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NTT Resonant, Jamo Solutions Collaborate to Offer New Cloud-Based Mobile App Test Automation Tool.

TOKYO, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

- Convenience & Accuracy Further Improved in Mobile App Verification -

NTT Resonant Inc. of Japan and Jamo Solutions of Belgium announced on April 22 that they began providing their collaborative new product the same day. It is a combination of NTT Resonant's "Developers AppKitBox - Remote TestKit (Remote TestKit)" and Jamo Solutions' "M-eux Test.".

(Photo: http://prw.kyodonews.jp/opn/release/201404210059/ )

By using Jamo Solutions' Real Object Recognition Technology and NTT Resonant's massive real device control technology, developers can create a test example with great ease and run tests on many handsets available on the cloud.

-- Advantages of "Remote TestKit" / "M-eux Test" combined service

Our new product can improve the quality of their application and reduce their time for quality control.  Our new product integrates existing automation products including Unified Functional Testing (UFT) and others. With existing automation products, it can run automated tests on hundreds of smartphones simultaneously.

NTT Resonant and Jamo Solutions will accelerate its move to get our new product adopted by financial, retail, distribution and other companies in Asia, Europe, North America, India, Australia and other parts of the world.

-- Comment by NTT Resonant Inc.

"Remote TestKit" is widely used by financial institutions, game developers, web service firms and other companies as a testing tool that can be used on many smartphones on a cloud service basis. Previously, users created a testing environment by combining the API of "Remote TestKit", ADB connections, iOS bridges and other resources. The partnership with Jamo Solutions will enable users to build an integrated mobile testing environment with greater ease. NTT Resonant anticipates the partnership will also help expand the market further.

-- Comment by Jamo Solutions

"Customers that want to go mobile today face many challenges. M-eux Test allows test engineers at companies worldwide to easily generate scripts that control the quality of their application in an automated manner. These scripts can be re-used across different devices. Together with writing and managing mobile test cases and managing a multitude of devices that need to be accessed by multiple teams becomes an important challenge for companies. Jamo Solutions is happy to collaborate with NTT Resonant to provide our customers a full, end-to-end solution for their mobile testing needs."

"Developers AppKitBox - Remote TestKit"
URL: http://appkitbox.com/en/testkit
*A total of 240 devices of about 220 models, including iPhone5, Android smartphones and Android tablets, will be available for verification services. (As of April 22, 2014)

"M-eux Test"
URL: http://www.jamosolutions.com/product/test-automation/
* Company, service and brand names indicated herein are the registered trademarks or trademarks of respective companies.


NTT Resonant Inc.
NTT Resonant Inc. is a joint venture between NTT Communications and NTT DOCOMO.
NTT Resonant provides top-class application services in Japan and the international market together with NTT Group companies.
"Developers AppKitBox - Remote TestKit" allows developers to operate actual handsets directly via the cloud for convenient verification testing.

Jamo Solutions
Jamo Solutions is a world leader in mobile test automation using Real Object Recognition Technology. Our flagship product, M-eux Test allows companies to manage the quality of their mobile apps by automating their test cases on the graphical user interface of native, web and hybrid applications on Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows 8, Windows Mobile/CE and BlackBerry. M-eux Test integrates flawlessly with leading testing platforms and including HP UFT/QTP and LoadRunner and ALM and Microsoft Corporation Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server and Eclipse and IBM Rational, which enables enterprises to re-use their existing investments in testing tools and processes.

Contact (media):
Kiyono Ikeda
NTT Resonant Inc.
Tel: +81-3-6703-6250
Email: [email protected]

Contact (others):
Katsunori Hagino
NTT Resonant Inc.
Tel: +81-3-6703-6006
E-mail: [email protected]

Contact (all):
Deborah Tupili
Jamo Solutions
Tel: +32-16-78-27-02
E-mail: [email protected]

SOURCE NTT Resonant Inc., Jamo Solutions

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