The Attero-100G High Speed Network Emulator lets you prove 100GbE, 40GbE and 25GbE network, device and application performance at full line rate and verify service operation against a range of impairment conditions found in real-world networks.
Spirent Attero-V is a virtual impairments tool that extends and complements the capabilities of the Spirent range of virtualization products and solutions. Attero-V is run and controlled as a Virtual Machine (VM).
Capture and replay real-world network profiles for absolute proof of performance. It’s just like testing your Ethernet devices or topology in an actual network, except in the lab. Emulate networks or network elements in an accurate and repeatable way to fully stress-test the transport of real-time next-gen services like video and VoIP.
Test data center relocation or enterprise network expansion under real-network conditions such as latency, jitter and packet loss to prove performance before deployment.
The Attero family of products provide accurate and repeatable impairments to verify the Quality of Experience of loss and latency sensitive triple-play services.
Check that network QoS mechanisms correctly prioritize traffic types. Determine the optimum service level parameters to ensure apps perform to expected level.
Emulate impairments to fully stress test the long delays and fading effects found in satellite networks
Benchmark and optimize the performance of Virtual Network Functions (VNF) and end-to-end virtualized applications under real-world impairment conditions.
Perform negative testing on network infrastructure equipment during NEM design or in a carrier network lab environment.
By removing the repetitiveness of standard tests, developers and testers are able to focus on new functionality while still providing coverage of existing features. Spirent’s automation solutions are designed around best practices so once a test is created it can be reused saving time in automating future tests.
What is TCP Latency and throughput and why is it important to measure these? Your customers demand the speed and accuracy they have paid for. If you see degradation in the network, it is important to understand why it is happening so that adjustments can be made. With today’s high demand for video and as a result, bandwidth consumption, simulating network delays is essential to validating SLAs.
Emulate networks or network elements in an accurate and repeatable way to fully stress-test the transport of real-time next-gen services like video and VoIP
A virtual impairments tool used to verify and validate SDN and NFV deployments under real-world network conditions
A high-speed network emulator used to emulate propagation, routing, switching and buffering delays by up to 256 ms at 100G, 640 ms at 40G, and 1024 ms at 25G