M&A Activity- CA, Inc Acquires NetQoS for $200 Million

CA, Inc. announced yesterday the acquisition of NetQoS, Inc. for $200 million. NetQoS will initially operate as an independent entity with the CA structure, with stand alone NetQoS products being offered.

Ajei Gopal, EVP of Products and Technology Group at CA, said “NetQoS enhances CA’s ability to help enterprise IT organizations and service providers deliver reliable, flexible, and cost-effective IT and business services. We can now offer customers the ability to deliver service-centric insight into network, systems and application performance, across physical, virtual and cloud environments, with no visibility gaps.”

Joe Trammell, senior VP and general manager at CA and former CEO at NetQoS, said “Bringing CA and NetQoS together offers tremendous value to organizations challenged with delivering business-critical applications across increasingly complex network infrastructures. CA offers a powerful platform to grow NetQoS, both as a stand-alone solution and through integrations with its highly successful service assurance portfolio.”

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