Dell is celebrating an exit as Humio agreed to a $400m acquisition by CrowdStrike, less than a year after Dell led a $20m series B round for the cybersecurity company.
US-based log management software developer Humio agreed to a $400m acquisition by cloud workload protection software producer CrowdStrike yesterday, providing an exit to computer manufacturer Dell. CrowdStrike will pay the $400m primarily in cash, with a portion in the form of rollover equity awards in exchange for unvested Humio equity. The acquisition is expected to…
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