ECS Federal LLC announced that it has acquired InfoReliance, a provider of cybersecurity, cloud computing, software engineering solutions and managed services to government clients. InfoReliance is projected to add $150 million of revenue and expand ECS's agile software delivery capability supporting the Navy, USMC, USPS, FBI, the Intelligence Community and DOL. Kipps DeSanto was the financial advisor to InfoReliance. Deal terms were not disclosed.
AASKI Technology announced that it has acquired San Francisco-based ConnnectSolutions, a provider of private cloud managed services for secure virtual classroom training and web conferencing to commercial and federal government customers. ConnectSolutions will be called CoSo Cloud LLC, an AASKI company. DecisionPoint was the financial advisor to ConnectSolutions. Deal terms were not disclosed.
Deloitte announced that it has expanded its cloud services capabilities through its acquisition of Day1 Solutions Inc., a provider of cloud consulting services. Based in McLean, Virginia, Day1 provides systems integration, managed services, and VAR services to clients in government, healthcare, and other industries. Deal terms were not disclosed.
Booz Allen Hamilton announced that it has closed its previously announced deal for the acquisition of eGov Holdings Inc. (dba Aquilent). With about 310 employees, Aquilent provides digital, agile, DevOps, and cloud capabilities and is projected to add approximately $20 million of revenue through the rest of Booz Allen's fiscal year ending March 31, 2017. Aquilent's clients include the US Department of Health and Human Services, US Postal Service, and GSA. Prior to closing, Aquilent divested its Navy SeaPort-e Portal contract to Octo Consulting Group in order to resolve potential OCI issues.
MacAulay-Brown Inc. (MacB) announced that it has acquired Enlighten IT Consulting (EITC), a provider of secure cloud engineering, big data analytics, and software solutions in the Defense, Intelligence, and Commercial markets. EITC's customers include US Army Cyber Command, DISA, and US Cyber Command. The company's offering include its Rapid Analytic Deployment and Management Framework, network operations monitoring, cyber threat detection and mitigation, and insider threat identification.
EITC will continue to operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of MacB. Deal tearms were not disclosed. Bluestone Capital Partners served as the financial advisor to EITC.
QTS Realty Trust announced that it has acquired the sole rights to VMware's vCloud Government Service, a FedRAMP compliant cloud solution. The platform will now be called QTS Government Cloud and QTS will wholly own and control the infrastructure supporting the platform.
According to the press release: "The QTS Government Cloud continues to be an exclusive Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Community Cloud for government agencies that speeds their path to cloud adoption by supporting both traditional and hybrid system deployments."
Deal terms were not disclosed.
Arlington Capital Partners announced that it has acquired EOIR Technologies Inc. Based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, EOIR and its 400 employees provides cloud computing, big data analytics, advanced visualization, C4ISR, spectrum-related information dominance, smart sensing, training and simulation, and rapid prototyping solutions to the DoD and Intelligence Community. The company has prime positions on large contract vehicles with Army CERDEC ($995 million ceiling), Office of Naval Research ($800 million ceiling), and Army Research Lab ($250 million ceiling). Deal terms were not disclosed.
PrismTech announced that it has been acquired by ADLINK Technology Inc., a provider of application-ready intelligent platforms. PrismTech is a provider of software platforms and tools for the Internet of Things (IoT), industrial Internet, and wireless communications to clients in markets including industrial automation, smart cities, energy, transportation, healthcare, aerospace, defense, IT and networks.
So what does PrismTech's products actually do? From the press release: "PrismTech’s Vortex intelligent data-connectivity platform provides efficient, secure and interoperable internet scale real-time data-sharing. Vortex is a key enabler for systems that have to reliably and securely deliver high volumes of real-time data with stringent end-to-end qualities-of-service. The recently announced Vortex 2.0 platform enables Internet-scale seamless and secure data-connectivity across embedded, web, mobile and enterprise systems, and provides best-in-class support for Fog and Cloud computing architectures."
Deal terms were not disclosed.
Thales announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire San Jose-based Vormetric, a provider of data protection solutions for $400M. According to the press release, "Vormetric is the industry leader in data security solutions that protect data-at-rest across physical, big data and cloud environments. With a workforce of 200 employees, Vormetric helps over 1,500 enterprises, including 17 of the US top 30 companies, to protect their sensitive data from both internal and external threats. The company’s scalable Vormetric Data Security Platform protects any file, any database and any application’s data — anywhere it resides — with a high performance, market-leading solution set."
Investors in Vormetric include JK&B Capital, QTV Capital, Quicksilver Ventures, Sigma Partners, Split Rock Partners, and Vanguard Ventures.
The company's revenue is projected to reach $75M for the current fiscal year which implies a revenue multiple of 4x revenue. The deal is expected to close during the first quarter of 2016.
Blue Coat Systems Inc. announced that it has acquired Perspecsys, a venture-backed provider of enterprise cloud data protection solutions. According to the company's press release: "With this acquisition, Blue Coat significantly expands its cloud security offerings while enhancing the industry’s most robust hybrid cloud portfolio. This expanded portfolio positions Blue Coat as a leader in the Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) segment and sets a new bar for data protection within cloud applications."
Perspecsys' Cloud Data Protection platform makes public clouds private by ensuring key data compliance, privacy and security for enterprises adopting cloud-based applications. Investors included Intel Capital, Paladin Capital, and Ascent Venture Partners.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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