dell technologies inc.


  • [3] Type: Public; Traded as: NYSE: DELL (Class C), Russell 1000 component; Industry: Computer hardware, Software, Cloud computing, Data storage, Information security, Consulting;
    Predecessors: Dell EMC Corporation; Founded: September 7, 2016; 6 years ago as a merger of EMC Corporation and Dell Inc.; Founder: Michael Dell; Headquarters: Round Rock, Texas, U.S.; Area served: Worldwide; Key people: Michael Dell, (Chairman
    and CEO); Products: Personal computers, Servers, SAN storage, NAS storage, Networking, Software; Revenue: US$101.19 billion (2022); Operating income: US$5.923 billion (2022); Net income: US$5.563 billion (2022); Total assets: US$92.659 billion
    (2022); Total equity: US$(1.580) billion (2022); Number of employees: 158,000 (2021); Divisions: Dell Client Solutions Group, Dell EMC Infrastructure Solutions Group; Subsidiaries: Alienware, SecureWorks, Virtustream Current operations Approximately
    50% of the company’s revenue is derived in the United States.

  • [24] On December 28, 2018, Dell Technologies became a public company, bypassing the traditional IPO process by buying back shares that tracked the financial performance of

  • [1][10] The Dell Services, Dell Software Group, and the Dell EMC Enterprise Content Divisions were sold shortly thereafter for proceeds of $7.0 billion, which was used to
    repay debt.

  • [1] History On October 12, 2015, Dell announced its intent to acquire EMC Corporation, an enterprise software and storage company, in a $67 billion transaction.

  • [17] The acquisition maintained VMware as a separate company, held via a new tracking stock, while the rest of EMC were rolled into Dell.

  • [23] IPO[edit] On January 29, 2018, it was reported that Dell Technologies was considering a reverse merger with its VMware subsidiary to take the company public.

  • [1] In October 2017, It was reported that Dell would invest $1 billion in IoT research and development.

  • [9] On September 7, 2016, Dell Inc. completed the merger with EMC Corp., which involved the issuance of $45.9 billion in debt and $4.4 billion common stock.

  • [22] On April 15, 2021, it was reported that Dell Technologies will spin out the remainder of its VMware shares to shareholders.

  • [14] EMC was being pressured by Elliott Management Corporation, a hedge fund holding 2.2% of EMC’s stock, to reorganize the unusual “Federation” structure, in which EMC’s
    divisions were effectively being run as independent companies.


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