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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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VCE: Short History Of A Big IT Experiment

What a long, strange trip it's been for VCE, the joint-venture developer of Vblock converged infrastructure solutions set up by VMware, Cisco and EMC.

Set up originally in June of 2009 as a way to build reference architectures based on the three partners' storage, server, networking, and virtualization technologies, it eventually morphed into an independent builder of integrated solutions which are shipped to customers only after being fully bundled and tested in VCE's own facilities. VCE is already experiencing a billion-dollar annual run rate.

Take a trip back in time to look at how VCE got its start long before it was officially formed.

For a closer look at VCE's future prospects, see a preview of our exclusive report, "The VCE Gamble: You Got To Know When To Hold 'Em, Know When To Fold 'Em." The full article is available exclusively in the CRN Tech News app.

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