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Spirent Communications plc (LSE:SPT), the leading provider of test, assurance, and analytics solutions for next-generation devices and networks, today released its second annual 5G outlook report, based on analysis and takeaways from over 600 global 5G engagements in 2020. The '5G 2021: Market Drivers, Insights & Consideration' report provides insights from across the 5G eco-system on the current status of 5G, illustrating the accelerated timetables from service providers in upgrading to 5G standalone (SA) with the new 5G Core, and revealing how 5G is driving new initiatives and sector engagements. The report is available at www.spirent.com/assets/the-spirent-2021-5g-report.

'2020 was certainly a year to remember, not just because of the unprecedented challenges presented by COVID-19, but also because of the rapid development for the telecom industry,' said Spirent (News - Alert) Head of 5G Strategy, Steve Douglas. 'Telecom is keeping its sights firmly focused on 5G's future, not in spite of the challenges of the pandemic, but because of them, and our latest report gives an unparalleled view of the current status of 5G and the trends we're seeing for the year ahead, based on the investments, research, testing and innovation by the leading 5G players.'

The report draws on Spirent's work with operators, network equipment manufacturers, government, military, and device makers across the globe. It provides an updated, behind-the-scenes view of what's gone right so far, where challenges persist, and how what was learned during the year is impacting priorities for 2021 and beyond. Key findings from the report include:

- 5G SA core timetables accelerated rapidly: 5G activity surged in 2020 with accelerated timetables from service providers to deliver 5G SA core deployments, following non-standalone's (NSAs) inability to really wow customers and deliver a solid new revenue proposition. Service Providerengagement increased nearly 50% as Servce Assurance integration ramped up, and leading operators accelerated 5G standalone network strategies and new 5G core deployments.

- Because 5G is moving so fast, operators are turning to partners to deliver key elements: Through service contracts, elements that would previously have been delivered inhouse are now being delivered by trusted partners, as operators need to be able to move quickly to keep up with the complexity of 5G and the accelerated timetables.

- 5G is driving new initiatives and engagements: The year saw notable growth in engagements with government, military and academia around 5G experimentation and security initiatives, as governments explore new use cases. Other notable initiatives include Cloud hyperscalers exploring operator edge partnerships, Open RAN being explored in support of supply chain diversity initiatives, and multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs) accelerating their plans for 5G.

- Automated Assurance and 5G are the new dynamic duo: Whether it was a core network buildout, lab certification, or new service delivered, 5G plus Automated Assurance were the dynamic duo that customers turned to as they sought to continue pushing forward with their 5G plans, with 80% of Spirent's assurance business focused on 5G work.

- The trend of accelerated timetables is here to stay: While the pandemic has undoubtedly accelerated 5G timetables, it seems likely this accelerated trend is here to stay.

'In many ways, the pandemic has accelerated trends that we hadn't anticipated gaining steam for at least another couple of years,' said Douglas, 'whether fixed wireless access driven by working from home, or automation required to safely conduct field testing with limited personnel. While there were delays, by and large 5G powered ahead and remained in control of its destiny.'

'Spirent provides us with a real-world glimpse into 5G deployments today,' said Patrick Kelly, Founder and Principal Analyst at Appledore Research. 'Spirent has a unique perspective in the 5G ecosystem as a leader in test and assurance solutions. The report provides insights into the current status of 5G and what's coming next, particularly in 5G core, transport, network security, Open RAN progress, and the role of automated assurance.'

Spirent's '5G 2021: Market Drivers, Insights & Consideration' report offers a broad view of market-wide 5G challenges, opportunities and plans, and is available as a download at https://www.spirent.com/assets/the-spirent-2021-5g-report.

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Spirent Communications (News - Alert) plc. (LSE: SPT) is the leading global provider of automated test and assurance solutions for networks, cybersecurity, and positioning. The company provides innovative products, services and managed solutions that address the test, assurance and automation challenges of a new generation of technologies, including 5G, SD-WAN, cloud, autonomous vehicles and beyond. From the lab to the real world, Spirent helps companies deliver on their promise to their customers of a new generation of connected devices and technologies. For more information, please visit www.spirent.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

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Spirent Communications plc
TypePublic limited company
HeadquartersCrawley, West Sussex, United Kingdom (Corporate)
San Jose, California, United States (Operational)
Key people
  • Bill Thomas (chairman of​ the board)
  • Eric Updyke (CEO)
  • Paula Bell (CFO)
ProductsNetwork diagnostics
RevenueUS$503.6 million (2019)[1]
US$92.9 million (2019)[1]
US$78.0 million (2019)[1]
1,505 (2018)[2]

Spirent Communications plc is a British multinationaltelecommunications testing company headquartered in Crawley, West Sussex, in the United Kingdom. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.


