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Short Take: Ericsson takes a stake in Dutch Telebit

Wireless equipment giant Ericsson announced it has taken a 75 percent stake in Danish company Telebit Communications, a developer of routing software based on Internet protocol, or IP. The investment, valued at $30 million, will allow Ericsson to integrate IP into its mobile networking equipment, according to the company. The investment in Telebit will be spread over the next two years.

Wireless equipment giant Ericsson announced it has taken a 75 percent stake in Danish company Telebit Communications, a developer of routing software based on Internet protocol, or IP. The investment, valued at $30 million, will allow Ericsson to integrate IP into its mobile networking equipment, according to the company. The investment in Telebit will be spread over the next two years.