Hewlett Packard Enterprise reportedly paid less than $50m for the assets of Qualcomm Ventures and CapitalG-backed MapR, which had once been valued at more than $1bn.

Information technology group Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) bought the business assets of MapR Technologies, a US-based enterprise data software provider backed by internet technology conglomerate Alphabet and chipmaker Qualcomm, on Monday Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but a person privy to the deal told Forbes that HPE paid less than $50m, an…

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