During the recent GCF CAG#52 October meeting in Venice, the new work item 249 was activated. This was possible because 100% of the contained test cases were validated on COMPRION test systems. “The work item covers several technologies such as card emulation, Bearer Independent Protocol (BIP), general device support, and Android-specific device support,” says Hajo Sandschneider, Marketing Director at COMPRION. “The referenced test cases are defined in the GSMA TS.27 NFC Handset Test Book. We are proud that 100% of the conformance test cases were validated by GCF so that work item 249 UICC based NFC Services (Rel-9) could be activated.” The new work item extends the test coverage for NFC-related conformance certification criteria in accordance with the conformance test cases defined in various chapters of the GSMA TS.27 document. The newly added test cases reached 100% validation on the COMPRION UT³ Platform listed as TP 118. UT³ Platform is COMPRION’s universal conformance platform for contact-based and contactless terminal testing.
Comprion RSP M2M Test Platform is a collection of server simulations providing SOAP At the Mobile World Congress, the biggest telecommunications tradeshow taking place February 27 to March 02 in Barcelona, Comprion will focus on presenting testing solutions around the arising IoT world for both GSMA specifications: M2M and consumer devices. COMPRION Network Bridge Comprion will show the new RSP M2M Test Platform for testing M2M Remote SIM Provisioning scenarios. It is a collection of server simulations providing Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) interfaces, which can be used to test all involved RSP scenarios and entities (eUICCs, SM-DP, SM-DR). “We will also showcase our eUICC Profile Manager for managing embedded SIMs through their entire life cycle. It is a useful tool for preparing eUICCs for further testing,” explains Hajo Sandschneider, Marketing Director at Comprion. The company will also demo the award-winning software solution COMPRION Network Bridge with a new LPA Simulation. In addition, Comprion will be part of the self-discovery tour of key demonstrations for the GSMA embedded SIM specification for M2M. M2M Remote SIM Provisioning In the past months, Comprion has intensively dealt with the challenges of eUICC/eSIM and Remote SIM Provisioning testing to find answers to the following questions: • How to access the UICC when it is permanently soldered into the device? • How to make remote SIM provisioning reliable? • How to assure that the old processes and technologies also interoperate in the new world? • How to prove that changing an operator profile works as intended? • How to prove that an eSIM can be moved from the realm of one operator to another? Comprion will present the testing concepts and solutions relating to these topics at the Mobile World Congress, stand 6I20.