This article originally appeared in Light Reading. Full, traditional DOCSIS certification testing isn’t fading into the distance anytime soon, but Kyrio, the CableLabs unit that runs those tests, is broadening its options. Kyrio is effectively opening up its test labs – and opening up access to the engineers who run them – with FlexTest, a…
This article originally appeared in TVTech. LOUISVILLE, Colo.—The CableLabs subsidiary Kyrio has launched its first Testing as a Service offering, FlexTest, which provides device manufacturers with automated, remote, and flexible test capabilities for the full product development lifecycle. The service is designed to help manufacturers speed up the process of certifying devices in an rapidly…
This article originally appeared in Light Reading. As the cable industry goes, so goes Kyrio, a subsidiary of CableLabs that has largely been known for certification testing for DOCSIS gateways and modems and, increasingly, for Wi-Fi security testing on behalf of cable operators and their suppliers. The cable industry continues to broaden its use of…
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