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 partners Brandee Diamond and Louis Lehot (both of 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.