Nokia is stepping up efforts in wireless networking and acquiring Unium
|Nokia is stepping up efforts in wireless networking and acquiring Unium|
Nokia officially announced that it has acquired Unium, a specialist in the development of wireless signal dispensers, to accelerate the development of this type of device at home.
Unium has recently been successful in developing mesh-based networks that ensure the same quality signal distribution throughout the house without being affected by thick walls or wireless signals from other sources.
Unium collaborated with the US Defense Agency and with Alphabet Inc, a subsidiary of Google Fiber. On the acquisition, the company's CEO said the team was very happy to join Nokia to collaborate with its team and take advantage of the great technological innovations it has developed in the field of networking and communications.
The value of the deal is not yet known, but it is a new step in Nokia's move to develop wireless signal distribution devices at home, ensuring high-quality signal delivery at all times.