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Newfield Wireless to merge with Tektronix Communications

27 Dec 2013

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Tektronix Communications has purchased Newfield Wireless, a fellow developer of wireless network monitoring software and maker of network monitoring and diagnostic tool TrueCall. Newfield's flagship product offers call and session meta data-based analytics for applications such as customer service and geomarketing, according to Tektronix.

Newfield Wireless will continue to operate from its Berkeley, Calif., location under its own name, but it will be known as a Tektronix Communications company. That's much the way Keithley Instruments operates. That's in contrast to the Tektronix acquisition of Synthesys Research, which merged its operations with Tektronix.

Tektronix Communications was acquired by Danaher as part its acquisition of Tektronix. The Texas communications operation became its own business unit, separate from Tektronix.

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