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Anritsu and Tech Mahindra launch IoT Experience Lab in California

Anritsu and Tech Mahindra have joined forces to launch an IoT Experience Lab at Tech Mahindra’s Fremont, CA facility. IoT device manufacturers can use the lab to test 5G devices used in emerging IoT use cases, as well as validate device performance and design.

“The advances in 5G will aid the evolution of innovative use cases in IoT. While this creates new opportunities, the way the design and manufacturing engineers validate products and procedures must also keep pace with the newer capabilities,” commented Rohit Madhok, global head of digital engineering services at Tech Mahindra. “Tech Mahindra’s NXT.NOW strategy focuses on accelerating enterprises’ 5G adoption and this collaboration with Anritsu to start an IoT Experience Lab at our Fremont facility is a significant step in this direction by enabling IoT device manufacturers to deliver high-quality solutions with much less time to market.”

In additional to its NXT.NOW framework, the collaboration will leverage use cases developed by Tech Mahindra. Additionally, it will make use of Anritsu’s automated smart application software that automatically performs functional, performance, stress and regression tests and provides user-friendly reports and logs to gauge device performance. Anritsu will also provide support for several technologies including 5G Non-Standalone (NSA) and Standalone (SA), 4G LTE and WLAN.

“5G brings the advantages and efficiencies of wireless technology to applications that help define the 4th Industrial Revolution. Each use case creates unique operational challenges that require specific tests,” said Robert E. Johnson, Anritsu general manager and vice president. “Our collaboration with Tech Mahindra provides a resource for manufacturers to cost- and time-efficiently verify that their devices will operate according to specifications in the most challenging real-world environments.”

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