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Autonomous vehicles demand rigorous testing that can be difficult to conduct on real roads. Here’s how we helped Italdesign create a flexible, integrated simulation platform.

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Read about the importance of having proper security assessment platforms that can provide proactive, in-depth and timely actionable insights into the health of enterprise network security posture

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Blog discusses the future of the data center and risks involved with migrating applications and workloads to the Cloud and best practices for overcoming related challenges.

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Spirent blog discusses highlights and take-aways from Wi-Fi World Congress USA 2019 and the latest trends being discussed by the Wi-Fi industry.

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Developers of connected and autonomous vehicles are exploring the potential of RTK and PPP for precise positioning. This blog explores the need for lab-based simulation of error correction

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Developers of connected and autonomous vehicles must assess how well the vehicle’s antenna receives GNSS signals – and that requires over-the-air testing. This blog looks at the implications.

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Developers of connected autonomous vehicles must understand the impact of multipath and obscuration on the GNSS receiver. This blog explores the need for 3D simulation in the research lab.

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Positioning is a critical capability for autonomous vehicles, and requires testing over hundreds of millions of significant miles. We explore the case for simulation with hardware in the loop.

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Connected autonomous vehicles rely on a battery of sensors for position, navigation and timing. Our new blog series will look at four critical aspects of testing PNT capabilities in the lab.

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Spirent participated in the fourth OPNFV Plugfest hosted at the Intel campus near Portland, OR. Read about the plugfest highlights and the ever-growing potential of NFV technology.

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Virtualized regression means the Device Under Test (DUT) and test tools are either VMs or containers that run on commodity servers with little to no requirement for specialized hardware testing.

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There is considerable market demand for a cost-effective solution that new speeds between Gigabit and 10 Gigabit offer. Market forces are driving the need for 2.5G and 5G BASE-T products to help optimize existing structural cabling, allowing enterprises and SPs to reap the benefits of higher performance and cost savings.

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Performance Consistency is one of the key aspects of providing confidence to SPs in deploying VNFs. An automated test methodology to effectively characterize the performance of NFV service chains and associated components is required to accelerate deployment and lowering the test times in lab as well as live environment.

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The biggest navigation conference of the year, The Institute of Navigation’s GNSS+, came to a close last week, September 8-12. Why the “+”? To recognise that Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), although an autonomous technology, is rarely enough to assure the performance, resilience or trust that is needed for the huge range of today’s position, navigation and timing applications.

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Visit us at Booth #735! The convergence of the Mobile Internet and Cloud Computing is inevitable as consumer demand for mobile devices and applications continue to grow exponentially. However, can devices and networks handle the data storage and data processing offloaded from mobile devices? Will consumers be able to access their mobile applications, share data, collaborate and multi-task? And can all of this be accomplished with security, without a noticeable difference in performance in Applic...

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