Turning Wi-Fi testing sideways: Inside Verizon's Sideways House
When a company tests how well their residential Wi-Fi access points work, they want to replicate the home environment as closely as possible, right down to building materials and furniture. Often that means renting or purchasing a more-or-less typical suburban home to use as a test house. Some even outfit the house with tracks on which device-equipped test robots can run, to assess device and network performance as a user moves from room to room.
MATsolutions' insight:

Take a look inside Verizon's Sideways House used to conduct testing for Fios and eventually, 5G. 

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