May 16, 2011 – Infrastructure software provider Autonomy Corporation stated plans to pay $380 million for digital archiving, e-discovery and recovery products from the digital division of Iron Mountain.

Announcing an intention to boost its cloud security and digital data protection, Autonomy will add products such as Connected for nonregulatory and structured data into its existing cloud platform, according to a company news release. Attached to the deal are more than 6,000 customers and six petabytes of data., which would put its number of customers at about 25,000, according to a company news release.

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