EMC Corp. and NetApp battled for six weeks over Data Domain Inc., a leading company in data deduplication technology. NetApp placed an original offer on Data Domain for $1.5 billion on May 20. Soon
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acquires Data Domain for $2.1B after NetApp drops bid
EMC wins the battle over Data Domain. NetApp said it will not increase its bid to acquire the data deduplication backups specialist, and Data Domain's board accepted the $2.1 billion offer EMC made July 6 and entered into a definitive agreement.
raises its acquisition offer for data deduplication vendor Data Domain to $2.1B
EMC raised the stakes in its bidding war for data deduplication backup specialist Data Domain Inc., increasing its all cash offer to $33.50 per share or $2.1 billion in an attempt to sway the Data Domain board from accepting NetApp's offer of $1.9 billion.
industry weighs EMC's, NetApp's bidding war for Data Domain
Storage administrators keep a close eye on EMC's and NetApp's bidding war for Data Domain Inc. after NetApp raises the bid to $1.9 billion, and wonder how the fate of the data deduplication backup specialist will impact the storage industry.
wants to buy Data Domain for $1.8 billion to dominate data deduplication market
EMC offered $1.8 billion to acquire Data Domain, eclipsing NetApp's $1.5 billion offer for the target-based deduplication backup specialist on May 20.
plans to acquire data deduplication specialist Data Domain for $1.5 billion
NetApp Inc. made a bold move to become the market leader in data deduplication technology when it acquired Data Domain Inc. for $1.5 billion in a mixed cash and stock transaction.
continues the battle for Data Domain with new bid of $2.1 billion
The bidding war between EMC and NetApp over Data Domain continued as EMC raised the bid to a solid cash offer of $2.1 billion. Beth Pariseau, senior news writer at SearchStorage.com, and Curtis Preston, executive editor at TechTarget, discuss the latest developments of the story in this podcast.
and NetApp continue the battle over Data Domain
EMC raised the bid to $1.8 billion. Beth Pariseau, senior news writer for SearchStorage.com, talks about the advantages of having Data Domain in a company, and what this deal could mean for the future. And Curtis Preston, executive editor at TechTarget and independent backup expert, talks about the battle between EMC and NetApp.
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This was first published in July 2009