remote testing

remote testing

[ri′mōt ′test·iŋ]
(computer science)
A method of testing and correcting computer programs; programmers do not go to the computer center but provide detailed instructions to be carried out by computer operators along with the programs and associated test data. Also known as remote debugging.
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Technology already exists chat makes remote testing possible.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-January 19, 2012-Accenture and NTT DOCOMO announce remote testing service for content providers(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Wireless QoS Manager allows unattended, remote testing from geographically distributed locations of voice services, low-level protocols and advanced services using centralized SIM (subscriber identity module) multiplexing.
Or should it train two or three technical personnel and invest in remote testing solutions?
It would also use remote testing to continuously check cars on the roads.
Nokia (NYSE: NOK), a world supplier of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) products and technologies, has launched the Nokia LoopMaster LT, a loop testing solution that provides remote testing capabilities of DSLAM equipment.
The case for remote testing versus testing at a hotsite location may come down to dollars and cents for many companies, but for M&T Bank the decision was based more on test effectiveness than economic factors.

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