25-GbE Network Emulator Promises Precise Network Simulation

Spirent Communications introduces what it’s calling the first impairment test solution for verification of Ethernet products and networks at 25GbE. The Spirent Attero-100G now includes a 25 GbE delay emulator that enables equipment manufacturers to emulate a network or its elements with precision, accuracy and repeatability, while also supporting the testing of Ethernet switches, routers, and networks at rates up to 100 GbE.

 

Spirent’s Attero-100G High Speed Network Emulator supports full line-rate network simulation with precise full-line-rate delay of up to 1024ms at 25GbE, with packet jitter to nanosecond accuracy, as well as lost, mis-ordered, errored and repeated packets and up to 16 profiles to configure and inject impairments. For more information, an Attero-100G datasheet is available.

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