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By | Team Register 5th December 2005 14:33

Adobe completes Macromedia acquisition

Goes a bundle

Adobe has completed the acquisition of Macromedia Software and is marking territory on day one by hawking three bundles combining software from both companies.

The hard stuff comes a little later with the two operations beginning their integration later this week. This will see them "ensure a smooth transition and immediate value for customers, partners and investors". Which is nice.

The all stock deal, waved through by US regulators last week, sees Macromedia valued at $3.4bn. ®

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