, a leading provider of wireless test solutions, announced today they have partnered with Access Network Technology Limited (ANT) and Fujitsu Limited to develop software to test ANT’s multi-mode (LTE/3G/GSM) wireless chipsets ANT30 and ANT40. The new software will enable rapid testing of wireless devices that use ANT chipsets. Minoru Sakata, who serves as both president of ANT and head of Fujitsu’s Network Product Business Unit, said “We are very pleased to work with LitePoint and have an optimized, exceptionally fast solution for ANT chipsets. This solution will help ANT to market and sell its chipsets and help Fujitsu and any other customer who uses ANT chipsets to shorten the time to market and reduce test time and cost for their products.”
Brad Robbins, COO at LitePoint said, “We are happy to have ANT as our chipset partner and help ANT customers, including Fujitsu, to reduce their time to market and test cost. This partnership with ANT is another example of our commitment to support all major chipsets used by manufacturers of smartphones and other wireless products.”
The software will be utilized in the LitePoint IQxstream
an industry leading platform for testing multiple cellular devices in parallel; enabling device makers to accurately verify and calibrate their products at extremely high speeds.
Fujitsu has also adopted the LitePoint IQxstream as their test platform for verifying and calibrating their wireless products in manufacturing.
LitePoint, a wholly owned subsidiary of Teradyne, Inc. (NYSE:TER), is based in Sunnyvale, California. The company designs, develops and supports advanced wireless test solutions for developers of wireless devices and consumer electronics, contract manufacturers and wireless integrated circuit designers. LitePoint solutions have enabled optimization and verification of the operation of more than one billion wireless devices worldwide. LitePoint products are used in development and high-volume manufacturing, providing its customers with improved ROI, time-to-market, manufacturing yields, and product quality. For more, go to