VMware Customers Urge EC to Freeze Broadcom’s New Contract Terms on Software and Launch Investigation into Alleged Abuses

Published on Apr 05, 2024

VMware customers are pressing the European Commission to impose interim measures on Broadcom (AVGO) that put a hold on allegedly onerous contractual changes the company has made since acquiring the virtualization software last year and allow users who felt pressured to sign the new contracts to get out of them.

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