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艾法斯推出业界最真实的LTE服务测试流量场景

Shenick的diversifEye数据生成器可支持在艾法斯E500容量测试平台上内置流量模型
2012-11-29

 

英国斯蒂夫尼奇—20121129艾法斯控股公司(Aeroflex Holding Corp.,纽交所代码:ARX)旗下的全资子公司艾法斯有限公司(Aeroflex Limited)日前宣布:该公司的E500 LTE功能测试平台现可支持一系列多样化的IP数据服务。通过增加端到端的数据服务,进一步完善了E500业界领先的功能性性能,为网络设备供应商和移动网络运营商提供了在市场中最真实的、基于实验室的LTE端到端测试解决方案

数据业务组合由一个定制的Shenick diversifEye™解决方案来提供,该方案采用了由独立的单个数据流行为和分析组成的各种实际数据应用,包括网页浏览、视频流及基于LTE的语音业务(VoLTE)。

 “我们很高兴能够将我们的专有技术与艾法斯的测试平台相结合,”Shenick公司首席营销官Robert Winters说道。“当今严苛的数据使用场景意味着完全理解性能和质量的极限对移动运营商和基础设施系统供应商至关重要。艾法斯推出带有业界最真实应用场景的网络负载测试系统,有助于从射频端到数据分组核心探索这些极限。它通过我们的共同合作已得以实现,我们可以通过提供真实客户端和服务器应用来准确地复制真实世界的用户行为模式。”

使用艾法斯E500容量测试系统可使运营商和供应商在开始大规模外场测试之前对其网络设备的性能充满信心。随着LTE网络以更大规模展开,供应商和运营商都需要实施容量和稳定性测试。必须为该网络加载数百到数万台用户设备(UE),每台用户设备都在一个多蜂窝环境下,跟随着不同的流量组合经受潜在的不同的无线电衰落曲线。E500容量测试系统支持所有这些功能,可使实验室中的测试案例能够印证严苛的真实世界移动网络场景。

“运营商需要在早期阶段了解其网络是否可以为他们的客户在各种不同的射频(RF)信道衰落和流量组合等情况下,提供所需要的高质量用户体验,如图像上传、网页浏览、VoLTE电话或观看流媒体视频,”艾法斯高级产品经理Nick Carter说道。“我们的集成化E500测试系统使在真正现实条件下严格测试整个LTE系统的性能成为可能。”

价格与供货

关于更多价格信息,可发送邮件到:james.ding@aeroflex.com ,或联络您所在区域的艾法斯销售办事处:北京010-6539 1166,上海021-2028 3588,深圳0755-3301 9358,西安029-8177 3099。

 

关于diversifEye

 

更多关于Shenick公司diversifEye产品的信息,可访问http://diversifeye.shenick.com/

 

关于艾法斯

美国艾法斯公司是一家为航天、航空、国防、商用无线通信、医疗及其他市场领域内企业提供高性能微电子器件和测试测量仪表的全球性领先厂家。艾法斯推出了带有业界最真实使用场景的网络负载测试系统。

 

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