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Motorola Solutions Buys Twisted Pair Solutions

Motorola Solutions, Inc. (MSI) said Thursday that it has bought privately held software communications company Twisted Pair Solutions.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Twisted Pair's WAVE software transforms smartphones, tablets and PCs into powerful, secure communication solutions that provide integrated voice, text messaging, location and presence in one application that serves global public and private sector customers. 

Twisted Pair's WAVE Desktop, Dispatch and Web applications provide customers choices in their dispatch communications and unify communications among teams of workers, whether in their office or mobile. The WAVE communications platform provides interoperability to extend land mobile radios, PBXs and other communication systems, allowing teams of employees, whether mobile or in their offices, to effectively communicate through voice, text and data - securely, reliably and in real time - regardless of network, carrier, protocol or device.

Twisted Pair will be integrated into Motorola Solutions' Government Solutions business.

by RTT Staff Writer

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