Vancouver’s Dyaptive Systems announced this morning that it has been acquired by JDS Uniphase Corp. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed however JDSU has indicated that they plan to retain Dyaptive’s 40 employees as well as its offices in Vancouver.
Dyaptive is a provider of capacity test solutions for 2G, 3G and 4G wireless networks. With mass adoption of mobile devices, wireless equipment manufacturers and service providers need network performance visibility that extends to the end user experience.
Dyaptive test solutions support network capacity planning and quality performance by emulating thousands of mobile devices precisely as consumers use them to post videos, photos, stream TV shows and movies, and video chat with friends. Dyaptive’s products address a high-growth segment of the communications test market and generated revenue in the high single-digit millions during the trailing 12-month period.
Unlike other offerings that require racks of stripped down mobile devices, limiting the number of devices that can be emulated and the real-world scenarios that can be tested, Dyaptive offers a software-defined, radio-based solution that cost-effectively scales to thousands of application-loaded mobile devices.