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Broadcom to Acquire Symantec Enterprise Security Business for $10.7 Billion in C***

Expands Broadcom’s Infrastructure Software Footprint with Best-in-Class Suite of Integrated Enterprise Security Solutions

Broadcom, Inc., a global technology leader that designs, develops and supplies semiconductor and infrastructure software solutions, announced an agreement to acquire the enterprise security business of Symantec Corporation for $10.7 billion in c***. The addition of Symantec’s enterprise security portfolio will significantly expand Broadcom’s infrastructure software footprint as it continues to build one of the world’s leading infrastructure technology companies.

Hock Tan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Broadcom, said, “M&A has played a central role in Broadcom’s growth strategy and this transaction represents the next logical step in our strategy following our acquisitions of Brocade and CA Technologies. Symantec’s enterprise security business is recognized as an established leader in the growing enterprise security space and has developed some of the world’s most powerful defense solutions that protect against today’s evolving threat landscape and secure data from endpoint to cloud. We look forward to expanding our footprint of mission critical infrastructure software within our core Global 2000 customer base.”

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With product lines across endpoint security, web security services, cloud security and data loss prevention, Symantec’s enterprise security business offers its customers a best-in-class suite of integrated enterprise security solutions. Deploying Symantec’s enterprise security suite through Broadcom’s channels will strengthen its differentiated portfolio license agreement (PLA) strategy of offering significant overall savings to customers, while creating a predictable, recurring revenue stream for its business that will drive returns for shareholders.

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The transaction is expected to drive more than $2 billion of sustainable, incremental, run-rate revenues and approximately $1.3 billion of Pro Forma EBITDA, including synergies. The transaction is expected to generate more than $1 billion of run-rate cost synergies within 12 months following close. Additionally, Broadcom expects to achieve double-digit c***-on-c*** returns on its investment.

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