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VCE – the EMC and Cisco backed Virtual Compute Environment – appears to have lost its CEO.

Until recently Michael Capellas was listed (PDF) as its CEO and chairman. The VCE website now lists him as chairman only, with Frank Hauck as president. There is no CEO listed.

VCE's San Francisco PR agency, The Outcast Agency, said it would have to get back to us when we asked it who the VCE CEO is. VCE now appears headless. What has prompted this CEO absence?

Watch this space. ®

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