Kyrio Adds octoScope octoBox Testbed to its Testing Services

As a provider of unique testing solutions for customers who are dedicated to connecting people, places and devices, Kyrio is excited to announce that we have added the octoScope octoBox personal testbed to our testing services.

The addition of the octoBox is a complement to Kyrio’s existing testing equipment and capabilities, which includes a Rohde & Schwarz anechoic chamber, CMTS, Ixia IXChariot and IXVeriWave software, and 5,000 sq. ft. test house.

The octoBox testbed is another tool in our arsenal that allows us to better simulate real-life wireless environments for our customers. The octoBox is a flexible and powerful tool that can be used to simulate different clients, access points, and test different types of interference.

Watch the video below to see the octoBox in action in our labs:

Click here to read the full news issued by octoScope.

If you are interested in learning more, please reach out to us to schedule 1:1 time with one of our testing experts.


For manufacturers and service providers, Kyrio accelerates and deploys new network innovations into the ecosystem. Backed by the power of CableLabs, Kyrio sets technology on a path to commercialization, enabling not just today but tomorrow’s communication.

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