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The 10 Biggest Tech Acquisitions Of 2014 (So Far)

Companies have been on an acquisition spree so far in 2014. From Dimension Data's Nexus acquisition, to Lenovo's x86 server and Motorola Mobility buys, to major telecom mergers, take a look back at the biggest blockbuster acquisitions of 2014 so far.

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Dimension Data Acquires Nexus

In an acquisition that brought together two solution provider powerhouses, Dimension Data, No. 13 on CRN's Solution Provider 500 list, revealed it had acquired Nexus, No. 78 on CRN's 2013 SP500 and No. 80 on CRN's Fast Growth 150 list, for an undisclosed amount. Dimension Data CEO Mark Slaga told CRN at the time that the $6 billion global solution provider was "shaking up the channel community" with the deal, shifting the balance of power for U.S. Cisco solution providers and growing Dimension Data's U.S. presence by 40 percent.

Nexus wasn't Dimension Data's only acquisition of the year. In February, it acquired European solution provider NextiraOne and in May acquired cloud video managed services business Teliris.

 
 
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