Posts Categorized: Compatibility Testing

Config Boards vs. Standalone Systems

Config Boards vs. Standalone Systems

Hardware compatibility tests have evolved over the years. Originally used exclusively for video games, they are now applied to standalone applications and professional software as well (although games are still a big driver). In general, there are two approaches to hardware compatibility testing: so-called ‘config boards’ and standalone systems. Here we explain the differences between… Read more »

New (Old) Hardware Additions

In addition to all of the systems that we routinely test on, our QA labs maintain a large number of what we call “off-matrix” systems. These range from the servers that run our infrastructure, to personal workstations, to systems dedicated long-term to a particular project, which are generally not available for regular project use. Every… Read more »