Wednesday, 3rd August 2011, 16:41:19
VMware's progress has been driven by its constant quest for innovation, according to the company's chief technology officer and senior vice president of research and development.
Steve Herrod claimed this desire to improve and work on new developments has proved to be the "lifeblood" of the virtualisation and cloud infrastructure firm's success.
He insisted VMware's customers - including small and medium-sized businesses, government agencies and multinational corporations - are the most demanding in the world and expect technological breakthroughs to help them remain competitive.
"It's our investment in the people and technologies of the future that drives our ability to lead the industry and grow the market," Mr Herrod added.
His comments came in the run-up to the White House Council on Jobs and Competitiveness meeting, which was hosted by VMware on Tuesday (August 2nd).
The council is made up of distinguished citizens from outside the federal government chosen by President Barack Obama to discuss ideas aimed at bolstering the economy.
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