Dell's acquisition spree continues as the company acquired Clerity Solutions, a company that modernizes applications.
Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.
Dell said the plan is to lump Clerity in with the company's services unit so it can help move legacy applications to cloud and other modern architectures.
In a nutshell, Clerity "re-hosts" applications so customers can move them off their infrastructure. Clerity's flagship software is dubbed Unikix and the focus appears to be moving mainframe workloads to other computing systems.
Dell will absorb Clerity's 70 workers in its services unit.
On Monday, Dell acquired Wyse.