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NSTL

(National Software Testing Lab, Blue Bell, PA, www.nstl.com) An independent organization established in 1983 that evaluates computer hardware and software in the PC, mobile and gaming markets. It adheres to controlled testing methods to ensure objective results.
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As Windows 2000 continues to be deployed in corporations globally, we felt it was important to provide the IT community with information that would educate them on the advantages of using Diskeeper in an enterprise environment over the manual defragmenter built into Windows 2000," said Lloyd Holder, CEO of NSTL.
The comparison test was conducted by NSTL under contract to Epson.
NSTL tested the effects of fragmentation on files of all types and sizes.
facility, NSTL has labs in Canada, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, China, Israel, and the UK.
As a leading certification lab, NSTL is committed to using innovative testing technologies such as the Azimuth W-Series," commented Summer Chien, president of Allion Computers.
NSTL and QUALCOMM have worked to ensure that BREW-based applications deliver the user experience and impact that their developers envisioned for operators and their subscribers," said Lloyd Holder, chief executive officer for NSTL.
VIRTU will develop a variety of educational materials for NSTL, including a microsite with information on NSTL's new products and services; promotional games to help mobile software developers use AppRELAY solutions; and, a variety of electronic marketing, email and interactive promotions.
In addition to the actual testing, NSTL will also eliminate several challenges that confront Operators with respect to application testing.
Along with being stripped to `lite' functionality, the defrag technology built into Windows 2000 or XP is locked and cannot advance," said Lloyd Holder, Chief Executive Officer of the National Software Testing Labs, known as NSTL.
In our latest report we establish the significant performance gains possible through the use of cost-effective network defragmentation tools," said Lloyd Holder, chief executive officer of NSTL, also known as National Software Testing Labs.
Through a series of meticulous tests conducted over the past few years, we have documented a staggering degree of lost system performance on fragmented systems running Windows NT and 2000," said Lloyd Holder, chief executive officer of NSTL.
As the world's first independent software testing service, NSTL is able to draw on its vast experience to help companies like Nokia meet their testing goals," said Lloyd Holder, CEO of NSTL.