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Feb 20 (Reuters) - Anite Plc said it was considering the sale of its business that provides reservation software to the travel industry, sending its shares up 2 percent in late trading on the London Stock Exchange.
The business, Anite Travel, accounted for about 15 percent of the company's total revenue of 132.5 million pounds ($221 million) in the year ended April 30.
Anite's main business is providing handset-testing systems to wireless companies.
Anite's shares closed at 88.85 pence on Thursday.