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HPE & CSC to form spinoff merger worth $26 billion
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced a spinoff merger with CSC to form a pure play IT services provider worth $26 billion.
Chinese consortium snaps up Lexmark in US$3.6 billion deal
United States printer manufacturer Lexmark is being acquired by a Chinese consortium in a US$3.6 billion deal.
Zettagrid buys cloud provider Conexim, increases scale, product breadth
Australian IaaS provider Zettagrid has snapped up cloud provider Conexim as it seeks increased scale, product breadth and reach.
Brocade snaps up Ruckus in $1.2 billion deal
Brocade has joined the wireless buy-up, snapping up Ruckus Wireless in a US$1.2 billion deal.
Dell sheds IT services arm to NTT Data
Dell is selling its IT services arm, Dell Services, to Japan’s NTT Data, in a US$3.05 billion deal, freeing up cash for its EMC acquisition.
Change at the top for Shoply as merger nears
Shoply CEO Vaughan Clark has abruptly retired from the top job, with an interim executive chairman stepping in until the merger is completed.
Ingram Micro: SOLD
Chinese firm Tianjin Tianhai has acquired Ingram Micro in a $6-billion-dollar deal that will see it become a part of HNA Group.
The urge to merge - valuable insights from two successful mergers
Your company has ambitious growth targets, so why not consider merging? It's a question faced by many in NZ's fast-paced IT industry.
NZTG cleans up "unfortunate situation" through deal with RS Comms
“NZTG is enthusiastic about the opportunity to partner with RS Comms to provide a strong solution to the unfortunate situation left by Intagr8."