The University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) InterOperability Lab (IOL) wears two hats.
First, it serves as a third party testing house for technology companies looking to have their products certified by the AVnu Alliance.
Second, it employs students to test those products and give them a leg up in the engineering industry.
The IOL as a Testing House
As a third party testing space, UNH’s IOL is used to test products manufactured by technology companies across the globe. These companies submit their products to be tested in order to be stamped and certified with the AVnu Alliance’s logo.
The AVnue Alliance’s certified stamp indicates that a particular product is interoperable with other certified technologies within a network or ecosystem.