VERIFY YOUR NETWORK
Higher Ethernet speeds, higher port densities, network switches and routers, and software-defined networks require many different technologies — both physical and virtual — used in a single network infrastructure. Every upgrade requires re-evaluating network-level traffic scale, application diversity, and attack surface resilience. End-users demand speed and security so there is no margin for error when deploying new network equipment.
Network equipment manufacturers must validate their equipment against the latest applications, traffic volumes, and user behavior diversity. Service providers and large enterprises must do the same. There can be no compromises in testing realism.
Building or deploying a new network appliance does not need to be stressful. Ensure your network and its appliances are tested at every level using the most realistic traffic scenarios.
Create realistic customer modeling scenarios to test and emulate network and applications at scale and to measure the quality of wired converged multi-play services.
Simulate the widest variety of the latest attacks mixed with volumes of legitimate traffic to validate performance under the most realistic conditions.
Completely test Wi-Fi IoT, Wi-Fi, and heterogeneous networks (HetNets) from the core to customer-facing managed services.
AUTOMATE YOUR TEST ENVIRONMENT
Speed your testing and increase effectiveness. Testing as a Service (TaaS) offers an automated, fast, repeatable, and accurate approach to product testing. Optimize your network investments while minimizing your test equipment investments.
TaaS benefits and highlights:
- Access to world-leading test equipment
- Easily expensed professional assessments (CapEx vs. OpEx) based on your need
- Proven, repeatable test plans and methodologies
- Highly experienced test experts to supplement your own technical staff
Validate Your Chip Design
The cost of fixing bugs after chip ‘tape-out’ can run into the millions of dollars. Reduce risk by testing during the pre-silicon stage. Push your design with high volumes of Ethernet and TCP/IP protocol traffic using hundreds of predefined packet templates. Run hundreds of virtualized test ports at once and dynamically shape traffic to ensure zero packet loss at maximum emulation speeds.
Validate Virtual Networks
A top challenge for service providers is transitioning network devices to software functions. Boost the performance of virtualized functions using test tools and automated methodologies to validate and quantify the deterministic behavior of network functions virtualization (NFV) ecosystems throughout the virtual network functions (VNF) service lifecycle.
Test Your Cloud Security
If you are operating in the cloud, you need continuous insights into the security posture of your cloud environment. You can get this if you have safely modeled security breaches and threat vectors and use it to assess the effectiveness of your hybrid IT security.
BreakingPoint Cloud enables security operations teams to gain actionable security insights to proactively reduce risk.
Improve Your Application Performance
Get the real-time insight of your users' actual quality of experience. Create synthetic Skype, Outlook 365, and web traffic on your wired or Wi-Fi network to perform node-to-node and real-service testing to improve end-user experience.
Hawkeye is a proactive monitoring platform that ensures you are the first to know what is happening in your network.
NETWORK TEST CASE STUDIES
Whether you are a network architect, developer, or part of an operations team, your network is always changing. Simulating realistic traffic conditions of a network or carrier to ensure efficient operations is critical to overcoming any design or operational challenge.
See how we help other innovators discover and overcome network challenges.
We're very satisfied with the close cooperation from Keysight that enabled us to meet the market demands on early creation and support for testing of NB-IoT devices. This delivered a powerful test solution for evaluation of IoT device performance, such as transmitted output power and receiver sensitivity.