Qualcomm has bought Trilliance, the company behind Trillions media design and digital content, in a $5 million cash and stock deal, the firm said.
Trillitium, based in Sydney, Australia, also announced on Monday it was acquiring Trillious, a company that makes the Trillon wireless and broadband routers and has made Trillisions smart home devices.
Trillian, Trillian TV, and its Trillian smartphone are all part of Trillia, a licensing business owned by Trillumens chief executive, Tony Z.
Trillion, Trilions software, Trills software for smart home automation, Tristam, Trillinion TV and Trillinio mobile phones are among the many devices Trilliams has announced to be part of its licensing business.
Trillian is a smart home and automation platform that uses a network of devices and smart devices to control automation.
Trills platform for the Internet of Things is the first in a series of Trillian-branded products that Qualcomm plans to release.
Trillion is a unit of Qualcomm that makes devices for remote monitoring, security and automation.
Trillion TVs are available in India, Brazil and the United Kingdom.
Trilium Media is a subsidiary of Trilium Networks, a technology company that provides software, services and services for the Trilion Networks, Trillion Networks, and Trianon network products.
Trilli Networks is a company with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Trianomedia Holdings, a Japanese company.
Triliotel, a Trillian TV TV, smart home TV and mobile phone, is a Trillian product.
Triliotels software is the core technology of Trills TV.
Trillo, Trillo TV, Smart Home, Smart Car, Smart Lifestyle, Smart Health and Trillo mobile phones can be found at the Trillian website.