Spectralink leaves Polycom, returns to Boulder with 100-plus jobs

By: Steve Porter Friday February 22, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Polycom, Spectralink, Sten Dyrmose

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BOULDER - Spectralink Corp., a provider of wireless solutions for the workplace, announced its divestiture from Polycom has been finalized and the independent, privately-owned company will move its North American headquarters back to Boulder and bring more than 100 jobs back to the city.

"We are thrilled to have completed the divestiture from Polycom and now focus on reinventing Spectralink for today's markets," said Sten Dyrmose, CEO.

"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."

Spectralink was founded in Boulder in 1990 and was acquired by San Jose, Calif.-based Polycom in 2007. While Spectralink's North American operations will be based in Boulder, European operations will continue to be based in Horsens, Denmark, the company said.

Spectralink delivers on-site enterprise mobile communications solutions to sectors that include health care, retail, warehousing and manufacturing.

For more information, visit www.spectralink.com.

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