STINGA SS7 Simulator is a cost-efficient test tool and performs SS7 protocol simulation over TDM and IP, as well as SCTP simulation and SIP-T simulation.
The simulator supports conformance-, functional-, regression-, mobile-, and load testing, from prototyping-stage to final product. Testing new services, products, or versions early in the development phase saves time, prevents errors, and ensures interoperability between network elements. When commercially released and distributed, all new network elements are verified to function in a real network environment and to deliver on its premises.
Generate various traffic conditions
STINGA SS7 Simulator can generate both real network conditions and custom traffic towards specific or all parts of a network. It can also regenerate problems or irregularities that have already occurred in a real network environment. This makes error tracking and searching easier, and customer experience can easily be tested to ensure high quality.
SS7 and SCTP Conformance Test Suite Frameworks are included with all STINGA Protocol Simulators. These frameworks contain a large number of test scripts and templates to simulate calls, data traffic etc. towards one or several parts of a network. Test scripts and templates can easily be customized for specific tests in or between network elements.
Expert support & tailored solutions
To better fit our customers’ needs and requirements, we provide them with custom made and tailored solutions. All STINGA products are adapted to new technological changes and new protocols and versions are added continuously. Other protocols and national protocol variants are implemented on customer request.
Expert support and product demonstrations are offered online via GoToMeeting. Contact us to request and schedule an appointment.
- Cost-effective test tool
- Test with real network conditions
- Regenerate occured errors
- Test and verify on an early development stage
- Functional-, mobile-, load-, conformance- and regression testing
- Realistic test of network elements and their interoperability
- Different protocol analyzers and simulators can be used together