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Irvine-based data management software maker Vision Solutions Inc. has been sold to private equity firm Clearlake Capital Group L.P. in Santa Monica.
AEROSPACE: Kapco buy in Netherlands brings global scale
Kapco Global’s acquisition of Avio-Diepen in the Netherlands has positioned the Brea-based company to better compete against the distribution units of aerospace giants Boeing Co. and Airbus Group SE.
MEDIA: Domestic opener tame by comparison to $150M take over there
The movie based on Blizzard Entertainment Inc.’s franchise fantasy game could be on its way to becoming Hollywood’s biggest hit in China.
Private Red Herring Event Opp for High-Potentials
A handful of OC tech companies presented their stories to interested investors and executives across the country at a recent invite-only conference in Newport Beach.
Aliso Viejo-based networking products maker QLogic Corp. said it will be acquired for about $1 billion by Silicon Valley chipmaker Cavium Inc.
Former Broadcom Corp. executive Robert Rango has been named chief executive of Irvine-based battery maker Enevate Corp.
Shares of Aliso Viejo-based networking equipment maker QLogic Corp. rose 10% after the company said it would be acquired for about $1 billion by Silicon Valley chipmaker Cavium Inc.
TECHNOLOGY: Education push includes augmented reality
Irvine-based software maker EON Reality Inc. hopes to keep its growth up by bringing virtual and augmented reality content to the masses through an aggressive international plan centered on education and awareness.
SanDisk, HGST to Bring About $1B in Savings
Western Digital Corp.’s massive integration of SanDisk Corp. and HGST already has led to more than 500 job cuts in the past month, and more are expected.
The $100 million raised by Cylance Inc. last week highlights the booming demand for software security needed to thwart malicious cyberattacks in the public and private sectors—and the growing appetite of venture capitalists to fund Orange County-based businesses that are taking on the challenge.