DLA Piper represented VMware, Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology, in its proposed acquisition of Bitfusion.io Inc.
Bitfusion is a pioneer in virtualization of accelerated compute with a strong focus on GPU technology. It provides better sharing of GPU resources among isolated GPU compute workloads – even allowing sharing to happen across the network.
The DLA Piper team representing VMware was led by partner Brandee Diamond (Silicon Valley) and included partners SeoJung Park, Cisco Palao-Ricketts (both of Silicon Valley), Cathryn Le Regulski (Northern Virginia) and Jennifer Kashatus (Washington DC); and associates Eric Chow (Silicon Valley), Jaspreet Mann (San Francisco), Jason Veit (Chicago) and James Duchesne (Washington, DC).
VMware's blog post for the proposed acquisition can be found here.