Carrier Network Certification
Partner with an expert in network certification for your mobile device or connected M2M/IoT product
Products and devices of all types rely on connecting to a cellular network for operation. Mobile phones, connected vehicles, and medical devices, as well as any product requiring integration or capabilities within machine to machine (M2M) or an Internet of Things (IoT) environment, must meet carrier network certifications before they can operate on a network.
Partnering with Intertek serves you with a knowledgeable team of experts dedicated to understanding your product, your business objectives and simplifying a complex certification process.
As a member of the Global Certification Forum (GCF), PCS Type Certification Review Board (PTCRB), CTIA Wireless Association, and CDMA Certification Forum (CCF), we are fully accredited and authorized to perform testing to get your cellular device, mobile phone, router, wearable technology or other M2M/IoT device communicating.
PTCRB: PCS Type Certification Review Board is a pre-requisite to carriers such as AT&T, T-Mobile, and Canadian networks, PTCRB tests GSM/UMTS and 4G devices. Intertek is accredited to certify to PTCRB since 2013 and is an IoT Accelerator Program approved lab for AT&T.
Verizon ODI: Certification to Verizon’s Open Developer Initiative enables a product to connect to the Verizon operator network. As the first laboratory approved for Verizon ODI certification, Intertek has a long history of performing consultative services and certification testing for Verizon.
Global Certification Forum (GCF): GCF is mandatory for devices requiring connection to networks in countries outside of North America. GCF certification ensures compliance with a set of cellular network standards and is applicable both for module manufacturers and end-product manufacturers.
CTIA: Referenced in many of the other certifications listed above, CTIA wireless device certification ensures conformance of wireless devices using LTE, CDMA, UMTS (WCDMA), GSM, converged Wi-Fi, and 802.11 air-interface technologies, to defined industry requirements.