Speedtest Powers Handheld Broadband Testing Device

Speedtest Powers Handheld Broadband Testing Device

Less than a year after introducing MaxTester 635G as the world's first handheld G.fast test set, EXFO Inc. announces that the MaxTester 635G is the only Speedtest Powered broadband test device. The new software enables operators rolling out FTTx broadband in the residential services market to make sure subscribers get the throughput (upload and download speeds) they expect, based on results obtained directly from the testing devices used by technicians in the field. Speedtest has been integrated directly into the MaxTester 635G test solution. The technology measures true TCP throughput over G.fast/DSL or Ethernet circuits using the industry gold standard in internet connection speed testing. Service providers can now get more consistent results, more efficiently, with a single tool that integrates physical, service and throughput testing. The handheld MAX-635G enables technicians to perform a Speedtest anywhere in the last mile network (DPU/DSLAM, NID, ONT), and prove internet upload and download speeds to locally distributed Speedtest servers. For more information, visit http://www.exfo.com/products/field-network-testing/bu4-copper-access-multiplay/copper-dsl-broadband-services-testing/maxtester-635g  

Spec sheet: http://www.exfo.com/library/technical-resources/specification-sheets/bu4-maxtester-635g

Quebec, Canada

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