Hardware / Software Testing

Product Safety Testing

Hardware and Software Testing

Are you preparing to release a new computer product? NTS can exercise your product’s functionality throughout the entire development cycle – alpha, beta and/or golden master phases of development. NTS can start by developing comprehensive test plans and detailed test methodologies or you can supply us with a specific test plan to execute on your behalf.

Functionality Testing

Can be performed on hardware or software products to verify that your product functions exactly as designed. The general purpose of hardware and software functionality testing is to verify if the product performs as expected and documented, typically in technical or functional specifications. Developers creating a new product start from a functional specification, which describes the product’s capabilities and limitations. NTS Test Engineers utilize this specification, if available, as a guideline for expected product response. Tasks are exercised to test specific features or functions, and the results of these tasks are verified by NTS to be in compliance with the expected response. This type of testing is beneficial to product developers who are creating a new product or an existing product which has undergone significant enhancements or changes in capabilities.

Compatibility Testing

Is performed to make sure your product functions in its targeted use environment (e.g., different platforms, operating systems, chipsets, peripherals, manufacturers, etc.). Often vendors also refer to compatibility testing as interoperability testing – either term refers to making sure your product functions correctly with other products in the “real world” when released.

Performance Testing

Validates that your product functions acceptably for the market in which you are releasing your product. No one wants a product that they have to wait for or that feels sluggish.

Usability Testing

Is performed to provide an independent analysis of a product in terms of how easy or difficult it is to use. This may cover documentation, installation, and product use cases. In addition, a range of different user experience levels may be evaluated.

Automation Testing

Allows you to perform repetitive testing quickly and easily by scripting your product with one of many different industry tools.

Competitive Analysis Testing

Compares your product to similar products already in the market place. These may be products that you’ve previously released or competitive products, so that you can highlight your advantages – whether performance or usability.

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