SpectraLink scoops up European provider

Business wireless technology firm SpectraLink has agreed to buy a leading independent European provider for $61.3 million. Under the deal, Denmark's Kirk Telecom will become a wholly owned subsidiary of SpectraLink while continuing to do business under the Kirk brand. SpectraLink is a top independent provider of mobile voice and messaging applications to businesses. Kirk is a privately owned manufacturer of wireless applications for businesses in Europe and Asia-Pacific. The combined companies will serve customers in more than 40 countries in North America, Europe and Asia.

For more on SpectraLink's acquisition of Kirk Telecom:
- check out this EE Times article

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