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8 Things You Need To Know About Dell Technologies' Potential IPO/VMware Merger

CRN takes examines all of the issues Dell Technologies is facing with as the company's board weighs whether to file an initial public offering or merge with its VMware subsidiary.

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Reverse VMware Merger

One option Dell is considering to combat its roughly $50 billion of debt is a reverse merger with its VMware subsidiary.

Dell already owns an 82 percent stake of VMware and participate in its ownership through tracking stock.

A reverse merger with VMware – which Dell acquired when through its blockbuster $67 billion EMC deal, would allow Dell to take the company public without filing for an IPO. That would enable Dell to sidestep the lengthy IPO process and save the fees that come with a traditional IPO.

 
 
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