Wed, Apr. 1, 12:43 PM
- Corning (GLW -1.7%) has bought iBwave Solutions, a Montreal-based provider of design/planning, modeling, and management software for in-building wireless networks. Terms are undisclosed.
- Corning states iBwave's software/services are "used by more than 600 global leading telecom operators, system integrators, and equipment manufacturers in more than 80 countries." The company will continue operating under the iBwave name, as a part of Corning's Optical Communications (fiber) unit.
- iBwave's products appear to complement Corning's ONE Wireless platform, which provides integrated mobile, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet backhaul for companies through a mixture of fiber/optical gear and Ethernet switches.
- Previously: Corning partners with Zhone for fiber/wireless enterprise solution
Apr. 10, 2012, 8:24 AMCorning (GLW) will acquire a majority of Becton Dickinson's (BDX) Discovery Labware unit for $730M in cash. Corning says the deal will enhance its portfolio of life sciences products and add to its effort to meet its $10B revenue target in the next few years. GLW +0.7%, BDX +0.7% premarket. | 1 Comment
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Corning Inc is engaged in manufacturing of specialty glass and ceramics. The Company's segments are Display Technologies, Optical Communications, Environmental Technologies, Specialty Materials and Life Sciences.
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