Category Archive: Hardware Tests

Jun 29 2010

Real World Interoperability Testing

Interoperability testing is a vital step in the manufacturing process. The growing variety of brands, interfaces, standards and electronic functions make it a challenge for manufacturers to ensure that their product will be compatible with other devices. To verify that a product is fully interoperable, manufacturers need to thoroughly test it using a range of …

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Mar 01 2010

Allion Puts LG Monitors to the Test

Allion recently had the opportunity to test the LG Network Monitor, a low-cost solution allowing multiple users to virtually share a PC. The LG monitors were put through a rigorous battery of tests designed to evaluate their performance and compatibility. The results were impressive. The LG computer monitors first went through the Windows Compatibility Test. …

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Feb 23 2010

Intel Reveals Strategy to Lead SSD Market

Intel aims to be the worldwide leader in the solid state drive (SSD) market. The company plans to unseat Samsung as the top market player while bringing SSDs to the forefront. In the SSD retail market, Intel currently claims the lead in the U.S. and sits second worldwide. Intel’s joint venture with Micron Technologies Inc. …

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Oct 05 2009

From Production to Primetime: TV Testing Makes Viewing Experience Better

Connecting a digital TV to the wide variety of devices found in a home theater can present challenges. TV signals input/output (I/O) interfaces, standards, and device variety are complex, and they can lead to poor connectivity among TVs and devices. TV tests aid television developers by ensuring product interoperability between the TV and top consumer …

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Sep 10 2009

Ruggedized Computers and Cell Phones: Testing Product Durability

In an age of continual computing evolution, users often take for granted the usability and durability of their computers and devices. If a consumer drops a cell phone, they anticipate it will survive the fall. If a laptop is left in a sweltering car all day, it’s expected to continue to function properly. Increasingly electronic …

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