Dell is trying to sell subsidiary Perot to pay EMC deal

Dec

15

2015

Dell tries subsidiary Perot Systems, an IT service provider, sell for more than $ 5 billion. The reason for this would be a shortage of cash while the American company is just in the middle of an acquisition of EMC, at a cost of 67 billion dollars.

The news comes from sources of tech news site Re / code. Those sources label the asking price further as ‘ambitious’. Dell would IT companies Tata Consultancy Services, Atos, Genpact and CGI have been approached with offers. To date, the efforts of Dell still something concrete. According to sources, Dell has been around since before the announcement of the EMC acquisition plans concerned with the display of Perot. Dell and co-owner of Dell, private equity -company Silver Lake, saddling themselves as part of the EMC acquisition with a debt of about $ 50 billion that the way companies try to work by selling parts from Dell. The US company bought Perot Systems in 2009 for 3.9 billion dollars.

In October, Michael Dell announced that its enterprise data storage giant EMC would take about 67 billion dollars. As part of the agreement, EMC had from October 12 sixty days to get a higher offer elsewhere. Last Saturday sixty days. The deal is Dell at one time the largest in the market for enterprise storage. EMC has 70,000 employees.

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