This blog is by Monique Hebert from Nokia Networks.
Nokia Networks’ Sunita Chauhan and Soma Sarkar were in the spotlight when they presented their paper on software quality defect detection model at the QuEST Forum EMEA Conference in Vienna, Austria, on June 25.
Together, they described Nokia Networks’ approach to eliminating defects early in the software development process. This model has significantly improved our ability to prevent defects, contain and detect them early, and correct them faster. In turn, this has resulted in virtually zero known defects in our end product for customer pilot projects – and we achieved this without compromising delivery schedules. In fact, Nokia Networks has decreased open customer defects in its software by more than 60% since 2011 and cut network outages by a third since 2012.
Learn more about Nokia Networks’ defect detection model by watching Dr. Chauhan and Ms. Sarkar’s presentation.
Nokia Networks is a Diamond Sponsor of QuEST Forum’s 2014 regional conferences. We are also actively involved in its ongoing development of the TL 9000 standard which is based on ISO 9001 and dedicated to the information and communication technologies (ICT) industry. This reflects Nokia Network’s commitment to shaping an industry-wide quality standard that addresses the unique
requirements of the telecom industry and ensures quality excellence
for service operators around the world.
For more information, see the QuEST Forum website.
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