The computer giant is going to become even more aggressive with the announcement of the acquisition of the server storage array specialist. The price of the deal? 67 BILLION DOLLARS
Dell, the world's third-largest PC maker and the world's second largest server vendor, has announced that it will acquire another giant company specializing in creating arrays storage Advanced and large server domain, the US EMC, during what appears to be the world's largest technology world - 67 billion (!) Dollars.
This huge deal is made easy and includes assistance from the MSD Financing Funds (owned by Michael Dell, the founder who also returned to be the sole owner of the company since 2013) and Silver Lake, plus the separation of EMC software company VMWare was a percentage of 81 Into a separate company, some of which will be transferred to EMC shareholders. The bottom line is that the value of the deal is tremendous on any scale - and if and when it is finally approved, Del can become the largest company in business-enterprise computing.
Will this grandiose deal get the blessing of the American and international regulators? Will this story help Dell return to the great days of the beginning of the millennium in the field of home computing? We'll live and see, it will be interesting.
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