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The Maxwell Network Emulator helps engineers learn how their products will perform in mobile, cloud, and WAN networks. By capturing and changing network flows, Maxwell can induce the conditions that cause network congestion, slow links, time outs, and many other adverse network conditions. Engineers can then see the effects on the device or application to find and fix bugs, solve network problems, and learn the limits of device and application performance.
Whatever the situation may be, one of Maxwell's pre-defined scenarios can address it. Need modifications or changes? No problem. Maxwell is fully customizable.
When it comes to improving device performance in challenging conditions, there’s never been anything like Maxwell to accurately emulate networks under adverse conditions.
Design and code reviews can only contribute so much to a product’s reliability. Eventually, the device needs to be exposed to near-real-world network traffic to see how it performs. Unfortunately, older methods of testing network devices—such as traffic generators, network emulators, and network simulators from the 1990’s — are too “coarse-gained”. They only operate at the packet level and are limited to packet operations like drop/lose, duplicate, delay, jitter and re-order.
Maxwell’s network Emulation capabilities provide much finer grained control.
All of these capabilities can be usefully employed to accurately produce network simulations in the lab approximating real-world network conditions.
Historically, network devices were tested with primitive network impairment systems operating only on the packet as a whole. These systems could drop/lose, delay, duplicate, and/or re-order packets. That was all.
Today’s customers expect far greater granularity when emulating real-world networks. They expect that the real-world network they emulate in the lab will allow them to:
Maxwell is designed from the ground up to help test engineers discover problems earlier, fix them, and release higher-quality products and applications. Its flexible, scriptable, programmable power enables an abundance of capabilities:
With Maxwell, product implementations can be tested in near-real-life conditions ranging from routine to extreme prior to release or large-scale deployment.
As network applications proliferate and users attach new types of devices to networks, the need for high QoS and better packet compensation algorithms increases. Through use of a network simulator, you can discover hidden problems that only reveal themselves at the worst possible moments and fix them, saving time, money, and your reputation. Let us help add the Maxwell Network Emulator to your lab!
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