Alphabet, Telstra and RackSpace-backed endpoint cybersecurity technology producer CrowdStrike will float above a range it had already increased.

CrowdStrike, the US-based endpoint protection software provider backed by internet and technology conglomerate Alphabet, cloud services provider RackSpace and telecommunications company Telstra, will raise $612m when it goes public today. The company is issuing 18 million shares on the Nasdaq Global Select Market priced at $34.00 each, higher than the $28 to $33 range it…

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