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McKinney, TX (August 25, 2014) – Developing Solutions, Inc. announced that dsTest v2.9 is now available to all current customers with active support agreementsand is available for downloading from the Developing Solutions secure support websiteAll features available in v2.8 are carried forward into v2.9.

Feature candidates for dsTest v2.9 are now being considered.  Please contact Developing Solutions if you have a feature you would like to have considered for the v2.9 development cycle.

This event also marks the end of the dsTest v2.8 development phase. The final dsTest v2.8 release was issued August 14,2014.  A partial list of new applications and features included in Release 2.8 can be found here.  Support and help information for v2.9 can be found here.

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About dsTest

dsTest originates, receives, and processes signaling traffic into and from the core network.  Multiple emulated nodes can be coordinated to simulate the UE traffic for complex signaling interactions such as VoLTE.  Unlike some test tools, dsTest provides stateful, standards-based applications that react appropriately to both expected and unexpected events without the need for scripting.

dsTest surpasses all other tools with its capacity, its performance, and the ease with which you can customize the scenarios and messages to achieve your testing goals.

To learn more about Developing Solutions‘ core network emulation and test solutions, refer to our product page or contact Developing Solutions, Inc. at info@developingsolutions.com or (877) 233-8350.

About Developing Solutions, Inc.


Developing Solutions focuses on providing test solutions for core network interfaces in Policy & Charging Control (PCC), Subscriber Management, Authentication Accounting & Authorization (AAA), and Diameter Routing Agents (DRA).  Developing Solutions was founded in 2002, and has extensive experience in the Telecom and Datacom industries, including both NEM and test equipment manufacturers.  The company is located in the DFW Metroplex.