The company was founded by Jack Bowthorpe in 1936 as Goodliffe Electric Supplies. In 1949 it changed its name to Bowthorpe. It acquired Optima Electronics in 1987 and disposed of its defence businesses in 1990. The company's electronics business grew rapidly during the dot-com boom of the 1990s, with the 1995 purchase of Telecom Analysis Systems (located in Eatontown, New Jersey) and the 1997 purchase of businesses such as Adtech, a digital test equipment concern based in Hawaii[3] and the company was a member of the FTSE 100 index from time to time. It disposed of its automotive industry businesses in 1999, the same year that it bought Netcom Systems, a US telecomstesting business which makes network equipment testers,[4] and DLS, a Canadian telecomstesting business.[5] In 2000 it also bought Hekimian, a major Operations Support Systems business,[6] Zarak Systems, another communications software business[7] and Net-Hopper, an access systems specialist.[8]

In 2000 it changed its name to Spirent. The name is derived from the words 'inspired innovation.'[9]

It acquired Caw Networks, a Santa Clara company which makes network performance testing appliances including Avalanche, in 2002,[10] Scientific Software Engineering, a United States-based developer of software including Landslide for testing the performance and functionality of wireless network infrastructure, in 2006,[11] Imperfect Networks, an IDS/IPS testing company, in 2006,[12] and Fanfare Software, a United States-based developer of the iTest automation software, in 2011.[13]

It went on to buy Mu Dynamics, a Sunnyvale company which makes cloud and app testing products such as Blitz,[14] and Metrico Wireless, the global leader in mobile device performance analytics for wireless service providers, OEMs and corporate enterprises based in Frederick, Maryland, in 2012.[15]

In July 2014, Spirent acquired Radvision's Technology Business Unit from Avaya. Radvision a company based in Tel Aviv, Israel, offers development and test suites for voice and Vvideo over IP communications.[16]

In September 2014, Spirent announced that it acquired Mobilethink A/S and its wholly owned subsidiary, Tweakker ApS, a provider of mobile device management, device analytics and intelligence solutions for mobile operators.[17]

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In July 2017, both the Tel Aviv operations and Mobilethink were divested by way of a management buyout into a separate company, Softil.[18]


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Spirent Communications PLC is a communications and network testing company. Spirent mainly consists of the former Consultronics (later DLS Testworks) (of Ottawa, Ontario), Netcom Systems (of Chatsworth, California and later Calabasas, California), Adtech (of Honolulu, Hawaii), Zarak Systems (of Sunnyvale, California), Caw Networks (of San Jose, California), Hekimian (of Rockville, Maryland), Telecom Analysis Systems (of Eatontown, New Jersey) in 1995, Global Simulation Systems (of Paignton, Devon) in 1997, DLS (of Ottawa, Ontario) in 1998 and a number of other small network test equipment providers that it has acquired such as Imperfect Networks (of Burlington, Massachusetts).[19]


  1. ^ abc'Annual Results 2019'(PDF). Spirent. 5 March 2020.
  2. ^'Company Information'. Citywire. Retrieved 7 September 2018.
  3. ^UK Business ParkArchived 26 February 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^Bowthorpe ups test role with US buy Electronics Times, 21 June 1999
  5. ^Bowthorpe buys DLS for $11.1m Electronics Times, 5 July 1999
  6. ^Spirent buys Hekimian Company Business and Marketing, January 2001
  7. ^Spirent Acquires Zarak Systems Light Reading, 11 September 2000
  8. ^Spirent buy is optics boost – Net-Hopper Systems Electronics Times, 23 October 2000
  9. ^'Our history'. Spirent. Retrieved 30 April 2017.
  10. ^Caw Networks to be acquired by Spirent
  11. ^Spirent Acquires 3G Player – Scientific Software 3G, 10 July 2006
  12. ^Spirent Communications Plc announces acquisition of Imperfect Networks, Inc. MarketWire, 10 August 2006
  13. ^Spirent gets into automation game by acquiring Fanfare Fierce Telecom, 15 February 2011
  14. ^Apps and cloud testing specialist Mu Dynamics acquired by Spirent in $40M deal TNW, 20 April 2012
  15. ^Spirent to buy Metrico Wireless for $52m Marketwatch, 6 September 2012
  16. ^Spirent Agrees to Acquire Radvision's Technology Business Unit, The Wall Street Journal, Wednesday, 2 July 2014
  17. ^'Spirent swoops for Danish Group in $20m deal'. 15 September 2014. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
  18. ^'Management Buyout of Device Intelligence Leaders Mobilethink and Tweakker'. Mobilethink. 1 July 2017. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
  19. ^'Spirent Communications Partners With Imperfect Networks to Deliver a Comprehensive Platform for Network Application Security Testing for the Enterprise'. Businesswire. 13 June 2005. Retrieved 7 September 2018.

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