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January 8, 2010

Swissqual Revenues Up Thirty Percent

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by Jan Harris

SwissQual, the independent Swiss network quality measurement company, says that 2009 orders increased nearly 30 percent over 2008 levels and the company has added new customers in ten new territories.

“In the recession, mobile operators are buying products and services that enhance network performance and help them to reduce capital spending”, said John May, SwissQual’s CEO.

“Our focus on product quality, service, and superior technology has brought us exceptional growth in markets where operators are utilizing established 2G and 3G technologies.”

Wireless operators now have demanding performance requirements and SwissQual’s customers regularly test HSPA+ mobile networks at speeds in excess of 7.2Mbits/sec in the field, and at more than 17Mbits/sec in the laboratory.

The Swiss company’s benchmarking and optimization tools have kept pace with these testing requirements and they are also enhancing their products ready for the arrival of LTE technology.

With three new products launched in 2009, SwissQual gained ground in their established benchmarking business, in the optimization tools market, and in the market for unattended benchmarking tools.

According to John May, “Our compatible suite of hardware and software platforms has demonstrated its reliability and flexibility in the market sectors allied to benchmarking.

More customers are now investing in our total solution, including the optimization tools. In cooperation with our scanner partner PCTel Inc, and with both companies being focused on today’s technologies and on LTE, we are confident that we have the best product set in the market for benchmarking and for optimization.”

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