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RxMx and Curatio announce merger to tackle gaps in healthcare

Digital health companies, Curatio and RxMx have merged to create a new entity called RxPx. The two companies are backed by private equity firm,...

Beanfield acquires Urbanfibre to expand its reach to Vancouver

Toronto-based internet operator Beanfield Metroconnect is expanding its service scope to the west coast with the acquisition of Urbanfibre on July 28. Based in Vancouver,...

Ericsson acquires Vonage for US$6.2 billion

Swedish telecommunication hardware manufacturer Ericsson has entered into an agreement to acquire Vonage, a cloud-based communication provider, for US$6.2 billion. Ericsson is expected to acquire...

A history of HP’s ventures, spinoffs, and acquisitions — and what the future may hold

The enterprise company has a history of using funds generated by its signature computers, printers, and enterprise services to bankroll new directions

Carbonite expands SMB data protection customer base through EVault acquisition

Purchasing the Seagate division will allow Carbonite to expand its market in the SMB data protection space and support more complex data centre environments

Dell, EMC combination needs to offer product roadmap clarity for CIOs

Unlike the HP-Compaq merger, which had more overlap than synergy, rationalization between Dell and EMC products will be limited mainly to mid-range data storage offerings

10 steps to cut data risk in a merger

Mergers and acquisitions can be a cesspool data risks. Here a some useful strategies to help you navigate the waters of your new union safely

Death of single-core chip makes 2007 year of transition

According to Technology Futures Inc. (TFI), 2006 was about building capacity and capability whereas 2007 is a period of transition. The research firm has identified top 10 trends which includes the emergence of multicore chips as the industry standard

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