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25 Acquisitions That Paved The Way For Dell's Enterprise Evolution

Dell has spent $14 billion on acquisitions since 2006, and most of that money spent was on enterprise-focused companies. Here are the 25 most significant acquisitions made by the tech giant.

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How We Got Here

Dell, which until about two years ago was on an enterprise acquisition tear, is reportedly in advanced talks to buy storage giant EMC.

EMC has a market capitalization of nearly $50 billion. The acquisition would be one of the biggest in tech industry history, and it would make Dell an enterprise computing powerhouse alongside Hewlett-Packard and Cisco.

Since early 2006, Dell has spent a whopping $14 billion on 31 companies, most of them enterprise-focused. Here are Dell's most significant acquisitions, ranted by CRN in order of importance.

 
 
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