Logitech, a maker of webcams and other peripherals, said on Tuesday that it will acquire LifeSize Communications for $405m in cash. The move puts Logitech into the video-conferencing market.
LifeSize offers high-definition video-conferencing systems. LifeSize's customers range from small and medium-sized businesses to large companies.
The move by Logitech means most of the standalone video-conferencing players have been acquired. Cisco is planning to buy Tandberg and, once LifeSize has been bought, Polycom will be the last player standing.
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