CanvasM Technologies to Feature Anite Wireless Device Testing Solutions in New NJ Lab

CanvasM Technologies has selected wireless device testing technology provider Anite to equip its new test laboratory in New Jersey with 2G, 3G and LTE conformance and interoperability test solutions.

Through Anite's solutions, CanvasM Technologies will be provided with the greatest number of unique GCF validated conformance test cases, customized interoperability and performance test cases, and a reduction in device testing time during the R and D phase though easy and quick issue identification and resolution.

“We have been successfully working with Anite for more than three years and their conformance and interoperability testing expertise led to their selection as the preferred testing supplier for our new laboratory," Sirisha Voruganti, chief technology officer of CanvasM Technologies, said in a statement. “Anite’s user-friendly solutions provide the latest functionalities and features that our customers require.�

Anite looks forward to providing its solutions to CanvasM Technologies' new lab, which was developed in response to an increasing customer demand for testing services due to mobile operators' rising LTE implementations and the production of more LTE capable devices.

“Anite is delighted to have been selected by CanvasM Technologies for their new U.S.

laboratory," Paul Beaver, products director of Anite, said in a statement. "Most tier one mobile operators and device manufacturers already use Anite’s conformance and interoperability testing solutions and a consistent utilization of test equipment across the device ecosystem ensures a quicker and smoother acceptance process.�

In related news, Anite recently won an Innovation Award during the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, recognizing the company as a leading vendor of wireless test solutions. The award mainly highlighted Anita's success in its SAS interoperability solution, which helped it become the first device test vendor to achieve the 80 percent validation target for GTI Priority-1 TD-LTE interoperability test cases for device functionality and performance in LTE.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey