Cable Technology Feature Article
Anritsu Receives the 2013 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Market Share Leadership
By Nathesh, TMCnet Contributor
The 2013 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Market Share Leadership has been presented to Anritsu (News - Alert) Corporation, a provider of communications test and measurement solutions, recognizing its capability to deliver best-in-class customer experience and strategy to expand its operations across geographies in the cable and antenna analyzer market.
According to Anritsu, its high-class, handheld cable and antenna analyzers are designed to deliver precise measurement of return loss or voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR), cable loss, and distance-to-fault (DTF). These features make its solutions an ideal choice for test and measurement.
Anritsu explained that its new Site Master S331L is an all-inclusive 1-port, battery-operated, light-weight, cable and antenna analyzer covering the 2 MHz to 4 GHz range with a built-in InstaCal module and power meter. With its large outdoor viewable 7-inch TFT touch screen display and a new intuitive GUI, the S331L is optimized for field conditions and delivers efficient sweep management capabilities.
Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert) acknowledged that Anritsu has established dominance in the market with its new advanced and upgraded products and believes it is well placed to leverage the growth areas of the space.
Prathima Bommakanti, industry analyst said, “The repair and calibration programs that the company extends to its customers help in ensuring optimal performance and product reliability. Additionally, its efficient product support allows Anritsu to optimize its customers’ experiences with their handheld products. Lastly, its global presence and a strong network of channel partners across Asia-Pacific, America and Europe allow the company to maintain its leadership position in the cable and antenna analyzers market.”
Anritsu expressed its gratitude to Frost & Sullivan, as well as its loyal customers who have helped make the Site Master an industry standard for field cable and antenna analysis.
Edited by Blaise McNamee