Vecima Networks Sells $8 Million Of Radio Spectrum

Aug. 12, 2011
WITH SPECTRUM so much in demand by today's carriers, some firms with spectrum holdings are looking to capitalize on their assets. Vecima Networks, Inc. is a notable example, as its YourLink, Inc. subsidiary has agreed to sell a portion of ...

WITH SPECTRUM so much in demand by today's carriers, some firms with spectrum holdings are looking to capitalize on their assets. Vecima Networks, Inc. is a notable example, as its YourLink, Inc. subsidiary has agreed to sell a portion of its wireless spectrum assets in the 3.5-GHz band to a Canadian wireless service provider.

The transaction is structured in two phases. The first phase includes the purchase of 16 licensespredominantly in Alberta and Ontariofor a purchase price of $8 million. Following the Phase 1 closing, the purchaser will have paid for the option to purchase an additional 20 spectrum licenses in a second phase on or before December 31. The purchase price for those additional licenses ranges to $11 million.

The licensessold in both phases togetherrepresent approximately 58% of YourLink's current sub-10-GHz spectrum-asset holdings measured on a MHz-POP basis.

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