CBLK - カ―ボン・ブラック (Carbon Black Inc.) カ―ボン・ブラック

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symbol CBLK
会社名 Carbon Black Inc (カ―ボン・ブラック)
分野(sector) Technology   ハイテク
産業(industry) Computer Software: Prepackaged Software  
業種 インタ―ネットサ―ビス   IT・通信(IT_Communications)
概要 事業概要 カーボン・ブラック(Carbon Black Inc.)は世代端末セキュリティソリューションを提供する企業である。クラウドベースのセキュリティプラットフォームは、豊富なフィルタリングされていないンドポイントデータの記録と分析し、分析プラットフォームを使用して、エンドポイントのセキュリティライフサイクル全体を解決する強力でデータ集約的なソリューションを顧客に提供する。同社のソリューションにより、顧客は、サイバー攻撃が事故やデータ侵害を引き起こす前に、サイバー攻撃の予測、予防、検出、対応、修復を行うことができる。アプリケーション制御、エンドポイント検出と応答(EDR)、世代アンチウィルス(NGAV)という複数のエンドポイントセキュリティカテゴリに技術ソリューションを提供することにも注力する。また、フィルタリングされていないデータ収集、独自のデータ整形、ストリーミング分析、拡張可能でオープンなアーキテクチャを含むエンドポイントセキュリティライフサイクルに取り組み、顧客がセキュリティ姿勢を改善できるアプローチを開発する。   カ―ボン・ブラックは米国のセキュリティ―・ソリュ―ション・プロバイダ―。次世代型セキュリティ―サ―ビスとIT運用サ―ビスをクラウド経由で提供。同社の集約型保護プラットフォ―ムは、ビッグデ―タ分析を全てのエンドポイントに適用する。現在の攻撃だけでなく、将来起こりうる攻撃や未知の攻撃を予測し、それらを防御する。本社所在地はマサチュ―セッツ州ウォルサム。   Carbon Black, Inc. engages in the provision of endpoint security services. Its software solutions include Cb defense, Cb responcs, Cb protection, Cb defense for vmware, and Cb Threatsight. It focuses on delivering endpoint protection for desktops and servers through application control. Carbon Black was founded by Todd Brennan, Allen Hillery, John Hanratty, and Michael Viscuso on December 19, 2002 and is headquartered in Waltham, MA.
本社所在地 1100 Winter Street Waltham MA 02451 USA
代表者氏名 Patrick Morley パトリック・モリー
代表者役職名 President Chief Executive Officer and Board Member
電話番号 +1 617-393-7400
設立年月日 37591
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear 2018年
従業員数 932人
url www.carbonblack.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/cblk
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) -58.78000
終値(lastsale) 19.09
時価総額(marketcap) 1294935616.19
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 1242.704
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 185.61900
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 164.207
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) -303.72700
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 Carbon Black Inc revenues increased 33% to $99.4M. Net loss applicable to common stockholders increased from $33.1M to $245.4M. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Higher net loss reflects Sales and marketing - Balancing value increase of 34% to $63.7M (expense).

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   Once Ripe for Taking, Computer Security Market Reveals Winners—and Losers—Cyber Saturday  2019/09/21 16:43:37 Fortune
The "endpoint" cybersecurity era is ending—HP bought Bromium, VMware took Carbon Black, Symantec sale rumored—as winners like CrowdStrike arise.
   Carbon Black (CBLK) Catches Eye: Stock Jumps 6.3%  2019/08/26 14:16:00 Zacks Investment Research
Carbon Black (CBLK) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.
