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GL Communications releases VoIP traffic simulation utility

GL Communications releases VoIP traffic simulation utility
Enterprise GL Communications Inc., a vendor of test, monitoring, and analysis hardware and equipment for networks of all types, such as TDM, Wireless, VoIP, has released its Long Term Evolution (LTE) Protocol Simulator. The LTE protocol standard ensures enhanced mobile Internet access for consumers.
CEO of GL Communications Vijay Kulkarni stated , “Long Term Evolution (LTE) is about a mobile technology that can change the way you work and play. It can improve or destroy your productivity.”

Kulkarni described that LTE is an overall IP infrastructure with in built service prioritization algorithm – audio and video are endorsed with priority and all compulsory elements such IP address, authentication, and security as a whole are validated.

“Instant resources over RF and IP are made available depending on what the user is trying to do. Additionally, LTE is designed for suitability with previous 2G and 3G mobile systems," Kulkarni said.

GL has manufactured LTE Protocol Simulation for several interfaces – currently S1 – MME, and eGTP (S5/S8 and S11). Its Message Automation & Protocol Simulation (MAPS - LTE-S1 and LTE eGTP) is designed for LTE Testing. It can simulate eNodeB (also called Evolved NodeB), and MME (Mobility Management Entity) and other interfaces.”

Provisional potential applications could be: simulate up to 500 Smartphones (UEs) powering up and down; authenticate and confirm security procedures; QoS requests for greater or lesser bandwidth; and temporary addressing management for mobility and security.

Declared basic features of LTE-S1 Testing are as follows: simulates eNodeB and MME; supports LTE control plane; emits hundreds of UE Signaling; manages retransmissions; generates and process S1/NAS valid and invalid messages; supports message templates for both S1-AP and NAS message and configuring of the field values; ensures defining variables for different fields of the selected message type; ready-to-use scripts for rapid testing; supports customization of call flow and messages; supports scripted call generation and automated call reception; script based & protocol independent software architecture; and supported on Windows XP or higher version operating systems.

One year ago GL Communications released its PacketScanWeb software, a real-time network monitoring system for VoIP networks. Recently company announced the availability of its enhanced RTP ToolBox software, an excellent tool to test, simulate and monitor voice traffic carried by RTP & RTCP Packets.


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