HPE exec: MapR's troubles didn't influence our decision to acquire

Marian McHugh
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Acquisition of data platform's business assets will include employees and property, VP of big data confirms

Data platform company MapR's recent financial struggles didn't influence HPE's decision to acquire its business assets, according to Patrick Osborne, VP of big data and secondary storage at the ven...

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