BMM Testlabs expands ISO accreditation to cover GSA certification protocols

BMM Testlabs expands ISO accreditation to cover GSA certification protocols

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, BMM Testlabs, has expanded its ISO 17025 scope of accreditation in order to include two additional Gaming Standards Association (GSA) protocols.

Under the expanded accreditation service, BMM Testlabs will cover the Game Authentication Terminal (GAT) and Gaming Device Standard (GDS) protocols.

The GAT protocol is used by both regulators and operators to identify and authenticate gaming software and firmware. GDS serves as the GSA’s USB-based serial protocol and is used to connect gaming devices with peripheral devices such as note acceptors, card readers and printers.

Travis Foley (pictured), executive vice-president operations, Americas at BMM Testlabs, said: “We are very pleased that BMM is now able to provide certification for both GAT and GDS protocols from the Gaming Standards Association. This extended ISO accreditation ensures that BMM is fully able to provide all GSA certification needs for our clients.”

BMM Testlabs did not respond to a request by TotallyGaming.com to expand on the widened accreditation service.

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