Shenick Network Systems, a provider of per-flow IP and 4G test systems, will showcase at next week’s CTIA show in New Orleans its “diversifEye” system that tests 4G networks for next-gen voice over LTE (VoLTE), IP video and other data services over such regular and secure mobile VPNs as SSL and IPsec.
“As voice calls continue to remain the key revenue generator, service providers benefit from diversifEye because they can ensure quality of experience for each and every VoLTE call. diversifEye can also stress test mobile VPNs to breaking point by scaling to tens of gigabits-per-second of stateful traffic, pinpointing potential issues all the way down to each network, application and end-user flow on physical and virtualized networks,” the company says. “diversifEye also enables carriers to identify 4G performance bottlenecks and fully understand end-user QoE limitations, particularly for new voice, video and data services coming on to the market.”

“High-bandwidth LTE deployments carrying VoLTE calls, streaming video and data services, together with increased demand for secure enterprise VPN connections pushes the LTE network to its limits. In all of this, there are serious considerations for quality, scale, performance and integration,” adds Robert Winters, chief marketing officer.

(Editor’s note: CT Reports will be coming to you live from CTIA 2012 next week. If you are planning to attend, please contact Editor Debra Baker at She’d love to meet with you.)

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