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The acquisition will make Belden the world's largest unified wired and wireless solutions provider and will provide expanded market access for Trapeze Networks' Smart Mobile solutions.

Trapeze is a privately held company based in Pleasanton, California, with 2007 revenues of $56 million. It sells its products into healthcare, education, manufacturing, retail, government and other enterprise verticals through OEMs and distribution channels.

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