Anritsu Company Presented with Global Field RF Testing Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan -- Global Research Organization Cites Innovation and Customer Commitment as Key Reasons for Naming Anritsu Top T&M Field Solution Provider --
MORGAN HILL, Calif., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Anritsu Company has received the 2014 Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Leadership Award in the Global Field RF Testing market, recognizing Anritsu's position as a preeminent supplier of test solutions used in the deployment, installation, and maintenance of wireless networks. Frost & Sullivan, a leading global research organization, cited Anritsu's focus on innovation and customer centricity, as well its industry-leading portfolio of handheld field solutions in presenting Anritsu with the award.
In conducting the research, Frost & Sullivan incorporated key benchmarking criteria that were developed to evaluate the entire client experience and strategy implementation excellence. Anritsu consistently scored high in all 10 criteria within the Frost & Sullivan customized Decision Support Scorecard and Matrix that compared test companies' performance relative to each other.
"Through a concentrated focus on innovation and customer centricity, Anritsu has established a distinct position in the global field RF testing market. Frost & Sullivan's independent analysis of the RF testing market clearly shows that with a leading share in the cable and antenna testing space, along with its ability to regularly introduce industry-leading products and technologies, Anritsu displays superior technological expertise in the overall RF testing market," said Janani Balasundar, Frost & Sullivan research analyst.
Anritsu's handheld field test solutions were recognized by Frost & Sullivan when the research organization made the announcement. Among the products mentioned were the Spectrum Master™ handheld spectrum analyzer family, PIM Master™ MW82119A Passive Intermodulation analyzer, and Microwave Site Master™ S820E handheld cable and antenna analyzer. Customer service initiatives, including educational and training programs, offered by Anritsu were also noted.
"Anritsu has continually redefined the field test solution market since introducing the first handheld cable and antenna analyzer more than a decade ago. Our commitment can be seen in the expanding test solution portfolio that we developed to address the ever-changing market requirements. Earning the Global RF Testing Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan is testament to our dedication to designing the best field instruments for deploying, installing, and maintaining wireless networks," said Wade Hulon, President of Anritsu Company and Vice President of Anritsu Corporation.
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Anritsu Corporation has been a provider of innovative communications solutions for more than 110 years. The company's test and measurement solutions include wireless, optical, microwave/RF and digital instruments, operations support systems and solutions that can be used during R&D, manufacturing, installation, and maintenance. Anritsu also provides precision microwave/RF components, optical devices, and high-speed devices for design into communication products and systems. With the addition of OSS monitoring solutions, it has expanded its offering to provide complete solutions for existing and next-generation wireline and wireless communication systems and service providers. Anritsu sells in over 90 countries worldwide with approximately 4,000 employees.
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