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IT Firm iNovex Acquires Mercury Systems’ Intell Analytics Business

INovex Information Systems has bought the intelligence analytics business of Mercury Systems for an undisclosed amount in a move aimed at growing iNovex’s customer base and market presence. BB&T Capital Markets/Windsor Group acted as the financial adviser to Mercury Systems on the transaction, BB&T Capital Markets said. Maryland-based iNovex offers …

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Intel to Market Cloudera’s Big Data Analytics Offering; Jason Waxman Comments

Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) has invested an undisclosed sum in startup company Cloudera and will market the latter firm’s big data analytics software, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday. Don Clark and Deborah Gage write that Intel intends for the investment to help Cloudera further its Hadoop offering. “We are making the biggest data-center …

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In-Q-Tel-Backed Platfora Gets $38M in Venture Capital; Ben Werther Comments

A big data analytics company funded by In-Q-Tel has received a $38 million investment in the latest round of venture capital from firms such as Tenaya Capital, Citi Ventures and Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO). Platfora now has $65 million in total financing and intends to further bring big data analytics technology into a “fact-based …

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IBM to Buy In-Q-Tel Backed Database Service Provider Cloudant; Sean Poulley Comments

IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM) has agreed to buy database service provider Cloudant Inc. for an undisclosed amount in order for IBM to grow its big data and analytics, cloud computing and mobile offerings. Cloudant will operate within IBM’s information and analytics business unit, part of the software and systems group, …

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Bob Kipps: 2013 GovCon M&A Slowing ‘To a Trickle’

GovCon M&A Activity Slows to a Trickle Bob Kipps, Managing Director, KippsDeSanto & Company The hangover to last year’s deal frenzy continues. As mentioned last month, deal announcements during the first part of 2013 are likely to be well below the past levels given the compression of deals into 2012–for …

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