RELEASE: UL Solutions Addresses the Rapid Growth of the Wireless and IoT Device Market

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- UL Solutions Addresses the Rapid Growth of the Wireless and IoT Device Market with Expanded EMC Testing Capabilities

Lab expansions in Silicon Valley, the UK and Taiwan advance next-generation emission and immunity testing technology to help manufacturers improve speed to market to meet growing demand

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Feb. 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- UL Solutions, a world leader in applied safety science, today announced plans to expand its Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing labs in Fremont, California, Basingstoke, UK (UK) and Taiwan to improve the EMC testing and certification capability of wireless devices.

The UK and Fremont laboratories are equipped with the latest testing technologies to meet the needs of manufacturers and enhance capacity in the areas of consumer electronics, home appliances, lighting, information technology devices, medical devices, automotive, high-tech components, Internet of Things (IoT), industrial, and last-mile electrical and micromobility products. The Fremont facility, located in Silicon Valley, will soon feature new EMC and millimeter wave (mmWave) cameras for faster test times to help address customers' time-to-market needs. The Basingstoke, UK lab will offer test capabilities from 30 megahertz to 18 gigahertz without changing the configuration, allowing for faster testing as no configuration changes are required.

According to Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA) Intelligence, 53% of the population has used Internet services on a mobile device. GSMA Intelligence estimates that this will reach 60% of the population by 2025. The GSMA Intelligence report, The Mobile Economy 2022, estimates that there will be 23.3 billion IoT connections by 2025.

"Pioneering new technologies and products expose a brand to new challenges. Complex market demands, increasing government requirements, and rapidly changing technology and supply chain dynamics carry the risk of delays in market readiness," commented Maan Ghanma, director of Consumer Smart Solutions, Information and Medical Technologies Group at UL Solutions. "As the IoT and wireless device markets grow, we are meeting that growth with expanded EMC security scientific testing capabilities and capabilities. Coupled with our global security certification and market access offerings, these expanded capabilities will serve and will strategically support our customers as demand for innovative wireless devices continues to increase."

In addition to EMC, UL Solutions offers testing capabilities for Thread 1.3, a low-power, low-latency wireless mesh network protocol, and Matter 1.0, the Connectivity Alliance's recently released industry union standard for technology. Smart Home, in Laboratories Select In Select In United States (United States), United Kingdom, Taiwan, and China. UL Solutions also offers Zigbee testing capabilities at select Laboratories in the United States and United Kingdom.

PRESS CONTACT: Steven BrewsterUL SolutionsULNews@UL.comT: 1 (847) 664.8425

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