This FAQ addresses new changes to the DOCSIS 3.1 certification testing process that improves the speed and predictability of testing.
Kyrio is hosting a free webinar on June 7th for an explanation of DOCSIS 3.1 certification changes.
The transition of the CableLabs’ Lab Services team to Kyrio Testing Services is moving forward smoothly and quickly. As a part of this transition, we are establishing a culture of continuous improvement in our testing process, increasing the speed of delivery for our customers while maintaining the extremely high quality level that has been our[…]
As part of CableLabs’ innovation and leadership for the global cable industry, testing and certification services are becoming part of Kyrio.
Kyrio, a provider of unique testing solutions for network technology services, is proud to congratulate Tekoia for having one of the first client applications certified by the Open Connectivity Foundation.
Kyrio is attending CES 2017 in Las Vegas with the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) to show how wireless testing can accelerate IoT products to market.
Today Kyrio announced it is now providing Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) Carrier Wireless Service Certification (CWSC) testing in compliance with the WBA’s Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) program. As a WBA member and contributor to the certification program, Kyrio is ready to work with operators and equipment vendors to get devices and network equipment WBA CWSC certified.[…]
Today, Kyrio announced that it has been authorized to provide IoT device certification testing in compliance with the Open Connectivity Foundation’s (OCF) specifications. This news is an addition to the company’s existing testing services, and as of today, Kyrio is ready to begin working with manufacturers to begin the process of getting their devices certified.[…]
Mitch Ashley, the president and GM of CableLabs’ Kyrio subsidiary, said the operation expects to launch Wi-Fi roaming services for as many as nine cable operators in the United States in the next three quarters. He added that the company also expects to ink roaming agreements with major U.S. cable operators, including those that are[…]
Mid-tier cable operator Midco said it recently inked an agreement with CableLabs subsidiary Kyrio that will allow its customers to roam onto the public Wi-Fi networks operated by other cable companies. The deal will also support reciprocal roaming, so that customers from other cable operators can also roam onto Midco’s public Wi-Fi network. Read the[…]