RadiSys to acquire Continuous Computing for LTE, small-cell experience

RadiSys announced it will acquire Continuous Computing for as much as $105 million in a bid to expand into new growth markets such as LTE and small-cell architecture. RadiSys will pay $73 million in cash and could pay an extra $18 million depending on certain performance benchmarks. Continuous Computing, while best known for its Trillium family of protocol stacks, is also involved in femtocells and traffic management techniques. Article

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