Finnish consoles developer Loupedeck is acquired by Logitech

Logitech International, a global hardware and software provider, has acquired Loupedeck, a Helsinki-based developer of custom editing consoles for creative and livestreaming verticals. The acquisition was made for an undisclosed, non-material amount, Silicon Canals reports.

  • Loupedeck was founded in 2016 by Felix Hartwigsen, Mikko Kesti, and Pauli Seppinen. The company creates custom-built editing and streaming consoles designed to improve the experiences of major software programs across streaming, production, and photo, video, audio editing, as well as design.
  • The product offer includes Loupedeck+, the Creative Tool (CT), and the Live and Live S. These can help to maximize the creative potential and enhance the editing process by providing the most intuitive approach to the most complex industry leading software.

“Loupedeck and Logitech share a commitment to creators and streamers and believe that creativity has no boundaries. Joining Logitech allows us to elevate what we are doing to the next level and exponentially broaden our audience and our impact to the creative process,”

Mikko Kesti, Loupedeck CEO, comments.
  • The acquisition was made for an undisclosed, non-material amount. The deal will allow to further enhance Logitech’s delivery of premium experience and content creation applications for creators.
  • Loupedeck will continue supporting its customers and partners and will operate as usual for the nearest future.