Read how the Cambridge Wireless 5G Testbed uses iTrinegy Software Defined Test Network technology to bring network reality to their test set up in order to verify application and systems resilience prior to roll out into live networks.
Every industry from finance to tech, defense to games, retail to healthcare is undertaking some degree of digital transformation. Success in the digital age is all about application delivery and performance but guaranteeing this isn’t easy, especially when it comes to distributed networks that span countries or continents.
iTrinegy’s Software Defined Test Networks technology provides organizations a way to create real-world network conditions in which to analyze, predict and verify application performance before deploying applications into potentially challenging network environments. The insight it provides allows businesses to effectively manage their digital products and brand, reducing deployment costs and risk, mitigating remediation expense and impact to resources at the same time as improving quality.
In an environment where the risk of a failed application launch or migration could cost revenue, brand reputation, jobs, or even lives, the effective assessment, and management of this risk should be an integral part of any development, deployment or migration process.
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iTrinegy is pleased to announce it has joined Cambridge Wireless (CW) as a founder member. CW is the leading international community for companies involved in the research, development and application of wireless and mobile, internet, semiconductor and software technologies.2 min Read
iTrinegy receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Tradeadded by Mr Phil Bull 1 min Read
BT uses iTrinegy Software Defined Test Networks to assess the impact of Non-Ideal Fronthaul on Virtualized RAN
In order to support the demanding requirements of 5G services, the telecommunications industry is exploring the opportunity to leverage virtualization into the different parts of the network. As part of this process, BT is conducting research to assess the impact of non-ideal fronthaul on virtualized Radio Access Networks (vRAN) which involves the use of iTrinegy Software Defined Test Network (SDTN) technology to create the required adverse network conditions.added by Mr Phil Bull 1 min Read
iTrinegy, a world leader in Networked Application Risk Management, is proud to announce that it has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade.added by Mr Phil Bull 1 min Read