Schaumburg, Ill. and Seattle, WA (January 2, 2014) – Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI) today announced that it has acquired Twisted Pair Solutions, a recognized leader in push-to-talk over broadband applications for secure, real-time communication anywhere, on any device. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Twisted Pair is a privately held software communications company whose WAVE® software transforms smartphones, tablets and PCs into powerful, secure communication solutions that provide integrated voice, text messaging, location and presence in one application that serves global public and private sector customers. Twisted Pair’s WAVE Desktop, Dispatch and Web applications provide customers choices in their dispatch communications and unify communications among teams of workers, whether in their office or mobile. The WAVE communications platform provides interoperability to extend land mobile radios, PBXs and other communication systems, allowing teams of employees, whether mobile or in their offices, to effectively communicate through voice, text and data – securely, reliably and in real time – regardless of network, carrier, protocol or device.
McKesson and MedVentive Performance Management and Care Coordination Expertise Support Better Health 2020 Strategy
Atlanta, GA (September 24, 2012) – Today McKesson announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire MedVentive, a leading provider of population and risk management tools that drive transparency in healthcare cost and quality. MedVentive’s solutions will augment McKesson’s capabilities and experience to support providers as they become clinically integrated, engage physicians and patients to reduce costs, and transition to risk-bearing models such as accountable care. These areas are core to Better Health 2020™, McKesson Technology Solutions’ strategy to support customers’ use of information technology for better business, better care and better connectivity. Continue reading
San Jose, CA (February 4, 2011) – Cisco today announced its intent to acquire privately-held Inlet Technologies, a leading provider of Adaptive Bit Rate (ABR) digital media processing platforms. Based in Raleigh, N.C., Inlet will strengthen the capabilities of Cisco’s Videoscape TV platform, allowing service and content providers to deliver compelling video experiences to any device over any Internet Protocol (IP) network. Continue reading
Santa Clara, CA (May 25, 2010) – McAfee, Inc. (NYSE:MFE) today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately owned Trust Digital. Trust Digital is a leading technology provider of enterprise mobility management and security software targeting Global 2000 companies and is deployed by a growing number of businesses to deliver mission critical data to the point of service using Apple iPhones and iPads. McAfee expects that Trust Digital’s strong foot-hold in the mobile security market will extend McAfee’s endpoint market, addressing a wide range of mobile operating systems including iPhone OS, Android, Web OS, Windows Mobile, and Symbian. Continue reading
Atlanta, GA (October 21, 2009) – Equifax Inc. (NYSE:EFX) announced today that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire IXI Corporation, a leader in collecting, analyzing and delivering consumer wealth and asset data. Equifax will pay $124 million in cash for the company.
With its proprietary measures of wealth, assets, income, spending and other data, IXI helps its clients better segment households, resulting in improved marketing and customer management. IXI’s client base includes leading companies in the financial services industry such as banks and brokerage firms and emerging opportunities in the insurance and healthcare industries. Continue reading
Web-Based Storage Company Acquired for $124 Million
Washington, DC (September 11, 2008) – Core Capital Partners, a leading venture capital firm that invests in high-growth technology companies, today announced the sale of SwapDrive Inc., a web-based storage company, to Symantec Corp. Symantec, a global leader in providing security, storage, and systems management for businesses and consumers, acquired the Washington-based company for $124 million. Continue reading