Anritsu Expands in India

Anritsu opens sales and marketing office in Bangalore, India

August 18, 2005

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MORGAN HILL, Calif. -- Anritsu Corporation President Hiromichi Toda announces the opening of a sales and marketing office in Bangalore, India, dubbed the "Silicon Valley" of the country. The opening of the office allows Anritsu to expand its business in India and further solidifies the company's position as a global leader in communications test and measurement solutions. With the opening, Anritsu now has offices in 17 countries, including the United States and Japan.

Anritsu opened the office to better serve the growing mobile communications market in India, which is one of four countries that comprise the BRIC quartet of developing economies. India, along with Brazil, Russia, and China, is expected to achieve major economic growth. Its mobile subscribers have reached more than 50 million in this year, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. Anritsu already has regional offices in Brazil, Russia, and China.

Many of the leading telecommunications companies already in the Indian market now have easier access to Anritsu's wireless test solutions that can be used during development, manufacturing, deployment, installation, and maintenance. Among the products sold through the Bangalore office will be test solutions developed and manufactured in Anritsu's Morgan Hill, CA, facility.

"By establishing an office in Bangalore, Anritsu is committed to serving the growing needs for test and measurement equipment by the mobile communications market in India," said Toda in making the announcement. "Bangalore is home to many of the world's leading telecommunications companies as well as a high concentration of Indian software development companies. As the center of India's mobile communications industry, its needs for test and measurement equipment are increasing. The establishment of the new office specifically addresses those needs."

Anritsu Corp.

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