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2/24/2012 7:06 AM ET

Dell Inc. (DELL: Quote) said it has purchased AppAssure, a backup software technology company, with the acquisition further extending Dell's comprehensive storage and software strategy.

Dell has taken significant steps over the past 3 years to expand its storage portfolio to offer customers a complete range of world-class storage products and solutions. The company noted that AppAssure's backup solutions enhance its existing storage capabilities by providing customers confidence that their applications and data are fully protected.

Najaf Husain, president and CEO, AppAssure noted, "Combining Dell's global brand, scale, reach and existing storage portfolio with our innovative technology provides customers with world-class data protection and recovery capabilities in their virtual, physical and cloud environments."

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