Internet access via web browsers is a fundamental requirement for both our personal and business lives. And the billions of connected devices that keep us linked together keeps growing exponentially.
MNOs can capitalize on this significant growth by extending their IMS services to internet users and enabling end-to-end communication between IMS and web clients. This is made possible by the convergence of WebRTC and IMS technologies.
WebRTC is a technology that enables real-time communication via internet browsers. It uses protocols such as HTTP, WebSocket and DTLS-SRTP.
IMS is a technology that delivers real-time communication services to telecom users. It uses protocols such as SIP, Diameter and RTP.
The WebRTC gateway enables the convergence between IMS and WebRTC and must support critical functions such as interworking between protocols including authentication, policy and charging, and QoS functions.
Since it plays such an important role, it is crucial to characterize the behavior of the WebRTC gateway in the labs before deployment by emulating real-world traffic scenarios that include IMS and WebRTC users.
Simulate millions of WebRTC and IMS VoLTE clients Generate and analyze line rate (1G and 10G) RTP, SDES-SRTP and DTLS-SRTP media streams with mix of codecs such as OPUS, VP8, H.264 and G.711
Supports up to 1.28 million of concurrent secure signalling and media sessions in real-time per QA-805 platform
Validate the end-to-end service including the Network Address Traversal mechanism using ICE and STUN
Measure key performance indicators (KPIs) with high resolution accuracy, up to (10 ns)