The UNH-IOL Automated DSL and Gfast Tool Now Supports the Broadband Forums 212 MHz Gfast Certification Program (ID337i2)

Durham, N.H., April 2, 2019 -- The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL), an independent provider of broad-based testing and standards conformance solutions for the networking industry, announced their automated Gfast and DSL test tool, Test Sentinel, now supports the Broadband Forum’s 212 MHz Gfast Certification. The latest release allows companies to run automation testing in-house for Broadband Forum’s ID337 and ID337i2 before applying for the Broadband Forum Gfast Certification Program.

Test Sentinel also supports a range of tool and tests for debugging thorough testing of both Gfast and DSL. With the addition of ID337i2, pretesting for Gfast and the new 212 MHz Gfast Certification will help accelerate time to certification for companies looking to list their products on the certified device list.

“Test Sentinel can help you create a robust, interoperable device by providing the testing expertise of the UNH-IOL in your own lab,” said Dan Moss, project manager, Broadband Technologies, UNH-IOL.

Test Sentinel is available through various test package options learn more on the Products and Solutions page and to learn more about the tool itself, watch the demo video. Advanced debugging and failure analysis is also provided through the UNH-IOL DSL and Gfast Testing Service Memberships.

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