   A steadfast VMware bear says that the $4.8 billion it's spending on big acquisitions doesn't change its stagnating growth: 'We still have concerns' (VMW, DELL)  2019/08/24 12:20:00 Business Insider
VMware confirmed the speculation that it was buying its sister company Pivotal — and surprised Wall Street street by announcing a second multi-billion acquisition of Carbon Black, as well. The Pivotal deal is valued at $2.7 billion, and the Carbon Black deal is valued at $2.1 billion. Often when a billionaire has total control over multiple companies and one of his companies buys another when it hits a rough patch, it's not a good sign. In this case, there are some good reasons for VMware to have bought Pivotal. And Carbon Black speaks to a growth area for VMware: End-user computing. Unfortunately, the deals won't help some troubling signs in VMware's main business, Nomura Instinet analyst Christopher Eberle says, who rates the stock a "sell." Click here for more BI Prime stories. On Thursday, VMware shocked no one by confirming that it was re-acquiring Pivotal, the software company it spun out in 2012, not long after it confirmed that it was in acquisition talks. It agreed to pay roughly $2.7 billion for the company, which, like VMware, is a Dell subsidiary.
   Analysts Weigh In On VMware Earnings, Buyout Deals  2019/08/23 15:27:10 Benzinga
VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW ) shares tumbled on Friday after the company reported a mostly in-line second quarter and announced two big acquisitions. In addition to the highly-anticipated $2.7 billion deal for Pivotal Software Inc (NYSE: PVTL ), VMware also took the market by surprise by announcing a $2.1 billion acquisition of security software company Carbon Black Inc (NASDAQ: CBLK ), which had been the subject of buyout rumors for weeks. Several analysts have weighed in on VMWare following its earnings report and news of its spending spree. Here’s a sampling of what they’ve had to say. Deals Overshadow Solid Quarter Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said both of the acquisitions make sense for VMWare and should ultimately increase the company’s SaaS and hybrid cloud subscriptions by more than $3 billion. “For FY2Q, VMW reported a solid quarter that featured growth … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Dow Jones Futures: Fed Chief Jerome Powell Speech Key For Stock Market Rally; Salesforce, VMware Buoy Software Sector  2019/08/23 11:52:11 Yahoo Finance
Stock futures: Fed chief Jerome Powell gives a key speech for the stock market Friday. Salesforce earnings as well as VMware deals to buy Pivotal and Carbon Black lifted software late.
   Once Ripe for Taking, Computer Security Market Reveals Winners—and Losers—Cyber Saturday  2019/09/21 16:43:37 Fortune
The "endpoint" cybersecurity era is ending—HP bought Bromium, VMware took Carbon Black, Symantec sale rumored—as winners like CrowdStrike arise.
   Carbon Black (CBLK) Catches Eye: Stock Jumps 6.3%  2019/08/26 14:16:00 Zacks Investment Research
Carbon Black (CBLK) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.
   A steadfast VMware bear says that the $4.8 billion it's spending on big acquisitions doesn't change its stagnating growth: 'We still have concerns' (VMW, DELL)  2019/08/24 12:20:00 Business Insider
VMware confirmed the speculation that it was buying its sister company Pivotal — and surprised Wall Street street by announcing a second multi-billion acquisition of Carbon Black, as well. The Pivotal deal is valued at $2.7 billion, and the Carbon Black deal is valued at $2.1 billion. Often when a billionaire has total control over multiple companies and one of his companies buys another when it hits a rough patch, it's not a good sign. In this case, there are some good reasons for VMware to have bought Pivotal. And Carbon Black speaks to a growth area for VMware: End-user computing. Unfortunately, the deals won't help some troubling signs in VMware's main business, Nomura Instinet analyst Christopher Eberle says, who rates the stock a "sell." Click here for more BI Prime stories. On Thursday, VMware shocked no one by confirming that it was re-acquiring Pivotal, the software company it spun out in 2012, not long after it confirmed that it was in acquisition talks. It agreed to pay roughly $2.7 billion for the company, which, like VMware, is a Dell subsidiary.
