SOURCE: Anue Systems

January 08, 2007 15:13 ET

Anue Systems Releases Multi-Flow 10G Ethernet Network Emulator

AUSTIN, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 8, 2007 -- Anue Systems, the performance leader in network delay and impairment emulation, announces the immediate availability of multi-flow capability for XGEM, their innovative line-rate 10-gigabit Ethernet Network Emulator.

"Multi-flow impairment is essential for verifying applications in a converged network," said Kevin Przybocki, VP of Sales & Marketing at Anue Systems. "As IMS and TISPAN are developed and implemented to support triple-play and additional services, the ability to emulate multiple impairment profiles simultaneously at true line-rate is key to delivering reliable solutions with reduced risk."

Anue Network Emulators are used to validate the functionality and performance of solutions under real-world network conditions during hardware/software development, network planning, network design, and acceptance testing to assure service reliability and reduce support costs.

The multi-flow capability, already available for GEM, the 1-gigabit Ethernet Network Emulator and now shipping for XGEM, allows test engineers to define up to 64 network profiles, effectively emulating 64 network clouds per emulator in the test lab.

About Anue Systems, Inc.

Anue Network Emulators increase time to market of new applications, products and services by bringing real world network conditions to the test lab. Anue's hardware-based emulator provides maximum precision and repeatability as well as full line-rate performance thus increasing confidence of the final deployed solution. Anue customers include major network equipment manufacturers, telecom providers, government contractors, research institutions and Fortune 500 companies. Anue Emulators operate at full line-rate up to 11.3Gbps while supporting multiple protocols, including IP, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, SONET/SDH, OTN, and CPRI. Based in Austin, TX, Anue Systems has built a world-class team with expertise in network testing and performance. For more information, visit Anue's website at

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