New UNH-IOL Product Helps Customers Reduce Time to Market

Monday, July 29, 2019

The University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL) has recently announced that their set of custom test tools, under the name QualiPhyer, is available to the public. QualiPhyer was developed at the UNH-IOL as part of its dedication to performing the most comprehensive Ethernet testing in the industry. QualiPhyer was initially developed as UNH-IOL’s in-house Fast and Gigabit Ethernet verification tools and is now a family of software packages that other companies can use in-house to test products’ conformance to electrical and optical standards set by IEEE 802.3™ and Mobile Industry Processor Interface (MIPI) Alliance. Standards like these are important to companies that build ethernet related products like network switches, Network Interface Cards (NICs), and MIPI devices because conformance to standards allows companies to show their products have passed the necessary requirements. Compliant products will be interoperable with other compliant products, including multi-vendor solutions.

The UNH-IOL is dedicated to being the world's premier data networking resource and has been helping companies efficiently and cost effectively deliver products to market since 1988. The QualiPhyer tools will help customers reduce their time to market by understanding where their products fall before sending them to the UNH-IOL for final testing, saving time and money by getting their products to market faster.

For more information about Qualiphyer and all of the UNH-IOL's products and services, visit their Products & Solutions page.

About the UNH-IOL

The UNH-IOL has built a multimillion dollar testbed and developed testing solutions to help companies deliver products to market. UNH-IOL’s services fit the needs of the market, while maintaining broad, comprehensive interoperability and conformance testing of networking, data, telecommunications, and storage products. The industry relies on UNH-IOL’s extensive staff experience, standards-bodies participation, 28,000+ square foot facility, and 100+ students who represent the future of interoperability testing and verification.