AT4 wireless, a leading Wireless Testing Laboratory, is pleased to announce the availability of pre-testing testing for LTE devices according to leading North American network operators’ requirements.

The 8100 Performance Test system from Spirent Communications, the first test solution vendor to be publicly selected by Verizon Wireless for LTE 3GPP Band 13 device testing, is already available at AT4 wireless Inc (Taiwan). AT4 wireless is now using the system to offer Pre-testing Services to LTE device manufacturers and developers who need to verify their products against key Safe for Network and other requirements within leading Network Operators’ Open Access acceptance processes. AT4 wireless is currently the only test laboratory in Asia providing these services.

AT4 wireless is fully committed to the wireless industry and is always ready to support customers worldwide, including for these very strict requirements that will add value to their products when facing key quality and reliability requirements. AT4 wireless is a GCF/PTCRB Accredited Lab for LTE technology with facilities in Taiwan (Asia), Virginia (North America) and Europe (Spain).

Dr. Hsu Chang, AT4 wireless Inc (Taiwan) Deputy CEO said “this new service helps those companies working on their first LTE prototypes needing to verify the maturity of their products and their compliance with leading LTE North American network operators’ requirements”. Mr. Chang added, “Having these pre-testing services makes the acceptance process easier and faster and helps guarantee a successful certification process, so reducing cost and time to market”.

Hesham ElHamahmy, vice president of Spirent’s Wireless business said: “we are excited to be supporting AT4 wireless in offering this new capability to Asian developers and manufacturers. Spirent works closely with the leading North
American operators to ensure that we accurately implement their acceptance test plans in a solution that can evolve as their plans evolve. The ability to catch potential issues before submitting devices to North American operators for approval helps manufacturers to minimise the time devices spend in the acceptance test process, which can reduce their costs significantly and help speed time to revenue.” 

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