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Conclusion of Cisco's Splunk Acquisition Marks $28 Billion Milestone

  • Posted on March 19, 2024
  • Business

Cisco has officially completed its acquisition of Splunk for USD 28 billion, marking a significant milestone in the realm of cybersecurity and observability. This merger aims to revolutionize data utilization for organizational connectivity and protection in the era of generative AI. Industry leaders applaud this strategic move for its potential to redefine digital landscape visibility and security.

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The acquisition of Splunk by Cisco has reached its conclusion, marking a significant milestone in the technology industry. Cisco, a prominent player in networking, has successfully finalized the purchase of Splunk, a leader in cybersecurity and observability solutions, for a staggering USD 28 billion. This strategic move signals a pivotal moment in the era of generative AI, where data utilization and security are paramount.

Chuck Robbins, Chair and CEO of Cisco expressed his excitement about welcoming Splunk officially into the Cisco family. He emphasized the transformative potential of this acquisition in leveraging data to enhance organizational connectivity and protection, thus contributing to the advancement of the AI revolution.

With this acquisition, Cisco aims to amalgamate the strengths of its networking expertise with Splunk's market-leading security and observability solutions. The goal is to provide organizations with a unified, real-time view of their digital landscape, empowering them to proactively defend critical infrastructure, prevent outages, and optimize network experiences.

Gary Steele, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Splunk, highlighted the value proposition that the merger brings to joint customers globally. The combination of Splunk and Cisco's capabilities across AI, security, and visibility is expected to deliver unprecedented benefits to organizations seeking enhanced digital insights and protection.

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Industry voices, including Julie Sweet, Chair and CEO of Accenture, have congratulated Cisco on this strategic move. They anticipate significant opportunities for clients in the future as a result of this collaboration between two industry leaders.

The completion of the Splunk acquisition by Cisco signifies a transformative shift in the technology landscape, with implications for cybersecurity, data utilization, and organizational visibility. This strategic maneuver is poised to redefine how organizations harness data to navigate the complexities of the digital age.

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