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TI establishes interoperability test labs

Posted: 15 Sep 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:texas instruments? interops test labs? dsl interoperability? dsl modems? automated testing?

Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) has announced the establishment of its InterOps Test Labs DSL interoperability program for customers of TI's DSL business unit, as part of the company's overall interoperability strategy for all of its broadband products.

The TI InterOps Test Labs DSL program has facilities in San Jose, California and Dallas, Texas and includes testing against more than 30 leading infrastructure line cards and over 250 unique DSL modems and routers with multiple code loads for each. The interoperability lab includes automated testing of many operator-specific network requirements in addition to industry testing against standards such as TR-048. This enables TI customers to receive operator-specific reports on how TI's DSL CO and CPE solutions perform within these operator requirements to provide information for operator tenders.

"Interoperability has been a focus of TI's for the past 10 years. We have seen the increased importance placed on interoperability and began this program to help our customers meet the varying requirements of operators worldwide," said Ben Wagner, director, worldwide marketing and business development of TI's DSL Business Unit. "The InterOps Test Labs program allows our OEM customers to speed their time to revenue of their TI-based products by reducing their operator qualification time."

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