Keysight Technologies, Inc. announced that Frost & Sullivan has recognized Keysight with the 2014 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for Market Leadership in Instrumentation Software for excellence in capturing the highest market revenue within its industry. The award is based on Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the instrumentation software market.

“We like to think of Keysight software as downloadable expertise,” said Ron Nersesian, Keysight’s president and chief executive officer. “Our software solutions give engineers the actionable data and information they need to gain insight into their design and measurement challenges. This occurs from first simulation through first shipment.”

Keysight software solutions

  • Streamline customers’ workflow from first simulation to first shipment, with access to expertise leveraged from our leadership in standards bodies such as 3GPP (the standards body for 4G), IEEE, JEDEC, MIPI and many more
  • Accelerate the development of RF, microwave and high-speed digital designs with the ability to simulate and implement accurate circuit-level design with Keysight Advanced Design System (ADS) software
  • Enable deeper insights in measurement and analysis with standalone and embedded software with fast and accurate answers from more than 230 software applications that are tightly integrated into the instruments as well as the 89600 VSA software which supports more than 75 modulation formats and signal types
  •  Save time and effort from simple connection to programmatic control with powerful utilities like Command Expert and BenchVue

“Apart from developing a strong line of software for its products, Keysight also collaborates with leading companies to enhance its value proposition,” said Frost & Sullivan research analyst Prathima Bommakanti. “It strives to ensure unparalleled customer satisfaction at every stage of the purchase cycle through continuous customer feedback.”

“Keysight is highly regarded for its grasp of current market conditions, customer needs and ability to translate this knowledge into products and solutions that resolve customer challenges,” added Bommakanti. “The company’s size and balanced global footprint provide a unique competitive advantage in the instrumentation software market.”

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