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Dell to Acquire RSA Parent Company EMC for $67 Billion

Dell announced Monday they will be acquiring enterprise software, storage and security firm EMC in what will be the largest tech merger of all time at $67 billion. While the companies were competitors in the enterprise data server industry, EMC is also a major player in the risk space as the parent company of RSA, known for their SecurID two-factor authentication along with other risk detection and behavioral analysis solutions.

While Dell may be best known for their PC business they also offer enterprise data storage and security services. The acquisition of EMC will immediately bolster their place in this industry and will make the combined companies the third largest enterprise technology provider, behind only Hewlett-Packard and IBM in terms of revenue.

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