Trend Micro has entered into an agreement to acquire Hewlett-Packard's TippingPoint in a deal worth roughly $300 million.
Announced on Wednesday, HP said the company has signed a definitive agreement to divest network security business TippingPoint to global security firm Trend Micro.
TippingPoint is a developer of intrusion prevention software and network security solutions including perimeter defense and firewalls, catering for thousands of business clients. However, with Hewlett-Packard's upcoming corporate split, according to HP, the unit is no longer a fit.
They should focus on their Antivirus products for Entreprise consumers before spending money on that if you ask me.