TÜV SÜD Service Opens Global Market for Telecoms Manufacturers
The telecommunications industry is extremely competitive, with new wireless technologies developing rapidly worldwide and customers demanding high quality solutions. TÜV SÜD’s Global Market Access (GMA) service delivers the expertise and experience to help you remain competitive in this fast-moving sector.
Country-specific standards present the telecoms industry with the challenge of managing product compliance against diverse national requirements. TÜV SÜD’s GMA service is a systematic process that accounts for these compliance differences, helping you to streamline the export of products to multiple markets worldwide.
We can deliver one-stop compliance solutions for most wireless communications products, including telecoms network infrastructure equipment and mobile radio communications devices.
TÜV SÜD BABT, as one of the world’s leading independent certification bodies for telecommunications, certifies wireless products for the European Union, USA, Canada and Japan. These services are complemented by our GMA service, which provides access to many other countries through testing, assessments and auditing, and through our relationships with country regulatory bodies.
TÜV SÜD has industry experts throughout the world, with specialist regulatory knowledge in all industries which use wireless communication devices. This includes not only the telecoms industry, but also the marine, aviation, defence and electronic consumer products markets. To support your worldwide operations, our local technical certifiers provide experts who explain regulatory certification requirements in your language.
A free e-guide from TÜV SÜD offers support for manufacturers of telecommunications equipment, outlining the key requirements for market entry in over 30 countries – from Argentina to Vietnam. It provides information such as whether a country recognises existing certificates, if local branch offices or representatives are needed in the target market, and whether product testing and/or a document review are required.