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SK C&C Launches Nation’s First Cloud-based Remote Mobile Test Portal ‘mTworks’
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SK C&C Launches Nation’s First Cloud-based Remote Mobile Test Portal ‘mTworks’
  • By Cho Jin-young
  • March 15, 2017, 05:30
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SK Holdings C&C has officially opened a CloudZ-based mobile web and app test service portal “mTworks.”
SK Holdings C&C has officially opened a CloudZ-based mobile web and app test service portal “mTworks.”

 

SK Holdings C&C Co. announced that it has officially opened a CloudZ-based mobile web and app test service portal “mTworks” on March 14.

The portal site provides an opportunity to remotely experience mobile web and app test services at no charge in order to directly verify the stability of cloud services. Corporate customers can use the manual test services for five hours, while individual customers can do so for two hours.

The services include the simultaneous application of test scenarios to multiple devices, repetitive tests and reserved tests, automatic notification of test results and errors, multilateral test screen sharing which accommodates up to 20 people, including mobile web and app developers, operators and planners, quick mobile device reaction speed less than 0.2 second, and seamless video transmission with 15 frames per second. When customers connect to the portal site, they can test mobile webs and apps using all the devices in the mobile test center.

In particular, SK Holdings C&C won a deal last month to establish a remote mobile test center which can test the mobile web and app services of all the subsidiaries of Hana Financial Group, receiving recognition for the excellence of the solution.

In addition, the company launched a CloudZ-based database (DB) modeling service portal “NEXCORE ER-C” in December last year, providing services to analyze the developer’s intuitive data models and support DB design in the form of Software as a Service (SaaS). This year, it will add a DB reverse engineering (RE) function that analyzes the DB business logics of existing system applications and a data quality (DQ) function that checks the accuracy of data values.