Ideal Networks Anywhere Cloud Reaches One Million Uploads

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Feb 11, 2021

More than one million tests from 38 countries have now been uploaded to the IDEAL AnyWARE Cloud test management system from the LanTEK IV cable certifier.

“Since its launch in July 2019, IDEAL AnyWARE Cloud has proven a big success, evidenced by the sheer global scale of tests uploaded so far,” says Tim Widdershoven, Marketing Director for IDEAL Networks. “With a totally different way to manage test data, it has also helped technicians and installers to work more flexibly and safely despite the challenges of Covid-19.”

The cloud-based tool can be accessed, viewed, and updated on all common web browsers, via PC or tablet, an ideal solution with more people working from home due to Covid-19 restrictions. As it is not necessary to log in to a specific PC with test management software installed, users can remotely upload tests from their LanTEK IV cable certifier easily, without the need to travel to an office to upload or to back-up the data where software is locally installed on a PC. Similarly reports can be easily managed, edited, and shared from anywhere via IDEAL AnyWARE Cloud.

Project Managers are supported for remote working with the IDEAL AnyWARE Cloud platform, as they can login to pre-configure all project information. This helps to eliminate errors on site, reducing call-backs and social contact, while keeping unnecessary costs down. By removing the need for manual data entry on site, jobs can also be completed more quickly, helping to decrease the time spent on site. LanTEK IV also supports this, with the capability for all tests up to Cat6A to be conducted and saved in just 7 seconds, including any optional measurements such as TCL and resistance unbalance.


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