A roundup of this week’s mergers and acquisitions in B2B…
IBM Security announced plans to acquire Agile 3 Solutions, a developer of software used by the C-Suite and senior executives to better visualize, understand and manage risks associated with the protection of sensitive data. The addition of Agile 3 Solutions’ capabilities to IBM Security’s portfolio adds an intuitive tool to improve C-Suite decision making as businesses prepare to defend themselves against cybercrime.
Silicon Labs, a leading supplier of silicon, software and solutions for a more connected world, announced the acquisition of Zentri, an innovator in low-power, cloud-connected Wi-Fi technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT). Zentri helps customers worldwide securely connect and manage their products across a wide range of industrial, commercial and consumer applications.
OpenText, a global leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), announced that it has completed the closing of the previously announced acquisition of Dell EMC’s Enterprise Content Division, including Documentum.
Telecorp, Inc., a leading global professional strategy and consulting services company, announced the completed asset acquisition of SOFTSMART 2.0, a Los Angeles based strategy, design, technology and product management agency which specializes in mobile-optimized product solutions, CRM and ERP implementation and customization.
Solera Holdings, Inc., a global leader in data and software for automotive, home ownership and personal identity management, announced it has acquired 100% ownership of Digidentity B.V., a leading provider of next-generation technologies that secure and authenticate online identities.
N1 Technologies Corp. announced that NanoSave Technologies has acquired all rights and titles to the Viritron VDX, Viritron VPN and Viritron Mini Lab patents, representing an overall increase IP valuation. N1 Technologies Corp., a bio-technology research company will trade as NanoSave Technologies OTC: NNSV going forward. This unites all the Nano Technology patents and products under one roof allowing investors to own a part of all our innovations with one stock.
Cisco announced its intent to acquire AppDynamics, Inc., a privately held application intelligence software company based in San Francisco. AppDynamics’s cloud application and business monitoring platform enables the world’s largest companies to improve application and business performance. Cisco will acquire AppDynamics for approximately $3.7 billion in cash and assumed equity awards.
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