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Allion's Global Mobile Phone IOP Center Catalogs over 1400 Mobile Phones Used for Global Interoperability Testing

Allion Labs, Inc. (Allion), a leading global engineering validation and consulting company, presents its “Global Mobile Phone IOP Center”, which catalogs over 1400 mobile phones in our global inventory. These mobile phones are used to simulate real-world interactions through scenario-based interoperability testing (IOT) of products within specific niches of digital ecosystems.

According to a recent Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) press release, mobile devices are the top-selling products of 2014.1 Considering the fast turnover rate for consumer electronics, Allion continuously collects new devices to update its platform of mobile phone resources. Mobile phones are selected for testing on the basis of brand, devices type, popularity and market share. Over the years, Allion has accumulated an inventory of over 1400 mobile phones. This inventory includes mobiles phones collected from North America, Japan, China, and Europe to emerging markets such as Southeast Asia and South America.

Allion’s “Global Mobile Phone IOP Center” can identify potential risks that your products might encounter in the global marketplace. Hardware and software validation measures product compatibility within digital ecosystems. Products with high product compatibility scores have greater reach into global markets. In addition to customized test plans for mobile devices, Allion also performs Interoperability Testing (IOT) on wearable, healthcare & fitness, smart home, and IVI (In-Vehicle Infotainment) system devices. Products with higher IOT scores generally offer a better user experience (UX) to consumers, which can be a competitive advantage for product manufacturers, distributors, and retailers.

For more information about Allion’s “Global Mobile Phone IOP Center” please contact us

1Consumer Electronics Industry Revenues to Reach All-Time High in 2014, Projects CEA’s Semi-Annual Sales and Forecasts Report. CEA, Published: 7/15/2014, Accessed: 10/7/2014