Test for Hire

Veryx Test-for-Hire enables equipment manufacturers to better manage the testing lifecycle of products, while delivering greater ROI and flexibility, without compromising quality

Test for Hire

Network equipment manufacturers and service provider organizations often find it a challenge to utilize their testing expertise optimally. Since most of the testing is done towards the end of product development, testing teams often do not get effectively used during the initial part of the development cycle. Towards the end of the development, there is often enormous pressure to get the products released after multiple cycles of testing. There is a constant concern that release delays will affect the time-to-market.

Thus organizations are looking for testing partners who can provide them with test expertise, so that they can be readily deployed as and when required, and who can provide independent third party validation of their products. This approach reduces the cost of ownership of having dedicated test expertise and, at the same time, ensures better product quality.

Veryx Test-for-Hire offering delivers significant efficiencies to Embedded, Networking and Communication solution providers a ready-to-use exhaustive library of tests, a well-equipped test lab and an expert testing team by leveraging on its established and standardized test infrastructure.

Veryx Test-for-Hire covers a full range of testing needs:

  • End-to-End testing
  • Feature testing
  • Performance testing
  • User Interface testing
  • Application testing

Veryx Test-for-Hire is customizable to suit your unique needs, enabling you to better manage the testing lifecycle of products, while delivering greater ROI and flexibility, without compromising quality.

Veryx also offers Test-for-Hire Services on third party test platforms.

End-to-end testing ensures a thorough verification of the device’s capabilities. It is performed immediately after development is completed and typically consists of the following activities:

  • Test Strategy Definition/Test Planning
  • Acceptance Testing
  • Comprehensive Testing (Functional, Performance, Scalability, Interoperability etc.)
  • User Document review

Feature testing ensures that each feature is implemented as per the functional specification. This could involve testing of all the features or just a sub-set of features. The testing typically involves the following:

  • Functionality Testing
  • Feature Interaction Testing
  • Boundary Condition Testing
  • Vulnerability Testing
  • Stress Testing
  • Stability Testing

Performance testing is done to measure the device performance metrics and compare against the performance requirement of the software. This testing measures performance metrics such as latency, throughput, address cache capacity, address learning rate etc.

User Interface testing verifies that the user interface is implemented as given in the User Interface Design Specification and typically consists of the following activities:

  • Testing for valid and invalid inputs
  • Compatibility test with different browsers (IE, Mozilla, etc.) on different OS (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.)
  • Functionality verification through user interface
  • Vulnerability testing

Application testing aims to verify the device functionality with the real-time applications and could cover the testing of the device in real-time deployment scenario. Application testing could be performed for environments such as:

  • Enterprise
  • Data Center
  • Carrier Ethernet
  • Broadband Access
  • Industrial Ethernet
  • WLAN


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