Topic Archives: VMWare (VMW)

Navellier’s “The Almost Perfect Stock” Set to Double Investors’ Money in 2017

Lots of readers have asked about the latest “almost perfect stock” pitch from Louis Navellier for his Blue Chip Growth newsletter (currently $100 a year), so that’s the Thinkolator’s project for today: What is it? Here’s the tantalizing lead-in: “Imagine… a technology company whose product you don’t install, that reduces business costs by billions a […]

“An unstoppable $160 BILLION force that could make early investors a small fortune…” (Motley Fool)

The folks at the Motley Fool have been promoting Dave Gardner’s Rule Breakers newsletter for years by using the same basic theme for their ads: Cloud computing scared Bill Gates into retirement, and the “Kings of Cloud Computing” in the next era will make you rich. If you’re not familiar with Gardner, he’s basically a […]

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    NSX and NSX-T from VMware are also software routers for data centers. Given that this is a mature product that scared th...

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    Doc I have been a pc dos/windows user ab ovum Mac has always tightly controlled the hardware and software on it's produ...

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    Carpenter's picks still in my portfolio - Starbucks bought 12-1-08 up 1281%, Advanced Energy 10-10-11 up 771%, Gildan 1...

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    I used to be systems engineer in electronics payment industry, and kept current on developments in the software/server/v...

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    You didn't get to the software. CUDA isn't the answer. And the Cloud needs parallel processing software more than any se...

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    M bius Partners, one of the fastest growing IT solutions providers in the southwest, today announced that it has been na...

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    Xed I also agree with your points. Msft has a track record of getting the best of any joint effort. Example ..Intrnet E...

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    HN, for the stocks you mention in this message and earlier (thank you very much), I looked at their share price charts f...

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    Hi guys away from gumshoe for a few days & started reading last posts first -thought the bio thread was hijacked by a te...

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    $ANY: Hmm, Citrix market cap 11B, VMware market cap 37B, Sphere 3D market cap 137 million. Even if they can snap a smal...

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    Solaris and Linux have had containers for years, FreeBSD has had jails (same thing, different name) for years. The conc...

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    $ANY, I have watched their video of the Glassware 2.0 protocol. They make it sound nice, but no real details. What the...

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    Libraries often run a virtual machine for public access inside of their main install of Windows Using Vmware or simila...

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    Learned from the Alibaba.com web site that Yahoo owns 40% of Alibaba which is purportedly worth in excess of $10 Billion...

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    This is SOOO old. The real uptick is where VMware is placing THEIR bets. This will be in software companies that can ...

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    If this is the same 'ol Motley Fool ad from a few months back, it's Google, Akamai, and VMWare ... I doubt they've chang...

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    Great job - google was a given and I picked up on Akamai...but hadn't seen through the muck to pick out VMWare. In case...

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