Vicente Capital Partners has sold VXi Corporation to Jabra Corporation (GN Netcom)
Vicente Capital Partners (VPC) has sold VXi Corporation to Jabra Corporation, a subsidiary of GN Netcom.
Founded in 1989, VWi is a best-in-class manufacturer of telecommunication headsets that offer superior noise cancellation to address demanding enterprise and mobile workforce application where reliable performance and sound quality are mission critical. The company is an established player in the large enterprise communication market under the VXi brand and is the leading Bluetooth headset provider for drivers under the BlueParrott brand.
Based in Denmark, Jabra Corporation provides intelligent audio solutions, offering wireless headsets and earbuds, interactive computing, and computer telephony applications.
VCP is a middle-market private equity firm specializing in growth business that have annual revenues between US$5–25 million.
Oaklins' team in Los Angeles advised the seller in this transaction.
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