The UNH InterOperability Lab Now Uses The Axiros ACS In Home Networking Test Services

13 December 2017 – MUNICH, GERMANY – Axiros, a global leader in the Internet of Things, Machine to Machine, TR-069, and device management industries, is pleased to announce that the company’s ACS software is now available at the University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL) Home Networking testing service.

The Axiros ACS serves as an interop equipment partner for the UNH-IOL’s  Home Networking Test Services. This service, offered at the UNH-IOL, performs product testing specific to managing home environments using the TR-069 protocol.

The partnership directly supports the UNH-IOL’s initiative to promote interoperability between home gateways, TR-069 Autoconfiguration Servers, and other devices.

“We are excited about the recent addition of the Axiros AXESS.ACS to our interoperability test bed. Axiros partnership will help expand our testing services for managed home gateways and IoT devices,” said Marion Dillon, Manager, Home Networking Technologies, UNH-IOL.

The University has a strong reputation with its software testing service and participates in many industry organizations, such as the Broadband Forum, IEEE, IETF, and the IPv6 Forum. Testing includes coverage of IEEE 802.11, IPv6, and TR-069 standards.

“The partnership with the UNH-IOL is a great opportunity for Axiros to assist a neutral testing facility dedicated to training future engineers as well as furthering the utility of IoT standards and testing in industry,” said Axiros CEO Kurt Peterhans.

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