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Spirent Communications has acquired Imperfect Networks, the US developer of security testing solutions, for an initial £2.2m.
11-Aug-2006


Spirent Communications has acquired Scientific Software Engineering, the US developer of wireless network software with 24 staff, for an initial £5.4m.
11-Jul-2006


Spirent has acquired QuadTex Systems, the US provider of test tools for internet protocol multimedia subsystems, for an initial £4.2m.
14-Feb-2006


Spirent is to acquire SwissQual, the Swiss provider of test and measurement solutions for wireless telecoms, for an initial £28m.
24-Jan-2006


Spirent is to sell HellermannTyton, the supplier of fastening, identification, protection and connectivity solutions for electrical and communications networks, to funds controlled by Doughty Hanson for £289m.
16-Dec-2005


Spirent has sold MRO, its aerospace maintenance software business, to management for £2.9m.
17-Aug-2004


Spirent has sold Aviation Information Solutions, its aviation hardware and software business with about 100 staff in the US, Canada and the UK, to Teledyne Technologies for £4.1m.
01-Jul-2003


Spirent is to acquire Caw Networks, the US provider of network testing services, for up to £39m.
23-Jul-2002


Spirent has sold the business and certain assets of Switching Systems International for £6.3m.
02-May-2002


Spirent has sold its aerospace components business to Curtiss-Wright of the US for £42m, in order to reduce debt and focus on its network technology operations.
21-Feb-2002


Spirent is to sell its Sensing Solutions division, which makes instruments to measure temperature and pressure and employs 2,000 staff, to General Electric of the US for £152m.
11-Sep-2001


Spirent has acquired Hekimian Laboratories, the US network monitoring company, for £1.1bn.
17-Nov-2000


Spirent is planning to acquire Zarak Systems, the US manufacturer of communications test equipment, for £284m.
11-Sep-2000