A new Network World article, written by SD-WAN-Experts president and founder Steve Garson, discusses the need to test SD-WAN devices with your specific network conditions and impairments to make sure you’ve selected the best solution for your network when it experiences instability and/or congestion. “Whenever Continue reading How to test SD-WANs
The main reason to use a WAN emulator is to test application performance. But finding the problems are only the first half of the battle – the other half is fixing them. The folks at Love My Tool (www.lovemytool.com), with Continue reading How to Find Application Performance Problems
[The following posting is by Worakrit Khumngern of BlueZebra Co., Ltd., a reseller of Apposite’s products in Thailand.] WAN Emulator คืออุปกรณ์สำหรับทดสอบหรือจำลอง แบนด์วิดท์ (Bandwidth), ดีเลย์ (Delay), ค่าการสูญเสีย (Loss) และเงื่อนไขอื่นๆ ที่เกี่ยวข้องกับ wide area network ที่จะช่วยให้สามารถทดสอบประสิทธิภาพ (Application) ของคุณ WAN Emulator นั้นไม่มีคำจำกัดความหรือชื่อเรียกที่เฉพาะเจาะจง บางครั้งอาจจะถูกเรียกว่า ‘Network Emulator’, Continue reading WAN Emulator คืออะไร?
Today’s Wall Street Journal described how due to the popularity of gluten-free foods, food producers are stamping many of their products “gluten-free” even if like milk and yogurt, they never contained any of the grains that include gluten. (http://online.wsj.com/articles/how-we-eat-the-gluten-free-craze-is-it-healt hy-1403491041?KEYWORDS=gluten). Continue reading Apposite’s Gluten-Free WAN Emulators
Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop, and VDI in general, are among the most important applications running over a company’s WAN. And like other applications running over the WAN, the performance of XenApp and XenDesktop can be greatly impacted by insufficient bandwidth, Continue reading Testing Citrix Performance over the WAN: A Joint Apposite/Goliath Webinar
At the recent Sharkfest conference where Apposite was exhibiting our PCAP replay feature, a number of people walked up to our booth and said, “You’re the dudes who inject latency to simulate all the router hops along the network?” Well… Continue reading It’s the Speed of Light, Dude!
Hidely-ho, Neighborinos! Welcome to the final test for our series on Mobile Video Chat apps. As you can tell from the title, this time we tested the video chat app “Tango” to see how it would perform under certain networking Continue reading The APP Test Series: Testing Tango Mobile Video Chat
Welcome back to The APP Test Series! This time my brother and I check out the performance of Google Talk (otherwise known as VTok) video chat using our mobile phones, separate WiFi connections, and a Linktropy Mini2 WAN Emulator. First Continue reading The APP Test Series: Testing Google Talk (Vtok) Mobile Video Chat
Recently, my brother and I wanted to try mobile video chatting with our parents in Hawaii from our apartment in LA. Our dad has a Samsung Galaxy S, so we decided to call him with my brother’s Samsung Galaxy S3 Continue reading The APP Test Series: Testing Skype Mobile Video Chat
If you haven’t come across Cleversafe already, their dispersed object storage technology runs the world’s largest data repositories. Their systems provide redundancy by simultaneously storing objects on multiple storage nodes across physically dispersed locations. Obviously, WAN conditions such as bandwidth Continue reading The Easy Choice