DEALS: ADC, Andrew merger in $2B deal


ADC, Andrew merge in $2B deal; Motorola buys TTPCom for $193M


DEALS

WHO

WITH

WHAT

SCOOP

ADC

Andrew

The two will merge in a $2B deal

The combined company will target the converged market.

Motorola

TTPCom

Motorola is buying TTPCom for $193M

TTPCom makes mobile-phone applications, protocols and silicon. Motorola uses the company's Ajar platform.

Nokia

LLC Communications

Nokia will buy LLC's U.S.-based network deployment operations.

Analysts value the deal at more than $100 million.

Nokia

Vodafone

Nokia sold its assets in Telsim for $341.3M

Nokia sold its ownership to Vodafone through an arrangement between Telsim and the Turkish Savings and Deposit Insurance Fund.

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