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Averna to Demo a Compact Test Station at the Smart Community Expo in Japan



All-in-one, flexible and high-throughput automated system for functional tests.

Yokohama, Japan, June 13, 2014 - (ACN Newswire) - Averna, an industry-leading developer of test solutions and services for communications and electronics device makers worldwide, announced it will be demoing its latest compact test station at the Smart community Expo, to be held June 18-20 2014, at the Tokyo Big Sight, East Hall.

Averna's smart Compact Test Station is an all-in-one, flexible and high-throughput automated system for functional test used on the manufacturing lines of smart meter communications modules.

This system can test all standard features of a communication module such as RF (Wisun, ZigBee, power accuracy, frequency, spurious), PLC, power supply, meter interface, microprocessor and flash memory programming and verification, thermistor and temperature calibration, etc. This highly scalable and flexible system can be customized to test several units at the same time and match specific customer needs.

"Averna's new Compact Test Station provides manufacturers with an all-in-one and high-throughput automated system in just a fraction of the space that standard test stations occupy," commented Etienne Frenette, Vice-President of Sales, Asia for Averna. "Its many features - combined with its small footprint - appeal to clients we've been in discussions with, so we anticipate deploying this innovative test solution for Japanese manufacturing lines very soon."

The Smart Community Expo brings together thinkers, strategists and vendors dedicated to making our communities, vehicles and businesses smarter and more sustainable. More details are available online www.nikkan.co.jp/eve/smart/index.html.

Please contact [email protected] to set up a private demo or see us in booth #SC-39.

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About Averna

Averna is a premier manufacturing solution provider for communications and electronics device-makers worldwide, helping them deliver a better end-user customer experience. Key Averna clients in the communications, aerospace, defense, automotive, consumer electronics, and medical device industries use Proligent, RF Test Instruments, and other test solutions to accelerate product development, reduce manufacturing costs, achieve superior quality throughout the lifecycle, and solve critical supply-chain issues.

Averna has offices and sales partners around the world. Incorporated in 1999, Averna is a Best in Test award winner, an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year(R) recipient, and has been honored as one of the Deloitte Fast 500 fastest-growing technology companies in North America. www.averna.com, www.averna.jp

(c) Copyright 2014 Averna. All rights reserved. Information subject to change without notice. Averna, RF Studio, and DriveView are trademarks of Averna.

Contact
Etienne Frenette
Vice-President of Sales, Asia
[email protected]
T: +81 45 222 3242

Media Contact
Isabelle Pilon, Marketing Specialist
[email protected]
T: +1 514-842-7573, ext. 421

Source: Averna

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