Financial Overview and Snapshot of Test and Measurement Companies, 2016

Investments in Multiple Form Factors Drive Business Value

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There is an increasing focus on supporting growth in the T&M market across all form factors including benchtop, modular, and handheld. Companies are focused on a high level of technical expertise with multi-technology platforms and product breadth. Major opportunities will come from hybrid test solutions envisioned to attain hardware and software interoperability. In fact, a trend has begun in utilizing a combination of instruments.

New opportunities are coming principally from companies supporting a wide range of radio test functions and applying an open architecture and modular systems, such as PXI, instead of a proprietary model system in research and development (R&D) and production. There is a demand for new capabilities from handhelds. Growth is fueled by continuous innovation in handheld products.

Simulation software is experiencing growth across all end markets. There are increasing opportunities from vertical industries such as automotive and power. The wireless industry will require T&M vendors to have a software price position for wireless testing. An increasing need is demanding higher modularity, customization, and software design that can facilitate cost-effective upgrades.

The new value from a T&M business is expected to come from the need of monetizing the decision-making and intelligence that can be extracted from the data produced by a platform-centric business model. OEMs will need to pursue a service delivery platform that effectively integrates test equipment, software analytics, and services. There is an increasing proliferation of services. New growth opportunities are arising from asset management, multi-vendor support, and consulting services. There is a need to ensure cooperation and remove organizational silos. Usually, the team that buys test equipment is different from the team that actually uses the test equipment and the team responsible for it. There is a need to include a centralized database as an ordering management system. This research service analyzes the competitive profiles of the leading organizations in the test & measurement and comm test market.

Base Year: 2016

Study Period: 2012–2016

Research Scope:
Financial Review
Profitability & R&D Investments
Financials by Geography
Company Revenue Breakdown by Business
T&M Segment Analysis
Company Analysis and Future Strategy
High-level SWOT Analysis

Strategies, financial overview, and future focus are discussed for Anritsu, Advantest, Ametek, EXFO, Ixia, Fortive, Keysight Technologies, National Instruments, NetScout Systems, Rohde & Schwarz, Spirent, Teradyne, Teledyne, and Viavi Solutions pertaining to 2016.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer:
What is the current focus of the leading T&M companies?
What are the top opportunities and companies to action?
What is the strategic imperative to consider for T&M companies?
What are the last big predictions to consider in the T&M market?

Table of Contents

Financial Overview and Snapshot of Test and Measurement Companies, 2016Executive SummaryKey FindingsCEO’s PerspectiveAnritsuAnritsu—5-year Financial OverviewAnritsu—5-year H1 Financial ReviewAnritsu—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsAnritsu—Financials by GeographyAnritsu—Company Revenue BreakdownAnritsu—T&M Segment AnalysisAnritsu—T&M Segment Analysis (continued)Anritsu—Analysis and Future StrategyAnritsu—T&M SegmentsAnritsu—High-level SWOT AnalysisADVANTEST CorporationADVANTEST—3-year Financial OverviewADVANTEST—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsADVANTEST—Financials by GeographyADVANTEST—Company Revenue Breakdown by SegmentADVANTEST—Analysis and Future StrategyADVANTEST—High-level SWOT AnalysisAMETEK, Inc.AMETEK—5-year Financial OverviewAMETEK—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsAMETEK—Financials by GeographyAMETEK—Company Revenue Breakdown by SegmentAMETEK—Analysis and Future StrategyAMETEK—High-level SWOT AnalysisEXFOEXFO—5-year Financial OverviewEXFO—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsEXFO—Financials by GeographyEXFO—Company Revenue Breakdown by SegmentEXFO—Analysis and Future StrategyEXFO—High-level SWOT AnalysisIxiaIxia—5-year Financial OverviewIxia—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsIxia—Financials by GeographyIxia—Company Revenue Breakdown by SegmentIxia—Analysis and Future StrategyIxia—High-level SWOT AnalysisFortiveFortive—Financial OverviewFortive—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsFortive—Financials by GeographyFortive—Company Revenue Breakdown by SegmentFortive—High-level SWOT AnalysisKeysight TechnologiesKeysight Technologies—5-year Financial OverviewKeysight Technologies—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsKeysight Technologies—Financials by GeographyKeysight Technologies—Company Revenue Breakdown Keysight Technologies—Analysis and Future StrategyKeysight Technologies—T&M SegmentsKeysight Technologies—High-level SWOT AnalysisNational InstrumentsNational Instruments—5-year Financial OverviewNational Instruments—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsNational Instruments—Financials by GeographyNational Instruments—Analysis and Future StrategyNational Instruments—High-level SWOT AnalysisNETSCOUTNETSCOUT—5-year Financial OverviewNETSCOUT—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsNETSCOUT—Financials by GeographyNETSCOUT—Company Revenue BreakdownNETSCOUT—Analysis and Future StrategyNETSCOUT—Analysis and Future Strategy (continued)NETSCOUT—High-level SWOT AnalysisRohde & SchwarzRohde & Schwarz—5-year Financial OverviewRohde & Schwarz—Financials by GeographyRohde & Schwarz—Company Segment BreakdownRohde & Schwarz—Analysis and Future StrategyRohde & Schwarz—High-level SWOT AnalysisSpirent CommunicationsSpirent—5-year Financial OverviewSpirent—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsSpirent—Financials by GeographySpirent—Company Revenue Breakdown by SegmentSpirent—Comparative Results H1 2016/2015Spirent—Analysis and Future StrategySpirent—High-level SWOT AnalysisTeradyne Inc. Teradyne—5-year Financial OverviewTeradyne—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsTeradyne—Financials by GeographyTeradyne—Financials by Geography (continued)Teradyne—Company Revenue Breakdown by Business SegmentTeradyne—Comparative Results by Key Business 2016/2014Teradyne—Analysis and Future StrategyTeradyne—High-level SWOT AnalysisTeledyne Technologies Inc.Teledyne Technologies Inc.—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsTeledyne Technologies Inc.—Financials by GeographyTeledyne Technologies Inc.—Company Revenue BreakdownTeledyne LeCroy—5-year Financial OverviewTeledyne LeCroy—5-year H1 Financial ReviewTeledyne LeCroy—Segment BreakdownTeledyne LeCroy—Segment BreakdownTeledyne LeCroy—Protocol AnalyzersTeledyne LeCroy—OscilloscopesTeledyne LeCroy—High-level SWOT AnalysisViavi Solutions Inc.Viavi Solutions—5-year Financial OverviewViavi Solutions—Profitability and R&D InvestmentsViavi Solutions—Financials by GeographyViavi Solutions—Company Revenue BreakdownViavi Solutions—Comparative ResultsPortfolio of Key Clients by SegmentsViavi Solutions—Analysis and Future StrategyViavi Solutions—High-level SWOT AnalysisGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity 1—Software Centric SolutionsGrowth Opportunity 2—Integration of Test CapabilitiesGrowth Opportunity 3—Integrated Service DeliveryGrowth Opportunity 4—Data Analytics Solution and Application DevelopmentGrowth Opportunity 5—Control of All Test and Repair DataStrategic Imperatives for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) The Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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