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The Wi-SUN Alliance, a global standards-compliance and interoperability-testing organization that is focused on smart utility networks, has announced that TUV Rheinland has become its first independent Accredited Test Laboratory (ATL). As an ATL, TUV Rheinland will provide certification testing services to a global roster of Wi-SUN Alliance member companies.

Wi-SUN Alliance members include international companies helping in building smart utility network infrastructure, and a product must undergo a rigorous set of conformance and interoperability tests to carry the Wi-SUN CERTIFIED logo, according to the Wi-SUN.



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