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Monday, September 13, 2010

Hewlett-Packard announced that 1.5 billion acquisition of security software vendor ArcSight

September 13 evening news, according to foreign media reports, hp Pavilion dv6300 Series battery announced Monday, will be about 1.5 billion cash offer security software company in California ArcSight.

HP said it will be 43.50 U.S. dollars per share in cash ArcSight, total about 15 billion U.S. dollars, and ArcSight last Friday's closing price premium compared to 24%.

Informed sources said that since last month announced the sale of ArcSight, hp Pavilion dv2700 battery has been in negotiations with ArcSight. To expand business, hp Pavilion dv6300 Series battery recently conducted a series of acquisitions, including the acquisition of about 20.6 U.S. dollars storage technology vendor 3Par. Earlier this year, HP also has 2.7 billion dollars and 1.2 billion U.S. dollars to buy the 3Com and Palm.

ArcSight to rely on the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) venture-capital fund set up specifically for large-scale production can detect computer network intrusion software. Currently, the software's users, including government departments, financial and medical companies. As more and more enterprises will be critical data stored on the network, is expected to further increase demand.

ArcSight's technology will help hp Pavilion dv2700 battery to enrich preparations for large-scale computer system's software portfolio. HP has been committed to selling a set of hardware, software and technical services. It is in the business machine hardware sales leader, but in some software business behind IBM and Oracle.