Publié le 11 janvier 2016
Single radio voice call continuity (SRVCC) and enhanced SRVCC (eSRVCC) services give subscribers impressive flexibility to seamlessly access VoLTE services across 2G, 3G and LTE networks. However, as more and more VoLTE deployments hit the market, there is an increasing need for network equipment manufacturers (NEMs) and network service providers (NSPs) to better understand and test these complex networks, in conjunction with their SRVCC and eSRVCC services, so as to reduce deployment delays, poor quality of service (QoS) and network failures.
An IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) core network is the service delivery architecture that delivers high-quality and highly reliable VoLTE services. It is therefore crucial for NEMs and NSPs to not overlook testing the IMS network in both lab and live environments to ensure optimal performance.
While inherently complex to design and deploy in its own right, an IMS network can nevertheless be effectively and efficiently tested using best practices. Our recent webinar, Testing IMS for VoLTE and eSRVCC, by our experts in simulation and lead testing, not only gives a great overview of VoLTE, SRVCC and eSRVCC services but also explains the most important test configurations you need to perform, such as SBC and end-to-end network testing. Advanced testing methodologies are also covered to ensure that you gain the full scope of how IMS testing can boost your VoLTE service performance. This is a must-view! Watch it now!