QualiTest Group, the world’s largest pure play QA and software testing company, is providing Managed Testing Services globally to Texas Instruments (TI), a leading designer and manufacturer of semiconductors. The vendor has also been selected as TI’s software testing partner of choice for its wireless protocol product line chip sets, including Zigbee and Bluetooth.
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, TI is among the Top 20 Semiconductor producing companies in the world, providing a range of semiconductor products that include calculators, microcontrollers, and multi-core processors.
The deal includes the design and execution of complex test cases, testing of wireless protocols, the development of a test automation framework, assembling the setups, transmitting and monitoring data, as well as automating each test case by coding through the device’s API.
QualiTest began assembling a testing group immediately, comprised of a senior test manager, a dedicated testing team in the United States and a larger testing team in Israel.
Through QualiTest’s automated test cases and execution, TI gained the ability to release their consumer-related products at a reduced timeline, as well as develop automation on the fly, which increases tests coverage on the spot without requiring a dedicated effort.
“We are delighted that a leading technology company such as Texas Instruments has chosen to work with us and are pleased to see the added value of our managed testing services being fully utilized. The fact that TI chose QualiTest as the principal service providers for their wireless protocols shows that we can deliver the best coverage for quality testing services, ” said Neri Lavi, QualiTest USA’s VP of Professional Services.
About Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments Inc. is an American electronics company that designs and makes semiconductors, which it sells to electronics designers and manufacturers globally. Headquartered at Dallas, Texas, TI is the third largest manufacturer of semiconductors worldwide, the second largest supplier of chips for cellular handsets, and the largest producer of digital signal processors and analog semiconductors, among a wide range of other semiconductor products, including calculators, microcontrollers and multi-core processors.