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Mobile Labs launched GigaFox StarterKit to enable more companies to easily engage in mobile testing without risk.
GigaFox is the company’s comprehensive testing solution that solves mobile device sharing and management challenges that arise during development, debugging, manual testing, and automated testing. StarterKit, however, offers easy and instant access to real devices for all mobile testing needs, resulting in higher quality apps and increased customer satisfaction.
Hosted in a private cloud environment, StarterKit eliminates the frustration of wait time to access devices and subsequent per-minute charges that typically come with shared, public cloud offerings. Instead, StarterKit’s private cloud devices can be up and running within a matter of an hour, with zero waiting in line and no added fees. The devices are dedicated and not shared with any other organization, ensuring that all data and information is secure and protected.
In addition, StarterKit is flexible enough for any size organization to start, or further enhance, its mobile testing capabilities. Utilizing either four or eight devices, companies can determine what works best for their organization.
Angela Culver, CMO of Mobile Labs, said: “We saw an opportunity in the market to empower enterprise mobility professionals by offering a self-service environment of a similar caliber as our enterprise-level mobile device cloud GigaFox. Even if a customer has no idea what they need in terms of testing, StarterKit is a quick and secure way to get their feet wet and ensure that mobile apps are operating efficiently and effectively with minimal overhead. We look forward to continuing helping teams of all sizes access real devices for testing so they can continue to offer consumers the best mobile experience.”