CETECOM's SmartCard lab in Germany becomes NFC Forum accredited laboratory
After being a longtime NFC Forum member and accredited laboratory in Anyang (Korea), CETECOM now becomes also an NFC Forum accredited laboratory at our location in Saarbruecken (Germany)
The NFC Forum is an ideal extension of our existing portfolio in (contactless) SmartCard testing and certification services in Saarbruecken, such as EMVCo, MasterCard, VISA and ePassport. Due to the strengthening entanglement of test requirements around mobile phones, driven by industry organizations like GSMA, GCF or PTCRB, the provision of NFC Forum testing services is an important additional product CETECOM is able to provide to its customers.
Furthermore, new approaches in the public transport sector focus on integration of existing technologies (e.g. contactless smart cards and associated reader devices) into mobile phones. In order to ensure compliance and interoperability, performing tests according to NFC Forum requirements is an important aspect, CETECOM is now able to cover.
This new accreditation again sharpens CETECOM’s global SmartCard service portfolio, which already offers a wide range of SmartCard services to our customers.
For over twenty years, CETECOM has been renowned as an independent test laboratory for mobile phones and other wireless devices. With over 400 employees and test labs in Europe, North America and Asia, CETECOM offers a unique service portfolio servicing the entire range of cellular and consumer wireless products. CETECOM is a leading test and certification lab for smart cards, RFID and NFC applications.
CETECOM provides testing services, consulting and training for wireless technologies: Cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC and other systems. The company also performs a wide range of testing in the areas of mobile software applications, OTA, SAR, FCC, EMC, field trials, acoustics, batteries and accessories.
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