A High Performance Multi-Port (1Gbps) Network Emulator
The iTrinegy Network Emulator-Enterprise (INE Enterprise) is our award-winning next generation network emulator range that supports the most demanding requirements of organizations and governments needing to test with a real-world Emulation solution that meets all the configuration requirements of the most complex fully meshed high-performance networks.
INE Enterprise delivers the behaviour of any high speed production network within a controlled and repeatable test environment.
iTrinegy Network Emulator (INE and NE-ONE Emulator) products enable you to realistically recreate a wide variety of network conditions like latency, jitter, packet loss/error/reordering and bandwidth restrictions so that you can simulate environments such as Wide Area Networks (WANs), Wireless LANs, GPRS, 3G, IP over Radio / Radio over IP(RoIP), Satellite or MPLS networks. It is then possible to test the performance of new (or existing) applications in these replicated networks. Using these products from development, through testing to pre-deployment ensures your application will work and perform in its target network without the requirement for painful and expensive fixing, re-coding or re-designing.
A unique product offering two compelling and complementary network and application performance measurement capabilities in a single standalone solution:
- Network Emulation
- Network Profiling (NAPM)
A SOPHISTICATED BUT VERY SIMPLE TO USE NETWORK EMULATOR
- A highly intuitive pictorial web GUI with unique self-configuration capability.
- An LCD Panel to conveniently operate the unit when in a LAB or “In the Field”
- Built in video tutorials to guide the user through all the major features
Network Emulation Software for Windows
iTrinegy Network Emulator for Windows (INE for Windows) is a low cost, simple-to-use personal (1-Port) network emulator designed to install onto the Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 platform and allow some or all of the applications running on that Windows system to “experience” realistic network conditions when accessing the network, rather than the near perfect LAN they’re connected to.