Storage Vendor Data Domain Chooses NetApp, Rejects EMC

June 2009
Channel Insider;6/15/2009, p1
The article reports on the refusal of specialty storage equipment maker Data Domain Inc. to the takeover bid of rival corporate data storage equipment maker EMC Corp. It notes that the corporate data storage equipment maker's bid has asked the shareholders to back a 30 dollars-per-share deal that it has signed with NetApp Inc. Relative to this, the specialty storage equipment firm has selected the deal for 30 dollars per share to be acquired by NetApp.


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