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Nutanix Raises $238 Million in High-Profile IPO

Hyperconverged infrastructure provider Nutanix is now a public company after raising almost $238 million in its initial public offering.Company officials on Sept. 29 announced...

BlackBerry: Resistance to Change Killed Its Smartphone Business

For BlackBerry, the writing was on the wall about its declining smartphone business in big bold letters two years ago when CEO John Chen...

LogMeIn Gets US Approval to Buy Citrix’s GoTo Business

LogMeIn got the approval of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for its proposed $1.8 billion acquisition of Citrix Systems' GoTo family of online communications...

Prysm Lets Users Invite Third Parties to Collaboration Sessions

Prysm is looking to make it easier for workers to bring third-party participants into their video collaboration meetings.At the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit this...

Versa Networks Unveils SD-WAN Appliance Ecosystem

Versa Networks is partnering with several appliance makers to run its software-defined WAN software on their open hardware systems.Versa officials on Sept. 20 announced...

Intel, GE Partner to Make Trains Mobile Data Centers

Intel and GE Transportation are introducing a jointly developed platform that officials with both companies say will help transform trains into mobile data centers.At...

Chip-Card Processing Delays Could Be Grinch That Steals Christmas

A year into the use of EMV chip-based credit cards in the United States, fraud against consumers and merchants has dropped 54 percent for...

Intel Raises Forecast on Improving PC Demand

Intel executives said revenue expectations for the third quarter are better than initially predicted, due in large part to an improving PC market.Company officials...

Extreme to Buy Zebra’s WLAN Unit for $55 Million

Extreme Networks is growing its wireless LAN capabilities through its plan to acquire Zebra Technologies' WLAN business, a move officials said not only will...

Samsung Considers Sale of Printer Unit to HP for $1.8 Billion

Samsung Electronics reportedly is on the verge of selling its printing business to HP Inc. for $1.8 billion.The company—part of the larger Samsung Group...