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Anite Completes Nemo Buy

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FLEET, U.K. -- Anite, a leading provider of test solutions for the wireless industry, has completed the acquisition of Nemo Technologies Ltd., the network test business of Elektrobit Group Plc.

The combined companies will operate as separate divisions under the Anite brand name to offer an enhanced wireless test product range, covering solutions for handset development, integration, conformance and interoperability testing through to an extensive range of field measurement solutions. In offering this breadth of effective and easy to use testing solutions to the wireless industry, Anite will help operators and manufacturers reduce development costs and speed time to market for new services and offerings.

“This is an exciting and strategic step for Anite. By combining the strengths of Nemo with our Wireless business we are moving towards our goal of building the world’s leading wireless test software business.” said Anite Chief Executive, Steve Rowley.” Evolutions in radio technologies and the advent of wireless broadband are massively increasing the demands placed upon wireless infrastructure and user equipment, which in turn are becoming more complex. Testing ensures that service providers and vendors can bring to market services that seamlessly integrate new technologies, and Anite is increasingly the partner of choice to help simplify this challenge.”

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