Delay and Throttle packets with background traffic. Packets can be delayed and throttled to simulate a classic use of network emulation. In addition we add in some background traffic to add contention as experienced in real world environments.
Users utilise applications and platforms for both personal and business related tasks such as online shopping or real time communication and many require a vast amount of bandwidth to be able to work effectively. If a user is mobile they will seek high speed data services such as 3G and 4G to be able to operate their application and when connected they expect these networks and applications to perform!
When investing in an emulation product, real return on investment can only be measured and delivered when you can understand and quantify exactly what you are getting from your chosen tool.
Network Emulation is the process of simulating a specific network set-up and emulating the real world conditions of that network environment under which applications or platforms need to perform.
Speed is of the essence these days; everything needs to be created and delivered faster than ever before, whether it is food, breaking news or a new piece of technology.
Today’s broadcast audiences are seeking more. They want user defined, on demand content. They want access to real-life experiences like live concerts and sports events. They value feeling ‘in the moment’ and are seeking the experience through video streaming and live social media.Today’s broadcast audiences are seeking more.
Innovation in business has been a hot topic for a number of years, underpinning the ability to become a ‘digital business’ and compete in a global market that is fast paced and continually changing.
Risk is something that all businesses are faced with and almost all elements of business operations create some level of risk. Often however, many risks will have a low level of probability (likelihood of something happening) and limited potential impact on the business and so are mitigated relatively easily enabling operations to continue.