McKinney, TX (July 7, 2017) – Developing Solutions has added a M3 Dictionary to its set of protocol dictionary references to aid eMBMS/LTE Broadcasting network test case design. The M3 Dictionary joins the Diameter, RADIUS, S1AP, MAP, and GTPv1 and GTPv2 dictionaries.
Check out these latest additions at www.protocoldictionary.com or www.developingsolutions.com/solutions/protocol-dictionaries/
Developing Solutions’ growing collection of protocol applications and Subscriber Management, Policy and Charging Control, EPC, IMS, CIoT/NB-IoT, eMBMS, SMS, and WiFi Interworking testing tools gives dsTest the ability to identify problems and potential bottlenecks in the lab before they show up in the network.
In addition to Control Plane interfaces, dsTest also support User Data interfaces.
dsTest runs on several distributions of Linux and is designed to take advantage of the latest processor and virtualization technology available with COTS hardware in order to provide high performance and capacity, and assists carriers and vendors in their drive toward network function virtualization (NFV) and software defined networks (SDN). Wireless Service Providers and Network Equipment Manufacturers rely on dsTest to for performance, compliance, and reliability validation of their network devices and architectures. dsTest is accompanied by the dsClient graphic user interface (GUI), which allows easy configuration and control of the tool, and provides live operational measurements monitoring in chart or tabular form.
dsTest further simplifies the process of testing the signaling core with multiple advanced testing features and solutions, such as C-SGN Testing, SmartEvents, Diameter Dictionary validation, and SmartAVP.
About Developing Solutions, Inc.
Developing Solutions is a test equipment software development firm founded in 2002 with extensive experience in the Telecom and Datacom industries, including both NEM and test equipment manufacturers. Developing Solutions helps carriers and equipment manufacturers avoid costly downtime by easily scaling an environment to simulate hundreds of millions of subscribers to test capacity, compliance, scalability and redundancy. The company is located in the DFW Metroplex.