Andrew buys part of Nortel's location business

Andrew has acquired certain assets of Nortel Networks' wireless location business. The deal will allow Andrew to expand its Geometrix mobile location system product line for commercial, consumer, and public-safety uses. Andrew said it plans to integrate Nortel's mobile-location products, services, and associated research and development resources into its Geometrix business. No financial details of the deal were released.

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