Are your device tests ready for the internet of things?

Aug 22, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Michael Sedláček posted in Device Testing, Internet of Things

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According to a recent GSMA study, the IoT market will be worth $1.1 trillion and include about 25 billion IoT connections by 2025. The majority of those connections will be in the industrial and vertical industry segments (13.8 billion connections) and the smart home market (11.4 billion).

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3 Key Trends in Telecom Device Testing

Jul 30, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Thomas Groissenberger posted in Automation, Device Testing, Internet of Things, IOT

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Smart cities. Augmented reality. Net neutrality. The Internet of Things. These are just some of the buzzwords in telecommunications right now. They all indicate a technology-driven shift in the industry, one that has fundamentally changed the successful telecom business model. As telecom companies seek to cut costs and keep customers, they must also take advantage of emerging technologies to power innovation.

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Beyond the Handset: How 5G Could Change Service Verification

Jul 25, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Michael Sedláček posted in Automation, Device Testing

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In 1877, Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated the possibility of making long distance telephone calls by calling the offices of The Boston Globe. As you can imagine, the press had a field day—and it’s easy to understand why. From the perspective of technological progress, transmitting voice communication over a trunk line successfully was a feat that would have been scarcely imaginable even a few decades before, and the research and experimentation that led to it would have been extremely complex. On the other hand, service verification would have been a breeze. Since the ceiling for voice quality back then was quite low, it was still a simple matter of placing a call and hoping that it went through successfully. If so: service verified.

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Is Manual Device Testing Hurting Customer Experience?

Jun 26, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Michael Sedláček posted in Customer Experience, Device Testing

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In 2012, an OpenSignal study found that there were about 4,000 different Android device models on the market. Within a couple of years, that number had risen to 12,000, and it’s likely only gone up since then. As a device tester, you already know that there’s considerable diversity among your customers, and that their needs are going to vary on a case-by-case basis—but who knew there was so much diversity just in the devices themselves?

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