With the growing numbers of highly-mobile wireless devices and services, The Aricent (News - Alert) Group has updated its advanced telecom testing portfolio with Wi-Fi testing and pre-certification services.
The company has developed this Wi-Fi testing solution for helping Wi-Fi equipment manufacturers, service providers and device makers to save significant resources by providing a world-class test facility along with highly qualified domain expert support.
Wi-Fi technology has made life very easy for those who use it.
Sridhar Raju, assistant vice president and head of the Wireline Communications Practice at Aricent, said in a statement, “We are seeing a significant uptick in the deployment of Wi-Fi networks and devices globally. With 'Testing for Wi-Fi', we provide significant innovation in the critical area of testing and look forward to helping WiFi (News - Alert) device makers and equipment manufacturers deliver high quality and differentiated products in a cost-effective manner."
The Wi-Fi Test Lab offers remote access for optimal accessibility from anywhere in the world. This lab is equipped with extensive test equipment, test suites and test tools, covering all aspects of Wi-Fi. It offers testing services spanning across protocol conformance, interoperability, performance, stress, security, scripting, automation and pre-certification.
The lab is also incorporating the latest Wi-Fi testing facility based on feedback from organizations such as the Wi-Fi Alliance, of which Aricent is a member.
The company offers Wi-Fi networks and devices with innovative software frameworks for Wi-Fi offload, Hotspot 2.0, WLAN controllers and Access Points, optimized for leading multi-core processors and WLAN silicon.
Kelton Research reveals that there are over 450 million Wi-Fi users worldwide and the numbers are growing every day.
When mobile networks become more congested, it’s hard to manage bandwidth demands, especially as consumers and mobile connectivity are starting to become heavily reliant on short- and long-range Wi-Fi technologies.
Edited by Braden Becker