Summary:

After buying Good Technology last week, Motorola said today it is buying the Emeryville, CA-based broadband hardware provider Netopia in a deal valued around $208 million. Motorola said the purchase will help the company in the DSL and IPTV markets, and will enable it to now […]

After buying Good Technology last week, Motorola said today it is buying the Emeryville, CA-based broadband hardware provider Netopia in a deal valued around $208 million. Motorola said the purchase will help the company in the DSL and IPTV markets, and will enable it to now sell home media hubs, voice gateways, and IP set-tops.

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