BreakingPoint, a provider of massive-scale, real-world
LTE/4G testing, announced plans to conduct unprecedented LTE/4G performance and
security testing during the LTE Asia 2011 conference.
From booth No. 25, show attendees can witness a single
BreakingPoint CTM create six million mobile users — more than the entire
population of Singapore — as they download rich media content, Skype with
friends, purchase music, post photos on Facebook or unknowingly share the
testing is the only fully integrated solution for generating massive-scale
application and attack traffic over LTE infrastructures — from the handset and
tower through the backhaul Evolved Packet Core (EPC).
Working with BreakingPoint’s intuitive single-screen
interface and a single, comprehensive, easy-to-maintain device, users can:
Emulate key LTE network components, including millions of
User Equipment (UEs) and thousands of eNodeBs, plus Mobility Management
Entities (MMEs) and Serving Gateways (SGWs).
Create the behavior of up to 90 million concurrent mobile
users for just pennies per UE.
Evaluate application-aware devices in both 3G and LTE
environments with support for GTPv1 and GTPv2.
Stress each element of an LTE/4G infrastructure under
real-world conditions, allowing service providers and equipment manufacturers
to harden security, optimize performance and stabilize systems.
Validate per-UE accounting, billing and policy
The unprecedented scale of LTE/4G networks makes
optimizing the resiliency of their underlying infrastructures a logistical,
economical and functional challenge when using traditional mobility testing
systems,” said Stephane Johnson, vice president of International Sales,
As BreakingPoint will demonstrate during LTE Asia 2011,
it is now possible to simulate the exact behavior of millions of mobile users
using a compact device and a fully integrated LTE/4G testing lab that takes
only a few minutes to configure. And by harnessing BreakingPoint’s mobility
testing solutions, users are dramatically reducing — to just pennies per
mobile device — the costs associated with generating LTE user behavior.
By Telecomlead.com Team