Internet telephony provider Skype has acquired voice over IP firm Sonorit Holding AS and its US subsidiary Camino Networks.
The acquisition will cost Skype $27m and enables the firm to add "experts in online voice engineering" to its current staff.
Niklas Zennstrom, chief executive at Skype, said: "We're excited about bringing the talented Camino Networks team to Skype. They will add considerable expertise to our own world-class technology team."
Jonathan Christensen, chief executive of Camino Networks, said: "Camino Networks is focused on innovating for next-generation voice services. Joining Skype gives us access to the best platform for bringing our technology to users. "
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