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By | John Oates 19th March 2008 16:10

EDS hoovers up Reading networking firm

Nexagent says yes to EDS

EDS has bought Reading-based firm Nexagent. Nexagent makes software for companies to design, manage, and provision virtual private networks, especially those for large companies which might include several regions.

EDS said the buy was part of ongoing investments into its networking capabilities. It reckons Nexagent will mean it can get customers onto the EDS network more quickly and cheaply.

Nexagent staff will move to EDS and report to its EMEA HQ in Stockley Park.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

Press release available here. ®

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