Keysight Technologies
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Keysight Technologies


Keysight Technologies

Keysight Technologies

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Keysight is an American company that manufactures electronics test and measurement equipment and software. In 2014, Keysight was spun off from Agilent Technologies, taking with it the product lines focused on electronics and radio, leaving Agilent with the chemical and bio-analytical products.

The name is a blend of key and insight, and was chosen to convey that the company "unlocks" "critical or key insights".


Keysight's products include hardware and software for benchtop, modular, and field instruments. Instruments include oscilloscopes, multimeters, logic analyzers, signal generators, spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzers, atomic force microscopes (AFM), automated optical inspection, automated X-ray inspection (5DX), in-circuit testers, power supplies, tunable lasers, optical power meters, wavelength-meters, electro-optic converters, optical modulation analyzers and handheld tools. In addition, it produces electronic design automation (EDA) software (EEsof division). It mainly serves the telecommunications, aerospace/defense, industrial, computer, and semiconductor industries.Base Station Emulators for cellular technologies since 2G up to 5G.


Prior to its existence as an independent company, the group that became Keysight was the electronic test and measurement division of first Hewlett-Packard, and later Agilent. HP began as a company making electronic test equipment, with the computer and life sciences products coming later. In 1999, HP spun-off all test and measurement products into Agilent and retained the computer and printer businesses. On November 1, 2014, the formal separation of Agilent and Keysight Technologies was completed, with Agilent retaining the life science businesses. The separation was implemented through a spinoff of Keysight’s common stock. Agilent shareholders received one share of Keysight common stock for every two shares of Agilent common stock held October 22, 2014.

In June 2015, Keysight announced it would acquire the UK’s Anite PLC in a deal worth £388 million.

In 2017, Keysight acquired Ixia for about $1.6 billion in cash.

On 25 June 2020, Keysight acquired Eggplant for $330 million from the Carlyle Group. 

Accusations of support for Russian censorship

In 2021, the Washington Post together with Russian dissident authors Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan, accused the company of supplying several Internet traffic analysis solutions developed by IXIA, which is part of Keysight Technologies, to the Moscow control center for Internet censorship in Russia.


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