|USGv6 & IPv6 Ready Logo Testing Process (updated)||Michayla Newcombe||
Learn more about the USGv6 & IPv6 Ready Logo Testing Process in this easy to follow infographic. To learn more about how to get your products certified, visit our testing services page.
|Tutorials||June 1, 2023|
|Testing the Limits: TSN and SPE Validation Updates (Feb 2023)||Bob Noseworthy & Jason Sisk||
Join UNH-IOL's Bob Noseworthy & Jason Sisk in a discussion centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet. Hear updates from the IEEE 802.1 and .3 Plenary, 10BASE-T1L and 10BASE-T1S Status, IEEE 1588 Certification, and more.
|Webinars||February 15, 2023|
|UNH-IOL Forum for TSN and SPE Validation Updates (Dec)||Bob Noseworthy & Jason Sisk||
Learn about recent updates centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet. This month's forum covers the following topics for 10BASE-T1S Plugfest, IEEE Plenary Bangkok and 1000BASE-T1 and Multigig Updates.
|Webinars||December 15, 2022|
|UNH-IOL NVMe® Development & Future Roadmap Webinar||Carter Snay & James Kahn||
We cover the following updates/items:
|Webinars||November 3, 2022|
|UNH-IOL Webinar: NVMe™ Plugfest #18 Webinar||Carter Snay & James Kahn||
Please join UNH-IOL’s Carter Snay, Technical Manager & James Kahn, Software Development Manager both in Data Center Technologies on this webinar as they discuss:
|Webinars||October 11, 2022|
|Piecing Together the Performance Testing Puzzle||Chris Brown & Tim Carlin, UNH-IOL||
The latest Dark Reading Ezine focused on Security Testing, features a piece by the IOL "Piecing Together the Performance Testing Puzzle" on pg. 17 NetSecOPEN is developing more security effectiveness test cases as it works to expand and evolve its consensus-driven testing model.
|External Links||September 6, 2022|
|Making Auto-Negotiation & Link Training Reliable and Why It Matters||Kae Dube, UNH-IOL & Joshua Harsch & Craig Foster, Teledyne LeCroy||Learn about Auto-Negotiation (ANEG) and Link Training (LT) by looking at common issues folks may run into during testing. Successful ANEG and LT have shown to reduce overall installation time while minimizing the risk of ongoing mistakes. This video will cover an introduction to ANEG: Why it’s used and how it's implemented, how ANEG reduces time for manual configuration and minimizes 'mistakes' and much more!||Tutorials||August 31, 2022|
|Testing the Limits: An IOL Forum for TSN and SPE Validation Updates (June 2022)||Bob Noseworthy, UNH-IOL||
Watch UNH-IOL's Bob Noseworthy in the discussion centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet. Expect the following updates in the video:
|External Links||June 28, 2022|
|Testing the Limits: An IOL Forum for TSN and SPE Validation Updates (June)||Bob Noseworthy, UNH-IOL||
Join UNH-IOL's Bob Noseworthy in our discussion centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet. Sync up with UNH-IOL’s status and development plans and join in to share your needs. Our format is new and open, but come prepared to share your ideas and expect the following:
|Tutorials||June 28, 2022|
|Testing The Limits: TSN and SPE Updates (April 2022)||Bob Noseworthy||
Join UNH-IOL's Bob Noseworthy in our discussion centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet. Sync up with UNH-IOL’s status and development plans and join in to share your needs. This is an open forum, so come prepared to share your ideas and expect the following IOL updates:
|Tutorials||June 28, 2022|
|Testing The Limits: TSN and SPE Updates (Feb 2022)||Bob Noseworthy & Griffin Leclerc||
Join UNH-IOL's Bob Noseworthy in our discussion centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet. Sync up with UNH-IOL’s status and development plans and join in to share your needs. Our format is new and open, but come prepared to share your ideas and expect the following IOL updates:
|Tutorials||April 6, 2022|
|Auto-Negotiation Technology Overview||Spencer Janelle||
As defined by the IEEE 802.3 Working Group, Auto-Negotiation is the process that Ethernet Devices use to identify and resolve the highest possible link between two devices. In simplified terms, Auto-Negotiation aids a user in finding the highest and most efficient operating speed for their system. Learn more about Auto-Negotiation in this overview paper written by Spencer Janelle, UNH-IOL Test Technician, CS, 2022.
|Tutorials||March 23, 2022|
|Power over Ethernet (PoE) Certification Process||Grace Silha||
The UNH-IOL acts as the 3rd Party Test Lab for the Ethernet Alliance PoE Certification Program. This Program works to identify PoE Powered Devices (PDs) and Power Sourcing Equipment (PSEs) that are based on IEEE 802.3 PoE specifications and have passed the Ethernet Alliance PoE Test Plan. Learn more about the process in this step by step graphic.
|Tutorials||February 28, 2022|
|NVMe® Integrator's List Process||Grace Silha||
We have been a leader and expert in NVMe® Testing Services for several years providing conformance and interoperability testing. In addition, storage vendors from around the world test against NVMe standards to qualify them for the NVMe Integrator's List. The NVMe Integrator's List currently consists of configurations that have proven to be interoperable and conformant to NVMe standards. Here is a quick graphic highlighting the process of getting products on the list.
