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Testronic Expands London Facility

Testronic Laboratories announced that it will soon complete an expansion of its central London, UK facility.

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Testronic Labs Expands London Facilities

Growing Footprint Supports International Services For Games and Testing

5th March, 2012. London, UK. — Testronic Labs, the global leader in quality assurance services for film and television, games, websites, hardware, and software, has announced the completion of an expansion of their central London facility. The bigger footprint at the Testronic Borough High Street location includes new testing environments and offices.

The expanded environment was needed to meet the increased needs of Testronic’s European Games operations, which has seen sizeable growth in testing offerings. Games Services will now be headquartered in central London, alongside the Testronic Software Testing team. With the convergence of many entertainment technologies, this move enables Testronic to efficiently support new platforms, devices, and content.

“We are proud of our growth in Europe, and specifically in Games Services, which has led to the expansion of our London facility,” noted Seth Hallen, CEO of Testronic Labs.  “With our increased presence in London, we can offer an even higher caliber of service to our Games clients.  Our work with a wide array of customers has pushed our present capacity to its limit, and this expansion will allow us to continue to grow and better serve the needs of our Games clients.”

Games Services London has kicked off the expansion with several large triple-A titles. Alastair Harsant, Vice President of Operations for Games Services, concluded, “It is exciting to be asked to work on the most challenging games and projects. The expansion of the Borough High Street facility supports our continued growth in the industry and will allow us to support the future technologies that are crucial to all of our clients.”

The renovation and expansion will be completed in early March, 2012.