Done deals

Keane Group, Trican Well Service, Siemens, CD-adapco, SAP, Roambi, Rockdale Resources, Askarii, Intergraph/Hexagon, SigmaSpace, Eiker IT, Eurotech, Atos, Unify.

Keane Group is to acquire the US assets of Canadian Trican Well Service in a $247 million cash and paper transaction. The deal triples Keane’s frac capacity and brings access to proprietary technology and new engineering capabilities.

Siemens has acquired computational fluid dynamics simulation boutique CD-adapco in a $970 million stock purchase. The acquisition is a facet of Siemens’ ‘Vision 2020’ strategy for growth in its digital business and expansion of its industrial software portfolio.

SAP is ‘accelerating’ its shift to cloud computing with the acquisition of Roambi’s suite of ‘mobile-centric’ analytics and data visualization solutions and related key assets. SAP also unveiled a new predictive analytics offering which will be available real soon now. SAP predictive analytics leverages data in databases, SAP systems and big data sources such as Hadoop/Spark.

Rockdale Resources has signed a share exchange agreement with Askarii Resources whereby it will acquire Askarii in a transaction valued at $50,000. Askarii was founded in 2008 in the wake of Hurricane Ike and has been ‘dormant’ for the last few years.

Intergraph parent company Hexagon has acquired 3D mapping specialist SigmaSpace with its ‘single photon’ Lidar high speed 3D data collection technology. The unit is tipped as a ‘prime candidate’ for the US Geological Survey’s 3D elevation program, which is to create a comprehensive 3D map of the US.

Eiker IT is merging with Eurotech computer services Norway AS.

Atos has acquired communications specialist Unify from Gores Group and Siemens for €366 million cash plus assumption of debt and pension liabilities. The overall deal value is €590 million.

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