We've anticipated a massive industry shift towards packetized wireless calls since our inception...
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) March 28, 2016
Mobile Metrics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 7.0 of its Torrent 6100 test system for the LTE Evolved Packet Core network, featuring support for 3GPP Voice over LTE (VoLTE) testing. Using the system, carriers and equipment manufacturers can verify that their network equipment is operating correctly under realistic traffic conditions. Detailed histograms make delay and jitter problems easy to identify, and MOS estimates make it even easier to see how the overall network is performing.
Beyond VoLTE testing, the 6100 system can be used in a similar manner to perform general functional and load testing of the LTE EPC. For example, it features support for S1-AP, S1-U, S11, S5/S8, S6a, Gx, Gn, C, E, and SGi interfaces,which span beyond LTE to SMS and 3G, seamlessly facilitating multi-technology testing.
"Although we've offered SIP and RTP test capability since 2005, we're really pleased to offer it in the context of carrier grade VoLTE," said Asa Atallah, the company's founder and CEO. "We've anticipated a massive industry shift towards packetized wireless calls since our inception, and it's pretty satisfying not only seeing it becoming a reality, but also now playing our own supporting role in it with the 6100."
The Torrent 6100 is ideally suited for functional and load testing of 3GPP network elements, and core networks. It can scale from a single mobile to tens of millions of mobiles, and light tests with a few bits per second to more extreme ones with hundreds of gigabits per second with links at saturation levels. It can be deployed either as a cloud based service or on conventional rackmount servers, and is based on the field proven, award winning Torrent system framework that's been in the field since 2005.
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A technology leader it its field, Mobile Metrics Inc focuses exclusively on developing test solutions for wireless data networks, particularly 4G LTE and WiMAX. Contact Mobile Metrics at 877-404-2600, or visit http://www.mobilemetrics.net.