SAN DIEGO, July 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Mobile vendors seeking CCF device certification can now use the CCF CSIM Terminal Conformance device endorsement to test their CSIM devices according to the CCF CSIM test plan "Mobile Equipment (ME) Conformance Testing with CSIM."
"COMPRION SIMfony CDMA2000" is the first approved test system to verify interoperability between the CSIM card and the handset.
The successful validation of CSIM test cases on COMPRION's conformance platform "COMPRION SIMfony CDMA2000" marks the availability of CSIM testing as part of CCF Certification Process.
Udo Willenbrink, Head of Product Unit COMPRION SIMfony states: "CCF CSIM terminal testing will provide network operators more confidence for using the CSIM as the access application to CDMA2000 networks."
"We believe that adding CSIM test cases on COMPRION's conformance platform to our CCF certification process will provide vendors and operators with another important layer of functional and interoperability testing for both cdma2000 and multi-mode devices," says Mitch Kettrick, CCF CWG and Steering Chairman.
COMPRION GmbH is the global leading manufacturer of comprehensive standard test equipment for Smart Card interfaces with more than 15 years' experience in Smart Card technology. COMPRION develops, manufactures, and markets test and measurement equipment for Smart Card Vendors, Smart Card Issuers, and Terminal Manufacturers across various market sectors and technologies.
The CDMA Certification Forum, or CCF, is a partnership between wireless operators and wireless device vendors to establish and maintain a core global device certification process that helps improve quality through consistent interoperability, conformance and performance testing across the globe.
SOURCE: CDMA Certification Forum
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