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March 16, 2001
Parallax Capital Partners, a private investment firm in Irvine, agreed to acquire the VistaSource software unit of Applix Inc., a Massachusetts provider of planning software for businesses and others for an undisclosed amount of cash. The transaction is expected to close by March 31, Applix said. Parallax acquires or invests in companies in the software, telecommunications and technology markets, focusing on businesses that generate $5 million to $25 million in revenue.
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January 10, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
CA Inc., a security and storage software maker, sold its MultiGen-Paradigm Inc. unit to Irvine-based investment company Parallax Capital Partners. Terms weren't disclosed. MultiGen-Paradigm makes 3D simulation systems for training U.S. soldiers and pilots for Boeing Co. and NASA, the companies said. CA, formerly Computer Associates International Inc., is based in Islandia, N.Y. MultiGen-Paradigm, based in San Jose, will have an office in Plano, Texas, Parallax said.
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January 10, 2006 | From Bloomberg News
CA Inc., a security and storage software maker, sold its MultiGen-Paradigm Inc. unit to Irvine-based investment company Parallax Capital Partners. Terms weren't disclosed. MultiGen-Paradigm makes 3D simulation systems for training U.S. soldiers and pilots for Boeing Co. and NASA, the companies said. CA, formerly Computer Associates International Inc., is based in Islandia, N.Y. MultiGen-Paradigm, based in San Jose, will have an office in Plano, Texas, Parallax said.
BUSINESS
March 16, 2001
Parallax Capital Partners, a private investment firm in Irvine, agreed to acquire the VistaSource software unit of Applix Inc., a Massachusetts provider of planning software for businesses and others for an undisclosed amount of cash. The transaction is expected to close by March 31, Applix said. Parallax acquires or invests in companies in the software, telecommunications and technology markets, focusing on businesses that generate $5 million to $25 million in revenue.
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