Solid Sands: SIG evaluates SuperTest quality as defined in ISO/IEC 25010 standard

Solid Sands announces that the Software Improvement Group, SIG, ranked SuperTest highest on coverage, maintainability and quality in a comparative study of compiler test suites used within the safety critical markets. Traceability is very important during a qualification process. SuperTest validates against many language specifications and it includes both language and library tests. When it comes to qualification of the compiler and library, SIG confirms that the key advantage of SuperTest over other compiler test suite is that it is organized according to the language standard. This means that there is a mapping between the tests and the specification of the compiler.

SIG operates a unique software evaluation laboratory governed by the Quality Management System as required by the ISO/IEC 17025 international standard for testing and calibration laboratories. SIG is also the only organization in the world certified by TÜViT for Trusted Product Maintainability.

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