YOU ARE AT:TagsKaelus

BROWSING: Kaelus

Test and Measurement: 5G is gaining momentum, Rohde & Schwarz says

Test company Rohde & Schwarz says that 5G momentum is contributing to its bottom line, with revenues up nearly 5% from last year. The company, which is private and does not report its results publicly, nonetheless typically provides a yearly update on its finances. Rohde...

Test and Measurement: IT network ‘brown-outs’ are costly and common, Netrounds finds

Losing a network connection entirely is a worst-case scenario for an enterprise, but service "brown-outs" -- defined as unexpected and unintentional drops in network quality -- are expensive for businesses to deal with, according to a new survey by network and service assurance company...

Test and Measurement: Verizon tops (again) in latest testing from P3 Group

Verizon captured P3 Group's "Best in Test" title for the fourth time in a row, turning in the best score that the test company has recorded in its testing of the U.S. market. Verizon scored 933 on P3's 1,000-point scale, followed by T-Mobile US at...

Test and Measurement: Infinite Electronics buys Kaelus; calibration consolidation

Irvine, Calif.-based Infinite Electronics has acquired a number of well-known radio frequency brands from Smiths Group. Infinite purchased Smiths Interconnect's Microwave Telecoms operations, which includes test equipment company Kaelus, RF protection equipment company PolyPhaser, surge protection company Transtector Systems and microwave antenna producer RadioWaves. Infinite is an operational...

Top 12 telecom test and measurement companies by revenue

Consolidation continues to shape the test and measurement industry. Over the past three years, a number of major telecom test and measurement companies have acquired, sold, spun off or otherwise fundamentally changed their business operations. Since the last iteration of this list, for example, Keysight...

Test and Measurement: NetScout, Viavi, Ixia results

Results are coming in for the first quarter of the year, and network testing and monitoring companies seem to be facing a relatively weak quarter overall. NetScout reported that its fiscal fourth quarter resulted in revenues of $285.9 million, about 68% of which was product revenue...

Editorial Reports

White Papers

Webinars

Featured Content