A strong quarter sets up VMware to double down on networking and the cloud

| February 22, 2017

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Virtualization software company VMware Inc. pulled off another strong quarterly showing Thursday, beating Wall Street estimates for both profits and revenues and forecasting slightly better-than-expected revenues in the current quarter.

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