Anite Adds Support for GCF Data Throughput Performance Testing
Published on: 13th Feb 2013
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By: David Ng
Anite has announced the industry's first solution to support GCF (Global Certification Forum) data throughput performance testing for LTE and 3G.
The increased complexity of mobile devices and LTE technology, coupled with demands for improved quality of user experience have led to an extended focus on performance testing - already an essential part of leading mobile operators' acceptance schemes.
GCF created the Performance Agreement Group (PAG) in 2011 with the specific goal of including performance testing within the scope of their mobile device certification process. Anite is first to announce support for UE Application Layer Data Throughput Performance, one of PAG's defined performance test areas.
Anite said that its recently announced internal baseband fading capability - available to customers as a software upgrade to Anite's existing portfolio for LTE and 3G - has been a key enabler to the development of these GCF performance-related test cases.
"This announcement demonstrates Anite's continued leadership in wireless testing solutions to help accelerate the launch of new devices", says Paul Beaver, Products Director at Anite. He continues, "The internal fading capability launched in late January, enables us to offer a highly competitive platform for comprehensive device data throughput testing that is either part of a mobile operator's acceptance scheme or part of GCF's mobile device certification process."
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