Spectralink Corporation, a global provider of enterprise-grade voice and data solutions, has gone independent after its recent divestiture from Polycom (News - Alert). The company, now a privately owned venture, will relocate to its founding place in Boulder, Colorado and will provide employment to over 100 people in the city.
Spectralink delivers critical communications solutions to sectors such as retail, manufacturing, healthcare, etc. The North American operations of Spectralink will now be based in Boulder, Colorado with its European operations being carried out from Horsens, Denmark. The management aims to reinvent and realign the company. Its partners and other stakeholders have enough confidence in Spectralink and the company is now ready to embark on its own as a privately held company.
"We are thrilled to have completed the divestiture from Polycom and are now focusing on reinventing Spectralink for today's markets. We have a strong heritage, reputation and partnerships that we will certainly leverage, but also a strong commitment to a new way of looking at our business, markets and the solutions we develop," commented Sten Dyrmose, chief executive officer of Spectralink. "Our employees worldwide are united and determined to help our valued partners and customers deliver top-notch solutions, service and results to their customers. I couldn't be more proud and excited to lead this company."
Spectralink Corporation has been engaging in the manufacture, design, and sale of workplace wireless telephone systems. Founded in 1990 in Boulder, it was acquired by Polycom, the California based multinational in 2007. By December 2012 Polycom divested its wireless phone systems business and Spectralink is back to being an independent corporation.
Spectralink delivers wireless communication solutions through durable devices which have now made a foothold in the industry. Going back to the roots has its own advantages and the citizens are definitely glad to have more employment opportunities.
Edited by Rich Steeves