Motorola Solutions has acquired Twisted Pair Solutions, which specializes in push-to-talk over broadband. The software can be used for secure, real-time communication on any device with broadband connectivity.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Twisted Pair’s Wave software integrates voice, text messaging, location and presence in a single application. The company caters to businesses and government agencies looking to create secure communications systems that can be used by employees, in or out of the office.
A Wave-based system can be deployed as an on-premise enterprise solution or as a private managed cloud solution providing deployment choices to our customers and partners.
The Wave platform works with a variety of communications systems, including land mobile radios, and PBXs, regardless of network, carrier, protocol or device.
“Motorola Solutions is committed to continuing to provide its customers and partners with leading, best-in-class push-to-talk solutions. We recognize that our customers have multiple communications technology options for connecting land mobile radios, wireless broadband networks and smart devices. The acquisition of Twisted Pair enables Motorola Solutions to address all of those choices and accelerate push-to-talk expansion across multiple technologies,” said Bob Schassler, senior vice president, Government Solutions, Motorola Solutions.
Twisted Pair now is a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Solutions and will be integrated into Motorola Solutions’ Government Solutions business.