Wind River, a provider in embedded and mobile software,
announced that Fujitsu is using Wind River Framework for Automated Software
Testing (FAST) to test its Android smartphones for software quality,
performance and compliance.
Wind River FAST for Android is a fully automated software
testing solution for Android-based devices that facilitates lower testing costs
and faster time-to-market for device manufacturers
By automating the extensive testing process using our
commercial-quality test solution, companies can deliver high-quality products
in the shortest time frame while adhering to their budgets,” said Jerry
Ashford, vice president and general manager of mobile solutions at Wind River.
Wind River FAST is currently in use to test the next
generation of Fujitsu smartphones. These devices are planned to be available to
the market later this year.
Following the merger of the mobile phone businesses of
Fujitsu and Toshiba, Fujitsu is now the second largest mobile phone
manufacturer in Japan, combining the extensive mobile knowledge and technology
of both companies to deliver products and services to meet the needs of
demanding consumers worldwide for high-quality Android products.
Wind River FAST for Android helps device manufacturers,
silicon vendors and mobile operators deliver a high level of software quality
for their Android implementations. Wind River FAST tests devices in the areas
of software quality, performance and compliance.
As we prepare to launch our next generation of
Android-based smartphones, it is critical to ensure we deliver the
highest-quality, reliable device. Wind River has deep Android expertise, and
its Wind River FAST solution helps us ensure quality, performance and
compliance while meeting highly competitive time-to-market deadlines,” said
Naoko Yoshizawa, general manager of platform development at Fujitsu.
Fujitsu recently announced its new
100G Transponder and 100G Muxponder cards for the FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet Optical
Networking Platform (Packet ONP).
It is designed for use on metro, regional, and long-haul
networks. The 100G units allow carriers to significantly expand network
capacity, improve spectral efficiency, and lower the cost per bit of optical
transport networks. Supporting up to 88 channels, the FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet ONP
provides up to 8.8 Terabits of network capacity to meet the ever growing need
for bandwidth on core networks.
By Telecomlead.com Team