Leeds telecoms business Simentic acquired by Texas company

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Simentic Telecom, a Leeds-based provider of mobile solutions and telecoms solutions, has been acquired by a Texan business Tango Networks.

Tango said the deal creates a “ground-breaking portfolio of global mobile communications solutions uniquely focused on the mobility needs of today’s distributed enterprises”.

Together the companies will supply enterprises, hosted communications providers and telecom resellers with a comprehensive portfolio of communications services that revolutionize enterprise mobility.

According to Tango, the combined offerings will be the industry’s first to seamlessly integrate “mobile native” voice, text and data communications with enterprise telephony and applications.

Simetric is now operating as a subsidiary of Tango Networks. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

MD Gavin Sweet said: “Joining forces with Tango Networks will raise our service offerings and market reach to an entirely new level.

“We have always delivered innovative services that create a truly unified telecommunications experience for customers. Now with Tango Networks we are positioned in the vanguard of the new enterprise mobility revolution.”

Doug Bartek, CEO of Tango Networks added:  “The Simetric and Tango Networks combination creates an unmatched portfolio of solutions for enterprise mobile communications.

“We’re committed to providing Simetric’s community of partners and resellers with the same reliable, innovative services and high level of support that they have received from Simetric over the years.”