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July 25, 2006
WOBURN, Mass. -- Valid8.com, Inc. (www.valid8.com), a leading provider of telecom conformance testing software, has introduced a highly-customizable, cost effective soft switch MGC emulator tool. The MGC emulator is yet another testing solution available through Valid8.com’s ever-growing portfolio of compatible testing suites and products that may be used together or as stand alones. This package is specifically tailored to meet the needs of the rapidly growing market for the Fiber-to-the-Premises (FTTP) Gigabit Passive Optical Networking (GPON) platform.
Valid8.com President and CEO Ian Carpenter said the MGC emulator is unmatched when it comes to facilitating cost effective, flexible soft switch emulation testing. “The MGC emulator enables an engineer to verify performance prior to going live in a “real world” environment. Testers may rapidly run through a series of tests, customized to meet their needs, to resolve any issues they may encounter while getting a new feature or software up and running.”
An increasing number of top-tier telecom vendors are using the MGC emulator worldwide to test their software. MGC soft switch emulators allow the user to test E1/T1/Analog Media Gateways (MGs) and Signaling Gateways (SGs), complete calls between endpoints and test feature interaction. The package also includes protocol analysis enabling the user to capture the signaling messages that make up the call flow. The MGC emulator is flexible and allows the user to input proprietary information. Among the many benefits of the emulator:
Easy to configure
Ability to customize
Frees up more expensive resources
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