Markham, ON (PRWEB) July 10, 2006
Navtel Communications Inc. the leader in IMS, VoIP and IP to IP Gateway test solutions has announced that it has expanded its test solutions to include large-scale TLS security, Theft of Service, Rogue Media and DoS/SIP Flood attacks test capabilities. The new release will also add H.263 and H.264 video, AMR and ILBC audio and DTMF to an already comprehensive list of media test capabilities
“Carriers deploying IMS and Voice over IP services are concerned that an all IP network will be vulnerable to Theft of Service, Rogue Media and SIP Flood Attacks which can significantly impact the Carriers’ revenues and degrade the quality of their users' experience”, said Alvin Francis, Navtel’s Vice President of Marketing. “A number of security appliances, such as Security Gateways, Session Border Controllers, and Border Gateways are being developed to protect the Voice over IP and IMS networks. Navtel’s security test solution is designed to validate the functions of these security appliances and test their ability to scale to support large number of users and high rates of signalling with audio, video and DTMF media, while providing acceptable levels of user experience”
Highlights of this release include over two hundred and fifty thousand simultaneous TLS connections, several hundreds of TLS and Call establishments per seconds, H.263 and H.264 video generation with quality analysis using the MDI algorithm, ILBC and AMR wideband and narrowband audio generation with VQT/QoS analysis, generation and analysis of DTMF in band, out of band (RFC 2583) and within the SIP Info message, and Rogue Media and Theft of Service test capabilities.
This release will add to Navtel’s VoIP, IMS and Security test capabilities which already include the industry leading Session Border Controller, VoIP and NCS with IPSEC test solutions.
About Navtel Communications Inc.
Navtel Communications is the leading supplier of test solutions for testing IMS and VoIP networks. Navtel’s products are used by network equipment manufacturers and operators to validate core functions and test the performance, scalability and reliability of the network elements. A single Navtel InterWatch test system can emulate 256,000 unique subscribers and generate over 10 million BHCAs with 128,000 simultaneous RTP streams while performing real-time quality measurements. This unique capability allows Navtel’s customers to test “Carrier-Class” networks in a controlled environment.
Contact Information: Alvin Francis
Navtel Communications Inc.
Tel: +1 905 948 7535