Google takes over company that worked on 5g

Jun

20

2014

Google acquires a company that was engaged in the development of 5g, the successor to current 4G networks. The search engine company has also acquired a company that specialized in video ads.

Google confirms the acquisition of Alpental in a statement to GeekWire, but does not address the reason for the acquisition. The Seattle-based company Alpental is one of several former investigators provider Clearwire and GeekWire also speculates that it has something to do with Google’s branch offering fiber to consumers.

The search engine company has also acquired mDialog, turns from a post on Google+. mDialog makes technology for video ads that Google can focus on its video site. include The DoubleClick division of Google would get to work with mDialog. Further details on the acquisitions, such as the amount that it involves, Google does not.

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