Noida, India, August 19, 2015: Keysight Technologies has delivered its annual event, ‘Keysight Measurement Insights (KMI) 2015’, one of India’s conclaves on digital & wireless test technologies. The event had over 150 industry leaders and application experts discussing the emerging industry trends and test needs to help transform India’s design and manufacturing environments.
Keysight launched a range of devices at the event, including the E7515A UXM wireless test set with LTE-A and W-CDMA/HSPA+ test solution enhancements, E6640A EXM Wireless Test Set, the M8020A J-BERT high-performance BERT, the M8195A 65 GSa/s Arbitrary Waveform Generator, the U5850 series TrueIR thermal imager and the Infiniium V-Series oscilloscopes. The new products enable designers and manufacturers in the digital & wireless domain to gain insight into new solutions and advanced ‘made in India’ product innovations. The participants at the event were representing the communications, semi-conductors, aerospace and defense, education, and engineering services industries. Attendees included designers, engineers, and manufacturing and engineering managers.
With India fast emerging as the new hub for electronics and mobile manufacturing, Keysight Measurement Insights 2015 provided a forum to experience the latest technologies, interact with real-world product demonstrations, attend technical presentations, and network with industry experts.
“It gives us great pleasure to organize the second edition of Keysight Measurement Insights. The event has become all the more important this year, in the backdrop of the government’s ‘Digital India’ and ‘Make in India’ initiative,” said Mr. Sudhir Tangri, country general manager, Keysight Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.
“As the country strives to transform itself into a global manufacturing hub and spearhead a digital revolution, we believe Keysight can play a large role in this crucial juncture. Keysight Measurement Insights is providing a core platform for industry leaders to discuss and find solutions for challenging design and test issues.
“We are committed to assist in India’s burgeoning role for tomorrow’s electronics and mobile manufacturing. The products that we have introduced today are well positioned to cater to the needs of Indian customers. We are excited about the opportunities shaping up in the country and initiatives like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’ will take our nation a long way in the days to come”, added Mr. Tangri.
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