Your Partner for OCF Certification Testing

Kyrio is an authorized test lab (ATL) for the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) certification program to help ensure security and interoperability best practices for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

Through our close involvement with the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) in specification and certification program development, Kyrio test engineers know how to prepare your device for real-world environments. In addition to being an ATL for the OCF, Kyrio is also a public key infrastructure (PKI) certificate provider for the OCF as well.

Choosing Kyrio as Your Authorized Test Lab

As a trusted partner of the communications industry, Kyrio’s world-class testing services offers the facilities, the people and the relationships to meet the needs of the industry.

Our 14,000-square-foot state-of-the-art testing lab features an investment in excess of $20 million, including an expansive set of network equipment, multiple cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) and a 5,000-square-foot test house. Kyrio has both the capacity and expertise to help get your product to market.

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Getting Started
Submit a device for OCF compliance testing

To submit a device to Kyrio for OCF compliance testing, complete the following steps:

  1. Become an OCF member and pay the applicable annual membership fee, and sign the OCF Certification Mark and Licensing Agreement.
  2. Applicant vendor submits the following information to the OCF Certification Body:
    • Device and contact information
    • Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)
    • Select Kyrio as preferred OCF ATL
  3. Upon approval of above information by OCF, the applicant vendor sends their candidate OCF device to Kyrio by following these steps:
    • Request a login for the Kyrio Product Submission Tool (PST) to and include “Kyrio PST login request” in the subject line.
    Log into PST and complete your submission form.
    • Ship your device to:
      Attn: OCF Submissions
      858 Coal Creek Circle
      Louisville, CO 80027
  4. Upon arrival of the device to our facility, Kyrio executes the tests according to the OCF test plan and provides test logs to the OCF Certification Body.
  5. If the device passes, the vendor receives a certificate of conformity from the OCF Certification Body, which authorizes the vendor to use the certification mark on the certified device and in associated marketing material, according to the OCF Logo Usage Guidelines.
  6. If the device fails, then the OCF Certification Body notifies the vendor and ATL of the feature and reason. No certificate is issued, and the vendor may not market the device as OCF certified. In this case, Kyrio will work closely with the vendor to resolve issues and retest the device for certification.

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