In Pictures: IT deal book of 2013

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Category: Network Management for Service Providers

Buyer: Cisco

Acquisition: Intucell

Why: Intucell provides self-optimizing network (SON) software used by mobile carriers to plan, configure, manage, optimize and heal cellular networks automatically. Cisco purchased this privately held Israeli company to bolster its offerings for service providers. Cisco intends to use Intucell technology to add a critical network intelligence layer to manage and optimize spectrum, coverage and capacity. Intucell is an Israeli startup funded by Bessemer Venture Partners.

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