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Indonesia's newly established Telecommunication Equipment Testing Center (BBPPT) has chosen Spirent Communications technology to carry out high-speed Ethernet network equipment and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing.

Spirent Communications is a worldwide supplier of test and assurance solutions for cutting-edge devices and networks. By utilizing the Spirent TestCenter solution, labs can easily conduct advanced testing with features such as high scalability, automation and real-time reporting for complex network systems.

Spirent's local partner for this project is Unitronic Jaya, an electronics company based in Bandung.

The BBPPT, located in Tapos, Depok, West Java, is currently being developed by Indonesia's Communication and Information Ministry. Its main objective is to protect and ensure the quality of telecommunications equipment. Additionally, it aims to guarantee that tools and devices used in Indonesia meet the high technical standards required by future communication networks.

By the end of this year, the state-of-the-art laboratory will be completed and will commence operations in early 2024. It will be one of the most advanced testing centers in Asia, featuring six laboratories equipped with cutting-edge technology. This will provide a top-notch testing environment for next-generation communication equipment.

Spirent TestCenter is a comprehensive testing solution that provides reliable and high-performance results. It is used by service providers, network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and enterprises to test, measure and validate their networks.

With TestCenter, they can confidently deploy services and ensure their networks are functioning optimally. This tool is suitable for various types of testing, including performance testing, virtualization analysis, cloud computing evaluation, mobile backhaul assessment and high-speed Ethernet examination.

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