GL Communications (News - Alert) Inc., a leader in providing PC-based test, analysis and simulation products and consulting services to the worldwide telecommunications industry, has announced the availability of PacketGen - SIP Call Generator Software.
“PacketGen is a PC-based real-time VoIP bulk call generator (including both SIP signaling and RTP generation) for stress testing and precise analysis of the VoIP network equipment,” said Jagdish Vadalia, senior manager, GL Communications, in a statement.
Vadalia said that PacketGen is based on a distributed architecture, with SIP and RTP software cores modularly stacked in one or many PCs to create a scalable high capacity test system capable of generating more than 1000 simultaneous calls.
He said that GL's PacketGen breaks ground with high density performance on a Duo Quad Core PC, it can support 1000± simultaneous calls with, both SIP and RTP generation. Vadalia said that this performance number is associated with using the G.711 codec, other codecs may provide higher call densities.
PacketGen's distributed architecture allows achieving higher call density by interconnecting more number of systems with SIP and RTP software cores. And it can be used to test basic functionality and verify proper protocol implementation in SIP based equipment such as SIP phones and Network servers, as well as Proxy Servers, Registrar servers, and PSTN and Media Gateways.
Recently, GL Communications announced the release of its Voice and Data Testing Solutions with enhanced mobile applications.
"Our versatile Voice and Data Testing Solutions comprises: VQuad and VQuad - Probe, Mobile Device Controller (MDC), and WebViewer,” said Robert Bichefsky, senior manager.
"In today's increasingly complex and advanced communications networks, simple and effective methods of testing voice and data are sorely needed - GL's mobile test solution provides this capability with the flexibility of connecting to and between any network, any service, and any interface," he said.
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin