Spirent Communications, a leading provider of services centric test system for leading telecom companies in the world, recently announced Next Generation Testing (NGN) solution. This “Service-Centric” solution is specially designed for “Any Service over Any Network on Any Device, Anytime, Anywhere”.
“Spirent allows our customers to look beyond just testing network elements to concentrate on system level QoE and Service Layer validation to bring high quality products and services faster to market - which directly impacts revenue potential and addresses needs of the next generation subscriber,” says James Brunson, Director of Converged Network Solutions at Spirent Communications.
Spirent’s Landslide solution is the only test platform that simulates real world traffic models to evaluate wireless core packet data networks. Landslide is designed to conduct performance and scalability testing for a wide range of wireless technologies and applications. The network vendors can validate both systems and services before deployment wth this tool. It reduces the time needed to develop, execute and debug test cases and improves development cycles.
For Application Layer Network Testing, Spirent provides Avalanche product. It has the ability to generate line rate stateful traffic up to 10Gbps allowing trunk ports to be directly tested or to determine the impact of multiple GigE ports being aggregated over 10Gbp. This application provides true QoE measurements for the key application services like Web browsing, file transfer, streaming voice and video, and other next generation services.
Spirent also provides ThreatEx for Deflect Hostile Network Threats–Advanced Security Testing. With this solution, the user has the ability to test mobile and converged network behavior and user QoE while undergoing a broad range of emulated attacks.
Source: ThomasNetFiled under Enterprise Software, Quality & Testing | Tags: Cases, Landslide Avalanche, Network solutions, Network Testing, Packet Data Network, Performance and Scalability Test, Security Test, Test cases, ThreatEx, Wireless Technology | Comment Below