Paradial Acquired by Logitech

Logitech and ParadialLogitech International announced the acquisition of the assets of a leading provider of firewall and Network Address Translation traversal solutions for video communication based in Norway, Paradial AS.

Paradial’s technology enables seamless video calling between people inside the walls of an enterprise and those inside other enterprises or remote offices, while traversing any firewall while maintaining a very high level of security.

The acquisition of the company allows Logitech to closely integrate firewall and NAT traversal across its video communication product portfolio, enabling reliable and high-quality end-to-end High-Definition calling over highly protected networks.

“With the acquisition of Paradial, Logitech is taking another step toward delivering on our vision to bring seamless HD video communication to anyone, anywhere,” said Gerald P. Quindlen, Logitech president and chief executive officer. “By integrating Paradial’s technology into our future product portfolio, Logitech is uniquely positioned to deliver a complete and intuitive HD video conferencing experience for companies of any size.”

Almost all of the employees of Paradial, including the founders, will be a part of the LifeSize division of Logitech.

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