Indonesia’s new Telecommunication Equipment Testing Center (BBPPT) has selected Spirent Communications technology to conduct high-speed Ethernet network equipment and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing.
Spirent Communications is a global provider of test and assurance solutions for next-generation devices and networks. It explains that utilizing the Spirent TestCenter solution enables labs to facilitate advanced testing features that include high scalability, automation, and real-time reporting for complex network systems.
Spirent’s local partner on the project is Bandung-based Electronics company Unitronic Jaya.
Located in Tapos, Depok, West Java, the BBPPT is being developed by Indonesia’s Communication and Information Ministry. The aim of the centre is to be able to protect and maintain the quality of telecommunication equipment, and guarantee that tools and devices intended for use in Indonesia meet the exacting technical requirements demanded by next generation communications networks.
The state-of-the-art laboratory will be completed by the end of the year and begin operations early in 2024 when it will be one of the most sophisticated testing centres in Asia, boasting six laboratories outfitted with cutting-edge equipment to provide a world-class testing ground for next-generation communications equipment.
Spirent TestCenter is an end-to-end test solution delivering high performance with deterministic answers. Service providers, network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and enterprises use TestCenter to test, measure, and validate their networks and deploy services with confidence – from traditional performance testing to rigorous analysis of virtualization, cloud computing, mobile backhaul, and high-speed Ethernet.