TRIANGLE camped out in EuCNC2018 for the week in Ljubljana from 18 – 21 June. We had a wonderful time demonstrating our testbed and talking to everyone about our state-of-the-art 5G testbed for application developers, device manufacturers and operators.
The TRIANGLE testbed is still open for applications until the end of November 2018. We are offering SMEs the opportunity to test their 5G applications and devices on a state-of-the-art testbed. This testbed is located in Malaga University but can
Based in The Hague in the Netherlands, TNO is one of a growing international network comprised of leading scientific institutes, companies with ambitious development profiles, universities and other partners in knowledge. Companies, public-sector bodies and social organisations work with TNO
This workshop is devoted to the dissemination of the results of the project TRIANGLE: 5G applications and devices benchmarking. The efforts for demonstrating the performance of 5G devices, services and apps facing the challenging requirements that 5G poses have been
Triangle announces the third Open Call for experimenters to use the Triangle Testbed. This is an excellent opportunity for App makers, IoT and device makers to get early access to this testing and certification platform. In addition to test automation
This year, there will be several TRIANGLE partners at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on 26th Feb to 1st March. Dekra will be in Hall 6 Stand 6L21, Keysight will be in Hall 6 Stand 6G30 and Stand 6O3MR.
Today a number of Virtual Reality apps are entering the marketplace. However, developers still do not have an efficient solution to test them under different radio and network conditions, in particular on a 5G network. The TRIANGLE testbed uses the
The Qualcomm TCN (Test Center Network) is a network of device test centers/houses to which Qualcomm provides services and technical support. As part of this technical support Qualcomm provides focused technical training. A Test Center Network Training Session took place
The latest version of the testbed is capable of doing handovers using commercial core networks and is called S1 Handover. This new feature brings our network scenarios closer to fully realistic mobility scenarios. Answering basic test questions as to how