Fortinet swallows Meru for $44m

Hannah Breeze
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Rumours of a sale reappeared in January

Meru Networks has been acquired by Fortinet, more than six years after rumours first appeared that the firm was searching for a backer. The security company grabbed Meru in a deal worth $44m (£2...

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