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Tektronix Communications

Tektronix Communications, now part of NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, specializes in real-time service assurance and cybersecurity solutions for communication systems, particularly in aerospace and defense.

Tektronix Acquire Newfield Wireless

December 23, 2013 @ 10:37 AM

Tektronix Communications announced today that it has acquired Newfield Wireless, a privately held pioneer in next-generation mobile network optimization with geoanalytics intelligence. Within the mobile network, the Radio Access Network (RAN)...

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