Many DOD agencies and government contractors depend on Apposite Technologies’ network emulation appliances to validate the reliability and scalability of mission-critical applications. Join us at Booth 1040 at MILCOM 2017 in Baltimore, MD October 23-25 as we share insights and examples of how we can work with defense teams to validate C2 application performance prior to deployment and ensure mission success.
Network emulation is a critical testing method used to validate application performance prior to deployment. The success of the Network-Centric Battlespace depends on the optimal performance of Command and Control (C2) applications. The network architecture between a Command Operation Center and its units in the field often involves multiple link types, including LTEand traditional copper or fiber networks. These topologies can span great distances and network impairments such as latency, packet loss or congestion can dramatically affect application performance.
Apposite Technologies’ Linktropy and Netropy product lines can easily emulate a massive, worldwide network for testing purposes and the simple graphical user interface allows it to be done in minutes. By applying specific impairments to this emulated network, testers can observe their effects on application performance under real-world conditions and ensure mission readiness.