Rockwell Collins to acquire DataPath

  • 29-Apr-2009 12:36 EDT
Rockwell Collins Inc. announced plans to acquire DataPath Inc., a provider of satellite-based network communication solutions. With more than 600 employees around the world, DataPath designs, integrates, manages, and deploys satellite communication (SATCOM) systems for military and commercial customers. Its SATCOM solutions include multi-band SATCOM terminals, network control software to manage and control communication networks, and global field support services. Rockwell Collins will acquire all outstanding shares of DataPath in a cash transaction worth approximately $130 million.
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