ImpactQA

Software Testing and Quality Assurance Company

4.58/5 (9 Reviews)
About ImpactQA
ImpactQA is a leading QA Consultant and Software Testing company (ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 27001 certified and a Nasscom member). Headquartered in New York, and having operations in New Delhi, Munich, Dallas and London.  We have a diverse client base of 250+ satisfied cust...
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$25 - $49/hr
250 - 999
2011
United States, India
ImpactQA
Software Testing and Quality Assurance Company
4.58/5 (9 Reviews)
2 Reviews
Client Reviews
Venkat MandaReviewed 10 months ago
They have delivered way beyond than asked
Role: Head Of Quality Engineering at PowerSchool
Reviewed 10 months ago by Venkat Manda
Role: Head Of Quality Engineering at PowerSchool
They have delivered way beyond than asked
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Reliability
Ability
Overall
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Services:
Testing Services
Project Budget:
$200000+
Project Duration:
84 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
Amandeep Singh BawaReviewed 2 months ago
ImpactQA Review
Role: Head - IT Infrastructure at PANASONIC INDIA PVT LTD.
Reviewed 2 months ago by Amandeep Singh Bawa
Role: Head - IT Infrastructure at PANASONIC INDIA PVT LTD.
ImpactQA Review
We chose ImpactQA for handling our performance and security testing services. Their team made sure there were no performance bottlenecks and security issues in our applications as we were moving them from DCs in Singapore over to the cloud. They were professional, robust and exceptionally good in delivering their testing services.

• Project Budget: $10001 to $50000
• Project Duration: April 2014 - July 2014
• Project Status: Complete
• Services: Performance and Security Testing

What do you like most about the company?

