT and Operational Technology (“OT”) organizations to onboard, manage, monitor and secure their IoT use cases from the edge to the cloud. This new solution has been built to meet the needs of IoT for both IT and OT teams, while supporting a broad range of edge systems and their connected devices.

Hybrid Cloud Computing
Our cross-cloud architecture enables consistent deployment models, security policies, visibility and governance for all applications, running on-premises and off-premises, regardless of the underlying cloud, hardware platform or hypervisor. It builds on our private and hybrid cloud capabilities by offering customers the freedom to innovate in multiple clouds, and is delivered through Cloud Foundation, the VMware vRealize cloud management platform and a new set of VMware Cloud Services that we are developing. Our overarching cloud strategy contains three key components: (i) continue to expand beyond compute virtualization in the private cloud, (ii) extend the private cloud into the public cloud and (iii) connect and secure endpoints across a range of public clouds. Our cloud strategy is designed to provide organizations with solutions that work across all clouds and all devices.

VMware Cloud Provider Program Services
We currently enable our customers to utilize off-premises, vSphere-based hybrid cloud computing capacity through our VMware Cloud Provider Program (“VCPP”) offering (previously referred to as VMware vCloud Air Network). Our VCPP offering, a key component of our strategic priority to integrate with public clouds, is a global ecosystem of over 4,000 cloud providers in more than 100 countries providing VMware-based cloud services. Our VCPP offering is directed at hosting and cloud computing vendors, enabling organizations to choose between running applications in virtual machines on their own private clouds inside their data center or on public clouds hosted by a service provider.

Hybrid VMware Cloud Foundation
VMware Cloud Foundation can be used for on-premises private clouds and also can be extended to hybrid cloud environments using VMware Cloud on AWS or VCPP. VMware Cloud on AWS, which became available in fiscal 2018, is an on-demand service that enables customers to run applications across vSphere-based cloud environments and provides access to a broad range of AWS services. This hybrid offering, a strategic alliance with AWS, integrates vSphere, vSAN and NSX along with VMware vCenter management and is optimized to run on dedicated, elastic, bare-metal AWS infrastructure. VMware Cloud on AWS is currently available in certain geographies, and we expect to continue expanding into additional regions in fiscal 2019.

VMware Cloud Services
VMware Cloud Services are new SaaS offerings that enable visibility into cloud usage and costs, enhance consistent networking and security policies and automate the deployment, management and migration of applications and data across vSphere and non-vSphere private and public clouds. VMware Cloud Services include discovery and analytics, compliance and security, networking and deployment and migration. VMware Cloud Services enable our customers to run, manage, connect and secure their applications across private and public clouds, including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform and IBM Cloud, as well as all devices in a common operating environment, regardless whether the underlying infrastructure is VMware-based.

End-User Computing
Our EUC portfolio offers a digital workspace to enable our customers to securely deliver access to applications and data for their end users from any device of the user’s choice and from any location. Our EUC solutions are designed to optimize simplicity and choice for end users, while providing security and control to corporate IT organizations. IT organizations are able to enhance their enterprise security for corporate applications, data and endpoints utilizing our EUC solutions.
Our complete EUC solution consists of VMware Workspace ONE (“Workspace ONE”), our digital workspace platform. Workspace ONE is an integrated platform that securely delivers and manages any application, including legacy applications, on any device by integrating access control, application management and multi-platform endpoint management. Workspace ONE is powered by VMware AirWatch (“AirWatch”), which delivers unified endpoint management, and VMware Horizon (“Horizon”) application and desktop virtualization, tied together with a common access control layer:

AirWatch—a unified endpoint management platform built to manage and secure endpoints across all major operating systems from a single management console, enabling deployment of native, web or remote applications through an application catalog across every device with built-in single sign-on. It provides the core foundation to support an increasingly mobile workforce and customer base, enabling customers to take advantage of “bring your own device” initiatives.

Horizon—a virtual platform that provides a streamlined approach to delivering, protecting and managing virtual desktops and applications from one digital workspace, while containing costs and allowing end users to work anytime, anywhere and across any device.


While AirWatch and Horizon are also offered separately, together this solution provides customers with a complete digital workspace solution that combines identity, mobile management, and application and desktop virtualization solutions. These technologies leverage our SDDC solutions, allowing customers to extend the value of virtualization and management from their data center to their devices. While many of these technologies are in use today, they are often deployed in silos across enterprise IT. Workspace ONE, which is offered as both an on-premises installed platform or as-a-service, integrates these silos to streamline the delivery of new applications and experiences. Workspace ONE continued to be our primary growth driver within EUC during fiscal 2018.


As we continue to expand our virtual desktop offering, we plan to offer customers the opportunity to run virtual desktops as-a-service through multiple environments including the Azure platform.



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   Company Phone Number: 427-5000   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE VMW
   VMW is expected to report next financial results on March 23, 2023.


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