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VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), a provider of virtualization technologies for corporate IT systems, may be acquired by chipmaker Broadcom Inc. (NASDAQ: AVGO). This news fueled a 24.78 percent increase in VMW prices to $119.43 at the auction on May 23.

Broadcom was in exploratory discussions to purchase VMware, Inc. (VMW), according to the Wall Street Journal, which was published the morning before trading began. This is a cash transaction, and a deal may be revealed soon. The transaction’s value is not mentioned.

There are examples of such transactions, notwithstanding the distance between the two firms. VMware, Inc. (VMW) was originally purchased by Dell, a computer manufacturer.

Broadcom may be interested in acquiring VMware, Inc. (VMW) in order to increase its hybrid cloud computing presence. Broadcom will be able to deliver end-to-end solutions that support sophisticated cloud technologies at the hardware level with the aid of VMware. Cloud IT is at the core of the world’s digital revolution.

Because Broadcom outsources production, integrating VMware’s company may be easier for them than it is for Dell. It is, in reality, an engineering firm capable of planning the development and launch of in-demand electronic component manufacture.

Broadcom’s expansion into forward-thinking software is essential. The corporation previously attempted but failed, to purchase software provider SAS Institute. So, despite the present economic instability, Broadcom may be in discussions to purchase VMware. At the same time, due to lower indices, VMW shares were cheaper than last year at the time of discussions.

The company’s stock has been down -10.23 percent in the last year. The stock price has increased by 18.72 percent in the previous five trades and by 10.40 percent in the last 30. However, the stock price fell -0.93 percent in the last six months, and -0.79 percent was deducted from its value in the preceding three months.

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