Performance and Security Testing

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Quality
Reliability
Ability
Overall
Other details
Services:
Testing Services
Project Budget:
$10001 to $50000
Project Duration:
12 Weeks
Project Status:
Completed
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49/60
9.25
8.00
8.00
8.00
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7.50
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Powerschool
PowerSchool, a Vista Equity firm, is a recognized leader in Talent  Management solutions specifically designed for Higher Education, Government and K-12. PowerSchool helps schools and districts efficiently manage instruction, learning, grading,  attendance, assessm...
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$100001 to $500000 100 weeks Education
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If you look around you, a lot of things have been operating on wireless technology like mobile phones, TV, music players, flying drones, Alexa, and even autonomous cars. The successful implementation of wireless technology among these devices was possible because of high computation power, rapid data processing, and miro-sensors. The invisible technology is notifying its prominent presence in almost all areas, and its approval has never had to wait for any testimonials. AI and cloud computing have refined these technologies further to perform better. Cloud computing is in complete transition form with edge computing. What is edge computing? The ‘Edge’ in over here is referred for computing infrastructure closer to the source of data. It means the data is stored in local computers and storage devices (IoT itself), rather than routing all the information through a centralized Data Center in the cloud. It includes storage, computes, and network connectivity. ( Image source: alibabacloud) The edge computing spans an array of technologies like, Wireless sensor networks Cloud/fog computing Distributed data storage and retrieval Autonomic self-healing networks Remote cloud services Augmented reality Cooperative distributed peer-to-peer ad-hoc networking and processing classifiable as local In the traditional model of IoT, all the devices are connected to a central server. The distant cloud environments are not ideal for latency-sensitive and bandwidth-hungry applications. Cloud computing bears few limitations due to central storage systems like data security threats, operational costs, and performance issues. In edge computing, the data is closer to the end-user, often on-premise or near a network access point. Example of edge computing The next-gen computing will be influenced by a lot by Edge Computing. Some of the best applications of edge computing will be in the health sector and autonomous vehicles. The sensor in an autonomous vehicle does not have to rely on a remote server to make a life-saving decision. The IoT device itself is empowered to provide data for making decisions. Edge computing is also allowing drone management for unmanned maintenance and virtual fraud detection for banking, retail entertainment, and more. You call this a coincidental or perfect timing; the edge computing complements IoT devices for its maximum operability. Impact of edge computing on IoT Edge computing will specifically improve the IoT performance as it will help to address the pain-points of IoT. (Image source: wildnettechnologies) Low latency services: In a data-driven world, robust network connectivity is essential for rendering low-latency services. Edge infrastructure technology collects, processes, and reduces the enormous quantities of data. The edge computing allows IoT devices to function, even when there is limited or intermittent connectivity to the wider cloud computing network. Security: Security vulnerabilities in IoT is a chief barrier for its implementation, especially in smart homes. Since the data is stored locally to a device, it provides designers with more opportunities to protect the data as soon as it is gathered with the use of memory encryption as well as dedicated security hardware. Also, the sensitive data is less exposed to potential sources of attackers. With edge computing, various security parameters can be implemented like intrusion detection systems, distributed firewalls, authentication and authorization algorithms, and privacy-preserving mechanisms. Low operational costs: Edge computing makes your data more relevant, useful, and actionable. It reduces the overall traffic loads of your enterprise, and it improves performance for all of your enterprise applications and services. Speed: Edge computing makes your data more relevant, useful, and actionable. It reduces the overall traffic loads of your enterprise and it improves performance for all of your enterprise applications and services. Scalability: Scalability is an absolute necessity for the success of the IoT. It means the IoT networks connected with edge computing should be able to add more devices and handle traffic in real-time. Edge data centers allow enterprises to efficiently support their end-users with little physical distance or latency. The edge computing’s scalability is an attractive proposition for companies implementing digital transformation. Reliability: With edge computing, IoT users can rely more on their usability. The IoT edge computing devices and with edge data centers positioned closer to end-users, there is less chance of a network problem. Support for 5G network: 5G will mark the rise of Edge Computing, and it will help the telecommunication and wireless communication models to a great extent as such it forms a major part of IoT infrastructure. It will reduce the latency in the 5G network. Some of the leading players in Edge computing product and services are: ADLINK Technology Amazon Cisco ClearBlade Dell EMC Google Hitachi Vantara HPE Huawei IBM Intel Microsoft Oracle Saguna SAP Edge computing and IoT are quickly becoming the norm in the digital world. With improved internet speed (5G), lower prices, and better security, the IoT and edge computing are set to transform the current business processes.
If you look around you, a lot of things have been operating on wireless technology like mobile phones, TV, music players, flying drones, Alexa, and even autonomous cars. The successful implementation of wireless technology among these devices was possible because of high computation power, rapid data processing, and miro-sensors. The invisible technology is notifying its prominent presence in almost all areas, and its approval has never had to wait for any testimonials. AI and cloud computing have refined these technologies further to perform better. Cloud computing is in complete transition form with edge computing. What is edge computing? The ‘Edge’ in over here is referred for computing infrastructure closer to the source of data. It means the data is stored in local computers and storage devices (IoT itself), rather than routing all the information through a centralized Data Center in the cloud. It includes storage, computes, and network connectivity. ( Image source: alibabacloud) The edge computing spans an array of technologies like, Wireless sensor networks Cloud/fog computing Distributed data storage and retrieval Autonomic self-healing networks Remote cloud services Augmented reality Cooperative distributed peer-to-peer ad-hoc networking and processing classifiable as local In the traditional model of IoT, all the devices are connected to a central server. The distant cloud environments are not ideal for latency-sensitive and bandwidth-hungry applications. Cloud computing bears few limitations due to central storage systems like data security threats, operational costs, and performance issues. In edge computing, the data is closer to the end-user, often on-premise or near a network access point. Example of edge computing The next-gen computing will be influenced by a lot by Edge Computing. Some of the best applications of edge computing will be in the health sector and autonomous vehicles. The sensor in an autonomous vehicle does not have to rely on a remote server to make a life-saving decision. The IoT device itself is empowered to provide data for making decisions. Edge computing is also allowing drone management for unmanned maintenance and virtual fraud detection for banking, retail entertainment, and more. You call this a coincidental or perfect timing; the edge computing complements IoT devices for its maximum operability. Impact of edge computing on IoT Edge computing will specifically improve the IoT performance as it will help to address the pain-points of IoT. (Image source: wildnettechnologies) Low latency services: In a data-driven world, robust network connectivity is essential for rendering low-latency services. Edge infrastructure technology collects, processes, and reduces the enormous quantities of data. The edge computing allows IoT devices to function, even when there is limited or intermittent connectivity to the wider cloud computing network. Security: Security vulnerabilities in IoT is a chief barrier for its implementation, especially in smart homes. Since the data is stored locally to a device, it provides designers with more opportunities to protect the data as soon as it is gathered with the use of memory encryption as well as dedicated security hardware. Also, the sensitive data is less exposed to potential sources of attackers. With edge computing, various security parameters can be implemented like intrusion detection systems, distributed firewalls, authentication and authorization algorithms, and privacy-preserving mechanisms. Low operational costs: Edge computing makes your data more relevant, useful, and actionable. It reduces the overall traffic loads of your enterprise, and it improves performance for all of your enterprise applications and services. Speed: Edge computing makes your data more relevant, useful, and actionable. It reduces the overall traffic loads of your enterprise and it improves performance for all of your enterprise applications and services. Scalability: Scalability is an absolute necessity for the success of the IoT. It means the IoT networks connected with edge computing should be able to add more devices and handle traffic in real-time. Edge data centers allow enterprises to efficiently support their end-users with little physical distance or latency. The edge computing’s scalability is an attractive proposition for companies implementing digital transformation. Reliability: With edge computing, IoT users can rely more on their usability. The IoT edge computing devices and with edge data centers positioned closer to end-users, there is less chance of a network problem. Support for 5G network: 5G will mark the rise of Edge Computing, and it will help the telecommunication and wireless communication models to a great extent as such it forms a major part of IoT infrastructure. It will reduce the latency in the 5G network. Some of the leading players in Edge computing product and services are: ADLINK Technology Amazon Cisco ClearBlade Dell EMC Google Hitachi Vantara HPE Huawei IBM Intel Microsoft Oracle Saguna SAP Edge computing and IoT are quickly becoming the norm in the digital world. With improved internet speed (5G), lower prices, and better security, the IoT and edge computing are set to transform the current business processes.

