DEALS: Ogo maker finds acquisition partner

Ogo maker finds acquisition partner; Brightpoint makes more inroads in phone distribution.






IXI Mobile

Israel Technology Acquisition

IXI Mobile merged with ITAC in a deal valued at $42M.

Privately held IXI Mobile sells the Ogo family of wireless devices that support instant messaging, e-mail and text messaging features, but no voice capabilities. Publicly traded ITAC plans to change its name to IXI Mobile when the merger is consummated.

Brightpoint Holdings


Brightpoint acquired Persequor for an undisclosed amount.

Persequor supplies a variety of products, services and software to customers in 15 countries in the African, Middle East and South Asian region.



Actix acquired Radioplan for an undisclosed amount.

The move expands Actix's presence into Germany and gives the company inroads into the automated wireless network optimization software markets in Europe, the U.S. and Asia.


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