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VMware's delivered the market-beating second quarter it foreshadowed last week, hauling in US$1.90 billion of cash and GAAP net income of $334 million, both ahead of forecasts. VMware's long had a strategy to create new growth businesses in the expectation its core server virtualization products would wane due to a combination …

  1. johnnyblaze

    Here's a tip VMware. If you want to increase revenue and profit, start by reducing for f'ing prices and support costs. That would make a lot of customers feel better. Next, stop believing VSAN is the answer to life, the universe and everything else. It's not, so stop telling me it is. VSAN, VSAN, VSAN is all I hear from VMware these days. F-off.

    1. Gigabob

      Uh - did you not read the headline?

      Profits and sales are up. If you want to complain about profits and sales due to ungodly high prices, how about Apple? Oh Right, most profitable company on earth. I can agree on your VSAN point, it is not for everyone. But then only 36% of the people are needed to make someone President in the US, so what do I know.

  2. PAFL

    Congrats to VMware. It was hip to hate on them for a bit and now the wheel has turned. Gelsinger is a wise CEO. Wish there were more like him in tech.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Surprised

    Very surprised Workspace ONE sales are up....

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