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Not a Fluke: NetScout’s enterprise network testing assets emerge as NetAlly

Today marks a fresh start for a test business that has been a part of several companies in recent years, and now gets a chance to stand on its own. NetScout has spun out the enterprise Wi-Fi and wired testing business that was previously part...

Fluke Networks eyes developers with LinkWare Live open API

Can a network testing platform serve as a way to increase automation in related operations? Fluke Networks is trying to find out. Two years ago, the company launched its cloud-based data reporting platform: LinkWare Live. That solution has proved quite popular and in July of...

Test and Measurement: Viavi launches interference hunter; responds to Sandell

Viavi Solutions and activist shareholder group Sandell Asset Management have been trading open letters about Viavi's future. During the former JDS Uniphase's split into Viavi and Lumentum, communications and commercial optical products unit, Sandell, publicly urged the JDSU board to consider a sale of Lumentum rather than...

Test and Measurement: App testing support expands

A number of companies are expanding their application-related testing and development support, seeking to better support enterprises who are increasingly leveraging cloud and mobile in their businesses. Ixia is using its background in traffic generation and security to support a new offering for application development....

Indoor network testing challenges: Three case studies

With an ever-increasing percentage of wireless network traffic being generated indoors, the design and performance of networks needs to be assessed not just outside, but inside. Indoor network testing poses its own unique challenges, from site access to collecting as much relevant benchmarking data...

NetScout closes on Danaher deal

NetScout has officially closed on its $2.3 billion acquisition of Danaher's communications business, which includes Tektronix Communications, security firm Arbor Networks and parts of Fluke Networks, broadening the company's portfolio in network visibility and threat detection. In addition to the completion of the transaction, NetScout...

Test and Measurement: Fluke expands Link line and cloud-based reporting

Some of the ongoing trends in network testing are the use of simplified or "de-skilled" equipment so that basic test performance and interpretation isn't limited to radio frequency engineers; and the increasing use of analytics and reporting, as well as cloud connectivity to improve efficient...

NetScout’s big buy

The news that network performance monitoring company NetScout is buying $2.6 billion worth of network testing, monitoring and security assets from international tech and science conglomerate Danaher sets the network-monitoring ecosystem up for substantial change. The move essentially triples NetScout’s workforce, and is being accomplished through a...

NetScout makes $2.6 billion network monitoring, security purchase from Danaher

Network performance monitoring company NetScout is making a major purchase of communications test and measurement assets, buying Tektronix Communications and some parts of Fluke Networks as well as advanced network threat mitigation company Arbor Networks from international conglomerate Danaher for $2.6 billion in stock. The...

Top 12 public test and measurement companies by revenue

The test and measurement space is one that has seen a significant amount of consolidation over the years. But even as some companies combine through mergers and acquisitions, others are becoming pure-play wireless-focused test companies, such as Agilent Technologies' spinoff of Keysight Technologies, and...

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