If you look around you, a lot of things have been operating on wireless technology like mobile phones, TV, music players, flying drones, Alexa, and even autonomous cars. The successful implementation of wireless technology among these devices was possible because of high computation power, rapid data processing, and miro-sensors.

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The invisible technology is notifying its prominent presence in almost all areas, and its approval has never had to wait for any testimonials. AI and cloud computing have refined these technologies further to perform better. Cloud computing is in complete transition form with edge computing.

What is edge computing?

The ‘Edge’ in over here is referred for computing infrastructure closer to the source of data. It means the data is stored in local computers and storage devices (IoT itself), rather than routing all the information through a centralized Data Center in the cloud. It includes storage, computes, and network connectivity.

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( Image source: alibabacloud)

The edge computing spans an array of technologies like,

  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Cloud/fog computing
  • Distributed data storage and retrieval
  • Autonomic self-healing networks
  • Remote cloud services
  • Augmented reality
  • Cooperative distributed peer-to-peer ad-hoc networking and processing classifiable as local

In the traditional model of IoT, all the devices are connected to a central server. The distant cloud environments are not ideal for latency-sensitive and bandwidth-hungry applications. Cloud computing bears few limitations due to central storage systems like data security threats, operational costs, and performance issues. In edge computing, the data is closer to the end-user, often on-premise or near a network access point.

Example of edge computing

The next-gen computing will be influenced by a lot by Edge Computing. Some of the best applications of edge computing will be in the health sector and autonomous vehicles. The sensor in an autonomous vehicle does not have to rely on a remote server to make a life-saving decision. The IoT device itself is empowered to provide data for making decisions.

Edge computing is also allowing drone management for unmanned maintenance and virtual fraud detection for banking, retail entertainment, and more. You call this a coincidental or perfect timing; the edge computing complements IoT devices for its maximum operability.

Impact of edge computing on IoT

Edge computing will specifically improve the IoT performance as it will help to address the pain-points of IoT.

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(Image source: wildnettechnologies)

  • Low latency services: In a data-driven world, robust network connectivity is essential for rendering low-latency services. Edge infrastructure technology collects, processes, and reduces the enormous quantities of data. The edge computing allows IoT devices to function, even when there is limited or intermittent connectivity to the wider cloud computing network.
  • Security: Security vulnerabilities in IoT is a chief barrier for its implementation, especially in smart homes. Since the data is stored locally to a device, it provides designers with more opportunities to protect the data as soon as it is gathered with the use of memory encryption as well as dedicated security hardware. Also, the sensitive data is less exposed to potential sources of attackers. With edge computing, various security parameters can be implemented like intrusion detection systems, distributed firewalls, authentication and authorization algorithms, and privacy-preserving mechanisms.
  • Low operational costs: Edge computing makes your data more relevant, useful, and actionable. It reduces the overall traffic loads of your enterprise, and it improves performance for all of your enterprise applications and services.
  • Speed: Edge computing makes your data more relevant, useful, and actionable. It reduces the overall traffic loads of your enterprise and it improves performance for all of your enterprise applications and services.
  • Scalability: Scalability is an absolute necessity for the success of the IoT. It means the IoT networks connected with edge computing should be able to add more devices and handle traffic in real-time. Edge data centers allow enterprises to efficiently support their end-users with little physical distance or latency. The edge computing’s scalability is an attractive proposition for companies implementing digital transformation.
  • Reliability: With edge computing, IoT users can rely more on their usability. The IoT edge computing devices and with edge data centers positioned closer to end-users, there is less chance of a network problem.
  • Support for 5G network: 5G will mark the rise of Edge Computing, and it will help the telecommunication and wireless communication models to a great extent as such it forms a major part of IoT infrastructure. It will reduce the latency in the 5G network.

Some of the leading players in Edge computing product and services are:

  • ADLINK Technology
  • Amazon
  • Cisco
  • ClearBlade
  • Dell EMC
  • Google
  • Hitachi Vantara
  • HPE
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Microsoft
  • Oracle
  • Saguna
  • SAP

Edge computing and IoT are quickly becoming the norm in the digital world. With improved internet speed (5G), lower prices, and better security, the IoT and edge computing are set to transform the current business processes.

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597 5th Avenue, 12th Floor New York, NY, NYC, New York 10017
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