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QuikCycle Launches New Application Servers for Accelerated Test Automation

Posted in Software testing,testing tool by testing in London on May 6, 2007

From Thomas Net

QuikCycle, a leader in solutions for lab automation and test management software, have introduced the latest versions of its solutions pre-configured for ease of installation using QuikCycle’s new, advanced application servers. The new versions, named AutoLab and AutoLab AT, automate manual steps in the pre- production testing lifecycle for networks and network-related equipment. Through automated testing, service providers or network equipment manufacturers can accelerate time-to-market for new services or products.

QuikCycle provides the only software solution that enables fully integrated support at each step in the test lifecycle. Designed for flexibility based on customer requirements, its new application server products allow testing organizations a choice of which steps they wish to automate.

For example, QuikCycle AutoLab can be installed to meet critical requirements for device inventory control, configuration management, scheduling of resources, and connectivity management. In contrast, QuikCycle AutoLab AT provides all the benefits of AutoLab combined with the added ability to support test planning, development, execution, archiving, and reporting using a common database. Working together, the applications provide a complete, automated platform for 24 hour, lights-out testing from anywhere in the world. AutoLab and AutoLab AT are available on the latest generation of Linux and Solaris servers fully preconfigured for ease of deployment, and include an Oracle database.

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