Patrick McCabe of the site WANbully (and SE for a major networking equipment vendor) had a chance to play with a Netropy WAN emulator and compare it to the freeware he previously used. Read his great Hands-On report here: http://wp.me/p76LRq-2q. Continue reading Apposite Netropy – Hands-on Report
We’ve recently had a few customers ask whether the license limits on the Netropy products were per-link or aggregate bandwidth limits. They limit the bandwidth that can be configured for each individual WAN link, not in aggregate, but this more Continue reading Bandwidth Limits
Today marks the official 10 year anniversary of Apposite Technologies. I’d like to say it’s been a long strange trip, but it’s actually been a pretty straight path. Most tech start-up stories seem to begin, “Once upon a time in Continue reading Happy Birthday … To Us!
We’ve been selling the popular 2-port 1 Gbps Netropy N60 and Linktropy 5500 emulators since 2010 and they’ve been great products – small, quiet, and affordable. But now through the magic of Moore’s Law, we’ve been able to upgrade the Continue reading The New Netropy N61 and Linktropy 5510 Models Have Arrived!
One of the most interesting features of our WAN emulators is the ability to capture the latency and loss conditions from a live network and reproduce those conditions as they change second-by-second (actually up to 10x per sec.) in the Continue reading Netropy and Linktropy Recorder for Linux
In the past few days, there’s been a lot of talk in the news about latency. Working at a company that makes network simulators (www.apposite-tech.com), I spend my day talking about latency, but still I was not prepared to wake Continue reading Latency and the Fed