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A Most Interesting IT Experiment: The History (So Far) Of VCE

VCE, which its partners EMC, Cisco, and VMware claim is the fastest company to reach a billion dollars in annual revenue, may have been founded in 2009, but it got its real start nearly six years earlier with EMC's controversial acquisition of VMware.

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June, 2009: V+C+E, Not Quite Yet VCE

The last block fell in place in building the VCE foundation when VMware, Cisco and EMC held a joint press event at EMC World 2009 to unveil a partnership between the three companies and how they would develop cloud computing platforms.

This wasn't VCE yet. It was originally called the VMware-Cisco-EMC alliance. Later, it would be called VCE, which was short for "Virtual Computing Environment." Eventually, it was just VCE.

Pictured: Chuck Hollis (left), EMC's vice president and CTO of global marketing; Ed Bugnion (center), Cisco CTO; and Parag Patal, VMware's vice president of alliances

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