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Motorola Solutions Takes Full Ownership of Vertex LMR

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Motorola Solutions Takes Full Ownership of Vertex Standard LMR (12/28/11)
Motorola Solutions is taking full ownership of the Vertex Standard LMR business. The effective date for the reorganization will be Jan. 1, 2012. Motorola Solutions previously owned 80 percent of the company.

“There is no change for Motorola Solutions customers and partners,” said Tama McWhinney, corporate communications, Motorola Solutions. “Vertex Standard LMR products will continue to be available through the normal Vertex Standard channels.”

Jun Hasegawa, president and CEO of Vertex Standard, announced the corporate reorganization. “After four years of joint venture with Motorola, we have decided to transfer the Vertex Standard LMR business to Motorola and focus on Amateur, Marine and Air-band business,” he said in a letter to customers.

Vertex Standard will once again be Yaesu Musen; a name business partners have been familiar with for over 50 years, Hasegawa said.
 

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This is the third thread about this topic, that I have seen.

Please read the first one.
 
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