Acquisitions News in the Technology sector

Fri, 01 Aug 2008: EDF’s £12bn offer to purchase British Energy, the UK nuclear group, fell through hours before a deal was due to be c...
[more: British Energy pulls out of deal with EDF at last moment]
Wed, 14 Feb 2007: Clyde Process Solutions, the UK company, has entered into an agreement to acquire the US based MAC Equipment, a leading provider of Pneumatic Conveyin...
[more: Clyde Process Solutions, the UK company,...]
Fri, 09 Feb 2007: Redstone is to acquire Comunica, the Middlesex-based network and communications infrastructure company with more than 300 staff, for £22m....
[more: Comunica]
Wed, 07 Feb 2007: BT is to acquire i2i Enterprise, the Indian network services company with about 200 staff....
[more: BT is to acquire i2i Enterprise, the Ind...]
Fri, 02 Feb 2007: RDF Group is to acquire Aqua Resources Group, the Brighton-based IT recruitment company with 15 staff, for £0.2m....
[more: Aqua Resources Group]
Fri, 02 Feb 2007: Kingston Communications has acquired Mistral Internet, the business internet service provider with offices in Romsey, Southampton, Brighton and London...
[more: Kingston Communications has acquired Mis...]
Fri, 02 Feb 2007: BT is to acquire International Network Services, the US-based provider of IT consulting and software solutions with 900 staff....
[more: BT is to acquire International Network S...]
Wed, 31 Jan 2007: Anite Group has acquired Invenova Corp, the US provider of software for WiMAX device testing, for an initial £3.1m....
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Thu, 18 Jan 2007: Group NBT has acquired Ascio Technologies, the Danish provider of domain name services, for £18m....
[more: Group NBT has acquired Ascio Technologie...]
Tue, 16 Jan 2007: CSR is to acquire Cambridge Positioning Systems of Cambridge for £18m and NordNav of Sweden for an initial £20m, in order to expand in the...
[more: Cambridge Positioning Systems]
Fri, 12 Jan 2007: InTechnology is to acquire EEscape Holdings, the parent company of telecoms solutions provider Evoxus, for £3m....
[more: EEscape Holdings]
Fri, 12 Jan 2007: CSE-Servelec is to acquire Scomagg, the provider of system integration services with about 100 staff in Aberdeen, Motherwell and Rotherham....
[more: Scomagg]
Wed, 10 Jan 2007: Civica has acquired VT Software Solutions, the Birmingham-based specialist in asset management systems and related services, from VT Group for £...
[more: VT Software Solutions]
Thu, 21 Dec 2006: Silverdell is to acquire Redhill Analysts, the Dorking-based asbestos and environmental consultancy with four offices, for up to £10m....
[more: Redhill Analysts]
Wed, 20 Dec 2006: Bond International Software has acquired Gowi Group, the HR software developer with 120 staff in London, Portsmouth, Crawley, Lingfield and Wootton Ba...
[more: Gowi Group]
Wed, 20 Dec 2006: Quantum Microponents has been bought out of administration by a management team, securing the future of 70 jobs at its computer parts factory in Skelm...
[more: Quantum Microponents has been bought out...]
Tue, 19 Dec 2006: Kingston Communications has acquired JAM IP, the Maidenhead-based IP contact centre solutions company, for an initial £2.6m....
[more: JAM IP]
Thu, 14 Dec 2006: Eleco has acquired Asta, the Thame-based construction project management software company with 54 staff, for £7.6m....
[more: Asta]
Wed, 13 Dec 2006: Calyx is to acquire Mentec, the IT services company with sites in Leicestershire and Ireland, for EUR 16m....
[more: Mentec]
Fri, 17 Nov 2006: BT has offered £67m to buy internet service provider PlusNet. BT said it was buying the company because "broadband is increasingly becoming more than just fast internet access and PlusNet has a strong reputation for both customer service and innovation". PlusNet CEO Lee Strafford said: "BT recognises the importance of retaining PlusNet's identity and culture and I believe this will give rise to exciting opportunities for PlusNet, our customers and our employees." The company has almost 200,000 broadband customers and some narrowband punters too. PlusNet will keep its brand, its CEO, Strafford, a...
[more: PlusNet]