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Connected cars are more than just a means of transportation. They are expected to provide greater safety, comfort, and entertainment. To enhance the experience of smart driving, Allion has integrated 30 years of ICT testing experience with automotive validation capabilities. Allion now launches 4 Smart Car Validation programs—“Vehicle Electronics Applications Consulting”, “Smart Vehicle Simulation AI Solution“, “C.A.S.E. Integration Planning and Validation”, and “Test Inspection Certification”—to fulfill diverse testing needs of the entire automotive industry. From technical support to supply chain management, Allion helps you achieve not only better product quality but the best in-car experience.

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Allion Webinar: TWS Earbuds Sound Quality and Bluetooth Connectivity

Based on our rich testing experiences and market research, top three TWS consumer complaints are unstable Bluetooth connection, poor noise cancellation, and high susceptibility to signal interference. This webinar gave an in-depth analysis of TWS user requirements, sound quality, and wireless connectivity issues. It also provided the latest updates about Bluetooth certification and TWS applications.

Thunderbolt 4 is the latest cable connectivity solution introduced by Intel. In this webinar, Allion focused on Thunderbolt 4 certification details, and explained the differences of specifications and features between Thunderbolt and USB versions.

Allion Joins USB4 and E-marker Forum to Introduce USB4 Certification

Guangdong Wire and Cable Industry Association and Hynetek Semiconductor jointly held a USB4 and E-marker Forum in Shenzhen. As an authorized ITL, Allion has been working closely with the USB-IF to draft USB4 specifications. In this forum, Allion was invited to share the USB4 certification and compliance test details.

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Users pay more attention to refresh rates, bandwidth, and resolution because gaming monitors determine how immersive the visual experience will be. Recently, ASUS ROG has launched a 43-inch gaming monitor and become one of the first products to acquire the HDMI 2.1 FRL certificationlion at Allion.

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SGS-ALLION Automotive Communications—Shenzhen Automotive Electronics Industry Association Annual Meeting

HDMI 2.1 Webinar—Japan

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