The most notable tech acquisitions of 2017, so far
Last year saw some massive tech acquisitions, with SoftBank purchasing Cambridge-based chipmakers ARM for a whopping $32 billion (£25 billion), HP snapping up Samsung's printer business and Oracle acquiring Netsuite, not to mention the mammoth news of Verizon agreeing to buy Yahoo Inc for $4.8 billion (£3.6 billion).
And 2017 is no different, with Intel, Google and SoftBank all making interesting and expensive tech acquisitions and the deal between Verizon and Yahoo finally being complete.
Here are the most notable tech acquisitions of 2017, so far.
To take a look back at 2016's top tech purchases, see 17 of the most notable tech acquisitions of 2016.
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HPE will offer SimpliVity's server management tools in its DL380 servers but will keep VMware in other hyperconverged servers
The Japanese business is betting big on ARM's ability to swamp the IoT and data centre markets with its low-power designs