   Analysts Weigh In On VMware Earnings, Buyout Deals  2019/08/23 15:27:10 Benzinga
VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW ) shares tumbled on Friday after the company reported a mostly in-line second quarter and announced two big acquisitions. In addition to the highly-anticipated $2.7 billion deal for Pivotal Software Inc (NYSE: PVTL ), VMware also took the market by surprise by announcing a $2.1 billion acquisition of security software company Carbon Black Inc (NASDAQ: CBLK ), which had been the subject of buyout rumors for weeks. Several analysts have weighed in on VMWare following its earnings report and news of its spending spree. Here’s a sampling of what they’ve had to say. Deals Overshadow Solid Quarter Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said both of the acquisitions make sense for VMWare and should ultimately increase the company’s SaaS and hybrid cloud subscriptions by more than $3 billion. “For FY2Q, VMW reported a solid quarter that featured growth … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Dow Jones Futures: Fed Chief Jerome Powell Speech Key For Stock Market Rally; Salesforce, VMware Buoy Software Sector  2019/08/23 11:52:11 Yahoo Finance
Stock futures: Fed chief Jerome Powell gives a key speech for the stock market Friday. Salesforce earnings as well as VMware deals to buy Pivotal and Carbon Black lifted software late.
   Once Ripe for Taking, Computer Security Market Reveals Winners—and Losers—Cyber Saturday  2019/09/21 16:43:37 Fortune
The "endpoint" cybersecurity era is ending—HP bought Bromium, VMware took Carbon Black, Symantec sale rumored—as winners like CrowdStrike arise.
   Carbon Black (CBLK) Catches Eye: Stock Jumps 6.3%  2019/08/26 14:16:00 Zacks Investment Research
Carbon Black (CBLK) saw a big move last session, as its shares jumped more than 6% on the day, amid huge volumes.
   A steadfast VMware bear says that the $4.8 billion it's spending on big acquisitions doesn't change its stagnating growth: 'We still have concerns' (VMW, DELL)  2019/08/24 12:20:00 Business Insider
VMware confirmed the speculation that it was buying its sister company Pivotal — and surprised Wall Street street by announcing a second multi-billion acquisition of Carbon Black, as well. The Pivotal deal is valued at $2.7 billion, and the Carbon Black deal is valued at $2.1 billion. Often when a billionaire has total control over multiple companies and one of his companies buys another when it hits a rough patch, it's not a good sign. In this case, there are some good reasons for VMware to have bought Pivotal. And Carbon Black speaks to a growth area for VMware: End-user computing. Unfortunately, the deals won't help some troubling signs in VMware's main business, Nomura Instinet analyst Christopher Eberle says, who rates the stock a "sell." Click here for more BI Prime stories. On Thursday, VMware shocked no one by confirming that it was re-acquiring Pivotal, the software company it spun out in 2012, not long after it confirmed that it was in acquisition talks. It agreed to pay roughly $2.7 billion for the company, which, like VMware, is a Dell subsidiary.
   Analysts Weigh In On VMware Earnings, Buyout Deals  2019/08/23 15:27:10 Benzinga
VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW ) shares tumbled on Friday after the company reported a mostly in-line second quarter and announced two big acquisitions. In addition to the highly-anticipated $2.7 billion deal for Pivotal Software Inc (NYSE: PVTL ), VMware also took the market by surprise by announcing a $2.1 billion acquisition of security software company Carbon Black Inc (NASDAQ: CBLK ), which had been the subject of buyout rumors for weeks. Several analysts have weighed in on VMWare following its earnings report and news of its spending spree. Here’s a sampling of what they’ve had to say. Deals Overshadow Solid Quarter Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives said both of the acquisitions make sense for VMWare and should ultimately increase the company’s SaaS and hybrid cloud subscriptions by more than $3 billion. “For FY2Q, VMW reported a solid quarter that featured growth … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Dow Jones Futures: Fed Chief Jerome Powell Speech Key For Stock Market Rally; Salesforce, VMware Buoy Software Sector  2019/08/23 11:52:11 Yahoo Finance
Stock futures: Fed chief Jerome Powell gives a key speech for the stock market Friday. Salesforce earnings as well as VMware deals to buy Pivotal and Carbon Black lifted software late.

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