JDSU announced that it is participating in a Voice over LTE (VoLTE) interoperability trial, providing its communications test expertise.
The MultiService Forum (MSF) Interoperability Event, organized in partnership with the GSMA, is taking place at the China Mobile Research Institute in Beijing and Vodafone Test and Innovation Center in Dusseldorf, Germany from September 12-30, 2011.
JDSU’s Signaling Analyzer Real Time (SART) solution is being used to test the performance of Voice over LTE under a number of scenarios, including roaming and interconnect, self-organizing networks, and handover and relocation.
JDSU is among 25 companies taking part in the event. The MSF will release the results of the VoLTE Interoperability test event in a white paper in November 2011.
“The MSF VoLTE Interoperability event reflects the MSF’s commitment to carrier-driven interoperability events that validate key emerging standards and technologies, including key network interfaces that ensure multi-vendor deployment strategies for LTE/EPC/IMS technology,”
said Kyu-Ouk Lee, president of MSF.
JDSU recently announced that it has led the development of a new communications test breakthrough for measuring the end user quality of experience when uploading and downloading video and other high-bandwidth content over the Internet.
JDSUdeveloped the test methodology, known as RFC 6349, in collaboration with two major global network operators. It was recently published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), an organization dedicated to developing and promoting Internet standards, as a repeatable service activation test method for managed IP networks. RFC 6349 benefits include:
By Telecomlead.com Team