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An Eatontown communications firm announced the acquisition of a pair of companies Thursday, expanding its multinational reach.

Yorktel, a unified communications and collaboration, cloud and video management company, purchased Expedite VCS and MultiSense Communications Limited. Both deals were reached in May, each for an undisclosed amount of money.

“Adding resources from service providers like Expedite and MultiSense, with which Yorktel shares operational and strategic synergies, enhances our ability to increase market share and to meet the communications needs of our diverse portfolio of global customers,” Yorktel CEO Ron Gaboury said in a statement. “Both companies have a demonstrated expertise in target vertical markets, such as health care and government, and we welcome the opportunity to add their respective ingenuity and innovative spirit to Yorktel.”

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Expedite VCS provides managed services that meet the voice and video needs of its customers.

“Yorktel is recognized throughout the world as the ‘dean’ of video communications,” Expedite VCS CEO and President Larry Roher said. “The company is a proven leader with an exceptional track record of successful acquisition, and we are excited to join forces with such a reputable organization with which we share so many principles.”

MultiSense, which has offices throughout the United Kingdom, supports videoconferencing and telepresence solutions.

“Yorktel’s pedigree as a pioneer in video conferencing, unified communications and collaboration is second to none,” MultiSense owner John Scambler said. “The mutual benefits of this relationship to both Yorktel and MultiSense customers will be significant and evidenced in both the short and long term.”

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