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Dell, VMware Public Stock Deal By The Numbers

Here are 12 figures, percentages and data points regarding Dell Technologies share swap with VMware in a move to go public that you should know.

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Dell By The Numbers

Dell Technologies is going public again on the New York Stock Exchange as part of a share swap with its DVMT VMware software business tracking stock.

The $83.5 billion Round Rock, Texas-based infrastructure giant, which owns 82 percent of the publicly held VMware, is bullish that the agreement will boost sales and increase market share in various segments. However, the complex nature of the agreement -- specifically the numbers, figures and percentages involved in the deal -- can be staggering and difficult to comprehend.

CRN combed through recent Dell and VMware filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to highlight some of the most important stats and figures that you need to know about Dell's potential blockbuster deal to go public.

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