„We have a long history here of integrating the technologies closer together. This is what customers have been asking us to do. It is what we are doing. It is working extremely well. There is much, much more to come here.“

CRN: "Michael Dell: 'Much, Much More To Come' On Dell EMC VMware Integration" https://www.crn.com/news/data-center/300104941/michael-dell-much-much-more-to-come-on-dell-emc-vmware-integration.htm (11 June 2018)

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