Google is always out to buy companies that have tech it wants. Sometimes it also wanted the people behind the company it is buying to add them to its own pool of talent. Google recently purchased a startup called Alpental Technologies and not much is known about the startup at this time.
What we do know is that Alpental is led by some former researchers from Clearwire, Pete Gelbman and Mike Hart. Both of these people worked on wireless technologies for Clearwire.
Google isn't saying much about the merger and a representative issued a statement saying, "I can confirm that we're excited to welcome the Alpental team to Google, and that they joined a few weeks back, but we don't have any other details to share." Alpental was reportedly working on tech having to do with next-gen 5G connectivity.
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