Motorola Solutions acquires Twisted Pair software firm

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Motorola Solutions announced Thursday it has acquired Twisted Pair Solutions, a leader in push-to-talk over broadband applications for real-time communication. Terms were not disclosed.

Twisted Pair is a privately held software communications company whose Wave software turns smartphones, tablets and PCs into secure communication devices.

“Twisted Pair complements Motorola Solutions’ business, and we look forward to working with the Motorola team to leverage its strengths as a global industry leader to continue to enhance push-to-talk over broadband,” said Tom Guthrie, president and CEO of Twisted Pair, said in a news release.

Schaumburg-based Motorola Solutions provides communication solutions and services for business and government customers.

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