Companies optimise testing for energy labelling regulation for smartphones and tablets

05-02-2024 | Anritsu | Test & Measurement

SmartViser and Anritsu have joined forces to usher in a new era of mobile device testing for energy labelling regulation. This strategic partnership uses SmartViser's expertise in test automation and Anritsu's cutting-edge testing solutions to provide comprehensive, efficient, and innovative testing solutions for the ever-evolving mobile ecosystem.

The integration of the companies' solutions creates a synergistic approach to smartphone and tablet testing for the EU Energy labelling regulation, providing manufacturers and service providers with a comprehensive suite of tools. This collaboration aims to streamline testing processes, accelerate time-to-market for new devices, and enhance the overall user experience.

Jonathan Borrill, CTO for Anritsu T&M, says: "We are proud to inform partnership with SmartViser and contribute to smart energy initiatives towards a decarbonised society. Combining SmartViser's innovative solutions with Anritsu communications technology will bring revolutionary and a major step towards achieving carbon neutrality."

Commenting on the partnership, Gilles Ricordel, CEO of SmartViser, stated, "We are thrilled to collaborate with Anritsu, a renowned name in the testing and measurement industry. This partnership represents a significant leap forward in our mission to provide cutting-edge testing solutions for the rapidly evolving mobile landscape. By combining our automation expertise with Anritsu's industry-leading technology, we are empowering our customers to deliver products and services in the market that exceed consumer expectations."

SmartViser was selected by the EU to create the first pilot application for Android and iOS to test the energy class and battery consumption of smartphone devices and tablets.

A full set-up demo can be found at the Mobile World Congress, Anritsu stand 5D41, and SmartViser on stand 5B41, both in Hall 5.

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By Seb Springall