The Competition Markets Authority has stepped in to probe whether US chipmaker Broadcom's $61bn acquisition of cloud computing company VMware will dull competition in the market. The CMA said this week that the investigation of the merger will look into whether or not it will result in a "substantial lessening" of competition within any market or markets in the UK for goods or services. "The CMA has decided to investigate this transaction and is inviting comments from any interested par...
To continue reading this article...
Join Channel Partner Insight
- Exclusive news, insight and analysis for the IT channel across the US and Europe
- Gain the latest insights through market analysis and interviews with channel leaders
- Stay on top of key trends with an exclusive members-only podcast
- Breaking news stories delivered straight to your inbox daily
Already a member?