Wireless Telecom Group Sells CommAgility to E-Space for $14.5 Million

Wireless Telecom Group Sells CommAgility to E-Space for $14.5 Million

The Wireless Telecom Group announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its radio, baseband and software segment, CommAgility, to E-Space. E-Space is a global space company that is focused on bridging Earth and space with the world’s most sustainable low Earth orbit (LEO) network. The purchase price of $14.5 Million, consists of $13.75 million in cash and a $750,000 note payable, subject to agreed-upon reductions.

Integrating CommAgility’s custom 3GPP 5G NTN (Non-Terrestrial Networks) source code into E-Space’s vertically integrated capabilities will enable E-Space to accelerate 5G NTN, 5G-Advanced and 6G innovation, speed its satellite payload and customer use case development and continuously advance its space-based connectivity solutions. Today, CommAgility’s proven software already drives over 50,000 terrestrial base stations and is used for ATG and commercial satellites.

Tim Whelan, Wireless Telecom Group, Chief Executive Officer stated, “We have communicated to our shareholders since our divestiture of our Microlab business in March 2022 that we are committed to maximizing shareholder value and exploring all options, including through a strategic alternatives process. This transaction unlocks value for our shareholders and allows us to continue to evaluate strategic options for our remaining Test & Measurement business as well as evaluate the efficient return of capital to our shareholders.”

Greg Wyler, E-Space founder, chairman and CEO added, “We look forward to welcoming CommAgility into Team E-Space. Their expertise and technology assets are a strong complement to E-Space and will help accelerate our vision to bridge Earth and space with the world’s most sustainable low Earth orbit communications network.”

The transaction, which is expected to be completed no later than January 31, 2023, is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals. The transaction was the result of the Company’s previously disclosed process for evaluating strategic alternatives. The Purchase Agreement includes customary terms and conditions, including certain adjustments to the purchase price based on transaction costs, net working capital and indebtedness. The transaction, which was unanimously approved by the Board of Directors of both companies, is subject to various terms and conditions, including customary closing conditions.

As a result of this transaction, Wireless Telecom Group is now comprised solely of Test & Measurement brands - Boonton, Holzworth and Noisecom.

The Wireless Telecom Group continues to explore strategic alternatives for the Company to enhance value for shareholders. No timetable has been set for the Company's process. Wireless Telecom Group does not expect to comment further or update the market with any additional information on the process unless and until its Board of Directors has approved a specific transaction or otherwise deems disclosure appropriate or necessary. There is no assurance that continuing to pursue strategic alternatives will result in Wireless Telecom Group further changing its current business plan, pursuing a particular transaction or completing any such transaction.

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