Nokia, the Telecoms, IT and consumer electronics company, acquired InTalk Corporation, a developer of wireless LAN access point products.
Founded in 1996, InTalk, a privately owned US-based company, designs and develops wireless LAN components and products. The company sells directly to corporate customers and through OEM channels. InTalk offices are located in San Jose, California and Cambridge, UK. InTalk's product portfolio consists of Wireless LAN access point products. With InTalk's wireless solutions, businesses can leverage the freedom of wireless LANs to gain access to network files, the Internet, e-mail, video and even video teleconferencing from any location. he company's products focus on data communications and are designed to support the next generations of higher speed wireless solutions.
Nokia used to be the world's leading mobile phone supplier and a leading supplier of mobile and fixed telecom networks including related customer services. Nokia also supplies solutions and products for fixed and wireless datacom, as well as multimedia terminals and computer monitors. In 1998, net sales totaled FIM 79.2 billion (USD 15.7 billion, EUR 13.3 billion). Headquartered in Finland, Nokia is listed on five European Stock Exchanges and on the New York Stock Exchange (NOK.A), has sales in over 130 countries and employs more than 44,000 people worldwide.