Spectralink Spins Out Of Polycom, Returns To Boulder

Spectralnk, a developer of wireless products for the business market, said today that it has completed a divestiture from Polycom, and is set to relocate back to Boulder, where it was founded. According to Spectralink, the move will bring back over 100 jobs to the city, as it moves its North American headquarters back to Boulder. Spectralink was divested from Polycom in December of 2012, and is now headed by Sten Dyrmose. Spectralink's handsets are used for communicating through a workplace, running across a wide range of wireless networks, VoIP and PBX systems, and more.