We have designed our software testing lab to maximize our technical testing capabilities to provide you with a customized solution that is flexible, secure, and cost-efficient.
All of our resources are located in our secure software testing lab in Denver, Colorado. We are equipped with hundreds of mobile devices — no emulators — which allows us to test directly on the devices and operating systems your users are most likely to interact with.
Our lab is connected to the Internet via an ultra fast, low-latency fiber optic network.
Our test systems are configured with multiple methods of network connectivity. We can vary connection modalities and communication protocols as needed.
iBeta's test networks have the ability to conduct real-time packet impairment and analysis.
In-House Data Center
iBeta's own in-house data center allows for more accurate performance monitoring and analysis of client-server architectures.
We provide secure FTP server access and a secure media management room for data management and duplication to ensure the confidentiality of your data.
Our software testing labs contain multiple isolated networks to limit individual test efforts into predetermined labs or groups of machines.
Access to our lab facility is secured by electronic key-card access controls, cipher-locks, and full-hand geometry biometric locks in high security areas.
Our lab facility has 24 hour monitoring and motion detecting closed circuit television surveillance cameras as well as a multi-zoned alarm system.
FLEXIBILITY AND EFFICIENCY
Custom Test Systems
We use state-of-the-art inventory and test systems to reflect your specific user-base.
Our systems are equipped with multiple operating systems and software configurations that allow us to test and confirm software in a wide variety of environments.
Screen & Video Capture
The computers in our software testing lab are equipped with screen capture and video capture software to allow us to graphically document “difficult” bugs.
Effective & Efficient Communication
All of our testers operate in close proximity to one another, which promotes communication and mutual observation of on-screen anomalies to allow quick confirmation of discovered defects.