FirstNews Briefs: Nexius, SOASTA, Global Tek Labs, NetComm Wireless
Nexius announced today the appointment of telecommunications expert Richard Statler as Vice President of Network Deployment, West Region. Operating out of the Costa Mesa, California office, Statler is responsible for defining business strategy for emerging technologies, as well as ensuring the quality and delivery of customer solutions across the western region of the United States.
SOASTA today announced that Huawei has selected SOASTA to provide continuous integration and functional test automation for its business and consumer offerings. Huawei will utilize SOASTA TouchTest and CloudTest for internal testing of Huawei’s apps, to ensure acceptable performance and user experiences for its PaaS (Platform as a Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) ecosystem.
Global Tek Labs, a US-based contract manufacturing engineering consulting firm, is now licensed as an Apple MFi Manufacturer. Global Tek Labs actively uses this license to assist clients with product development projects for the full range of Apple mobile devices including the 5th generation iPod touch, iPhone 5/5C/5S, fourth generation iPad, iPad Mini, and iPad Air. This important designation allows Global Tek to assist clients in their Apple device accessory product conversion from 30 pin dock connectors to Lightning connectors and to aid in certification testing and development of innovative new products.
NetComm Wireless Limited (ASX: NTC) today announced the launch of its 3G M2M Router Plus (NTC-6200 series),an M2M device that addresses universal applications in areas such as asset management, security & surveillance, building automation, point of sale, healthcare and smart city initiatives. The new NTC-6200 series has been designed to deliver reliable connectivity and remote management capabilities to ensure businesses can keep operational costs to a minimum and run their assets efficiently.