Rockledge, FL, September 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- East Coast Datacom, Inc., a Florida-based test and communications accessory specialist, announces the Ethernet Delay Simulator, EDS-1G has been upgraded to support MPLS, VLAN, ESP, LPD and Encrypted Packets for simulating network delays. The upgrade does not impact product pricing and owners of existing EDS-1G products are eligible for the Free Upgrade.
The EDS-1G is an Ethernet Delay Simulator allowing users to test and stage critical network equipment adding delays and impairments over 10/100/1000 Ethernet. The unit is an excellent choice for validating and evaluating new products and technologies. The EDS-1G allows the user to accurately emulate bandwidth, latency, jitter, loss and congestion. Additional options allow real time traffic graphs and network statistics.
The most popular example of utilizing the EDS-1G is between a pair of high-speed routers in a staged network to simulate the actual network conditions with respect to delays and potential line errors. Other examples include Simulating the delays and transmission impairments of geosynchronous satellite networks, Simulating long-haul terrestrial transmission delays and modeling delays to simulate buffer and queue effects.
The EDS-1G is operates from a web browser and the user has no cumbersome software or confusing licenses to load for operation.
The EDS-1G is 1U high, rack mount and the unit operates on 90-240VAC power and has a 3-year warranty including support and free upgrades.
The EDS-1G is available for immediate shipment and if offering special pricing until December 31.