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Tektronix Buys Mixed Signals Inc.
May 2010
BEAVERTON, Ore., May 18, 2010 — Tektronix Inc., a supplier of test, measurement and monitoring products and solutions, has announced that it has acquired Mixed Signals Inc. of El Segundo, Calif., for an undisclosed amount.

Mixed Signals is a provider of digital content monitoring, including digital services, transport streams, ad insertion, switched digital video and interactive content. According to the company, its products provide visibility into video streams and digital services delivery in real time, and its monitoring solutions enable cable and satellite television operators, broadcasters, content aggregators and IPTV providers to optimize their digital networks.

“The acquisition of Mixed Signals Inc. brings to Tektronix a strong team that has delivered leading innovation to the video monitoring market,” said Eben Jenkins, general manager of the Tektronix video business. “The combination of Mixed Signals and Tektronix accelerates our ability to provide unmatched next-generation video test and monitoring solutions to our customers.”

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