|Tutorials||February 28, 2022|
|USGv6 Testing Process||Michayla Newcombe||
Learn about the USGv6 Testing Process including in-house pre testing, all in this downloadable info graphic.
|Tutorials||February 28, 2022|
|Testing the Limits: An IOL Forum for TSN and SPE Validation Updates||Bob Noseworthy||
Join UNH-IOL's Bob Noseworthy in our discussion centered around IEEE 802.1, specific to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) and IEEE 802.3 Single Pair Ethernet (SPE). Learn about the following IOL updates: 10BASE-T1L and Advanced Physical Layer (APL) work, 1000BASE-T1 validation, plans for MultiGigBASE-T1, TSN test NIC status, validation of Time Aware Shaping, PTP, UNH-IOL BitPhyer based preemption testing, including negative test conditions & IEEE Certification for IEEE 1588 profiles and more. Live discussion as well!
|External Links||December 13, 2021|
|The Current State of USGv6 and IPv6 Ready Logo||Michayla Newcombe & Timothy Carlin||
Learn about the latest information pertaining to USGv6 Revision 1 (USGv6-r1) and IPv6 Ready Logo. Testing is available now for USGv6-r1. Starting in November 2022 buyers will no longer be able to accept SDoCs for the previous revision of the profile. The UNH-IOL's accredited testing can test your products for USGv6-r1 and IPv6 Ready Logo.
|Tutorials||August 9, 2021|
|Broadband Forum TR-398i2 Testing Webinar||Lincoln Lavoie, UNH-IOL and Mike Talbert, Verizon||
Please join Lincoln Lavoie, UNH-IOL, and Mike Talbert, Verizon, as they review the upcoming release of Broadband Forum’s TR-398 Issue 2 testing, the latest release in wireless performance testing. TR-398i2 encompasses a set of performance metrics in different scenarios and focuses on Wi-Fi router performance to help benefit broadband gateway vendors and service providers by lowering costs and improving customer satisfaction.
|Tutorials||April 1, 2021|
|NVMe Integrators List Statistics, Dec 2020||Grace Silha||
All things NVMe Integrator's List in this facts graphic. Click to learn and see the evolution of the list, product types listed, and more. The NVMe Integrator's List currently consists of configurations that have proven to be interoperable and conformant to NVMe standards.
|Tutorials||February 9, 2021|
|USGv6 Registry Infographic||Mara Johnson||
Exciting stats to share for the 10th year of the USGv6 Registry! Check below to learn about the products tested, IPv6 capabilities, and more. As of May 2020 there have been 550 total products tested and more to share.
|Tutorials||February 3, 2021|
|Accelerate 1588/PTP and TSN Testing with UNH-IOL vIOLett® Software||Bob Noseworthy & Daroc Alden||
vIOLett® is a family of software packages used to test a product’s conformance to common protocols used in Time Sensitive Networking (TSN). There are vIOLett packages to test 1588, including Telecom and Power Profile, gPTP, MRP, MSRP, MVRP, and CBS. In addition, vIOLett is used to test products for the Avnu Certification Program, including Bridges, Pro AV or Milan Endstations, and Automotive devices. Learn how this tool can help identify areas of improvement during the development process and automate testing, reducing time to market and increasing your product’s reliability. In this presentation, industry experts, Bob Noseworthy and Daroc Alden, UNH-IOL, will review key features of vIOLett and what it means for your TSN testing.
|Tutorials||January 31, 2021|
|Wi-Fi 6 Seminar: Broadband Forum TR-398 Certification Update||Lincoln Lavoie||
Part 5 of octoScope's seminar covering Wi-Fi 6 test methods and standards including live demonstrations of OFDMA testing on the octoBox testbed. Featuring speakers from octoScope, University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory and dot11 Labs, this seminar focuses on how testbeds, test methods and data visualization must be enhanced for meaningful Wi-Fi 6 testing.
|External Links||March 17, 2020|
|USGv6 Informational Webinar||
Check out our latest webinar highlighting updates for the USG Test Program and IPv6 Ready Logo program with industry experts Timothy Winters, UNH-IOL; Michayla Newcombe, UNH-IOL and Doug Montgomery, NIST, as they discuss new updates on the USGv6 Test Program.
|External Links||January 2, 2020|
|vIOLett Test Software for Avnu TSN Certification||
Learn how to configure and use our test tool, vIOLett, to test Time Sensitive Networking to be better prepared for certification testing. vIOLett includes 802.1AS (gPTP); 802.1BA and more for coverage all within the vIOLett for Avnu test package. Check out this demo and install video for more information on vIOLett.
|External Links||December 17, 2019|
|The OCP NIC 3.0 Fixture & What is Means for Datacenters||
The Open Compute Project (OCP) in conjunction with the UNH-IOL, has projects underway to integrate and validate new form factors for using PCIe in servers to address server needs. Let’s now review the limitations typically faced by server manufacturers, such as thermal considerations, connector size, and data rates, and solutions to these limitations in this interview with David Woolf and Mike Klempa at the lab.
|External Links||December 12, 2019|