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The Months to Minutes (M2M) blog series is designed to provide helpful insights for organizations facing the growing challenges of digital disruption. The series highlights how continuous testing, driven by test and lab automation, optimizes the validation of an organization’s networks and business offerings. The result: taking testing processes that too often take months to perform and improving them so it can all be done in minutes – with increased efficiencies and capabilities.

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Real-time communication is an absolute necessity in Automotive manufacturing. Goal is to equip one single network with TSN enabled components for time-critical data transmission in and between vehicles, and in all future industrial environments. Spirent supports different setups for TSN + OPC UA Smart Manufacturing testbeds for IA and Automotive

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OmniAir plugfests enable chipset, Tier2, Tier1 and OEM’s to participate in intensive bench and field testing to achieve V2X conformance/interoperability and trusted device communication. Spirent supports such events with OmniAir certified conformance test equipment for WAVE-DSRC (V2X) technology ensuring SAE and IEEE standard compliance.

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Read about the challenges of M2M/IoT development and how you can make sure your IoT hardware and software solutions are compatible, flexible and future-proof.

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Read how vendors of Automotive Ethernet devices can ensure that their latest components are performing at high speed, with low latency, zero packet loss, and the highest reliability.

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A manual test team conducts most of its testing directly from a written test plan or tests in an ad-hoc manner. Few if any automation solutions or scripting skills are used by the team. Organizations with manual test teams include: service providers, network equipment manufacturers, network equipment resellers, and enterprise IT departments.

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Not all test and lab automation solutions are similar. Test environments come in all shapes and sizes. Organizations have a broad range of testing needs. From extensive experience in delivering automation solutions, Spirent’s test automation specialists have been able to define organizational categories for test automation. By understanding these organizational categories before integrating test automation, Spirent is able to define the right solution for our customers.

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A test lab is usually complex and comprised of a wide variety of equipment. Equipment may be shared by multiple users across a number of different test beds. Managing and maintaining a test lab can become extremely difficult.

Traditionally a test or lab automation solution is an answer to a productivity challenge. But a test lab automation solution needs to take into account the physical setup of the lab and its test beds, the users of the lab and the tests that need to be performed in the lab. Failure to consider all aspects of the testing environment will typically lead to rework and delays.

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The need for a comprehensive system testing to assure reliable solution quality multiplies exponentially over time. Poor planning for expanding product testing requirements will increase the risk of brand damage and leads to productivity and revenue loss. Automated testing is essential in keeping pace with the ever expanding product and system testing requirements.

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The Next Generation Network Delivery Solutions conference, hosted by the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) and the NTAF, was held at Hilton Doubletree, London on Nov. 27-28 2012. High profile speakers gathered from the around the globe to discuss Infrastructure Test Optimization (ITO), as well as the relevancy and performance of current test automation providers doing business within the telecommunications market. Spirent Communications sponsored the industry-wide event, among other solution vendors.

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Test automation is not new, but is becoming a business necessity, driven by the growing complexity of today’s networking technologies and competitive product development schedules. The need to bring new products and services to market very quickly, yet also ensure these new services meet exacting performance standards, makes test automation a strategic imperative. So, how do product development engineers manage conflicting schedules and needs for lab equipment access while controlling ...

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