Design performance delivered in the real world

Designed, developed and built in the UK, UTEST is a fully scalable, centralised FTTX quality assurance testing system covering your entire network, from back-haul to passive optical network (PON). The cloud-based software allows any field engineer, network operations centre (NOC) engineer or customer service representative to validate optical performance on demand from any location. The result: faster build-outs, fewer service commissioning failures, improved network performance, lower maintenance costs, higher customer satisfaction ratings – and faster return on investment.

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Delivering measurable benefits

UTEST delivers crucial benefits that give investors, build partners and network operators a critical edge in a fast-moving and highly competitive marketplace. Ultimately, these benefits help to maximise customer satisfaction ratings and return on investment.

Cutting build, maintenance, operating costs

UTEST centralised testing system can significantly reduce the cost of building networks in a number of ways. For example, it allows you to run tests any time, from anywhere. This significantly reduces costly on-site visits and travel expenditure. UTEST can also help to speed build times while maximising long-term savings by minimising post-build operating and maintenance costs.

Plugging the skills gap

UTEST enables any engineer to run network tests using a simple, easily accessible smartphone interface – even without specialist know-how or training. This immediately reduces problems associated with the scarcity of skilled field personnel – without compromising build quality or network performance.

Boosting customer satisfaction

UTEST helps to meet customer expectations by, for example, reducing service activation failures, shortening repair times, reinforcing reliability and optical quality while improving the overall customer experience. Ultimately, satisfied customers are the key to maximising return on investment.

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