PETALUMA -- Dilithium Networks, a venture-backed mobile video solutions maker, was acquired by India telecom OnMobile Global Ltd., the company announced today.

Founded in 2001 by former president and CEO Paul Zuber, the company focused on large mobile carriers overseas and grew to about 70 employees with offices in Singapore, India and Japan. The company holds over 175 patents on mobile video platforms and applications.

Terms of the acquisition  were not  disclosed.

According to Marwan Jabri, CTO and co-founder of Dilithium, “The Dilithium technologies will spark a new era where operators in partnership with OnMobile can offer novel and cutting edge revenue-generating video services powered by the Dilithium video technologies.”

Dr. Jabri will head OnMobile’s new Video Business Unit.

Dilithium was named for the rocket fuel used in the Star Trek series.