Nimboxx has acquired software business Verde from Virtual Bridges. 

Verde develops desktop virtualization software that aims to provide secure access to devices that run Windows and Linux. The product is being sold by Virtual Bridges, an Austin-based business that develops desktop virtualization technology. Virtual Bridges has $4 million in venture capital backing from Austin Ventures.

Nimboxx will be able to offer Verde's technology to its customers, and the buyer says it should help it develop a software-defined data center in-a-box service for companies more quickly.

Austin, Texas-based Nimboxx develops an all-in-one device that acts as a server, storage, networking and security product. The company has $12 million in venture capital backing from SMC Holdings.

Other recent software deals have come from ThinkingPhones, which bought Contactive earlier in February, and DataStax, which acquired Aurelius, also in February. 

 

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