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Netwerk Simulation

Netwerk Simulation

SS7, V5.1/V5.2, ISDN PRI Protocol simulation on the network

Protocol Simulation

Utel Systems offers a range of products for simulation and traffic generation. A test of network performance and network elements is important to ensure Quality of Service (QoS), user satisfaction, and interoperability between network elements.
Based on customer feedback, all STINGA products are proven to be easy to use, which results in time-effective testing and reduction of cost. All STINGA Simulators can easily be used together on the same computer, and since they are all based on the same Windows user interface framework, switching between products is easy and saves time and reduces training costs.

The Stinga generates real network traffic to test new or updated network services for interoperability and/or errors under development.
Cost Efficient & Powerful Protocol Simulator.
• Generate real network traffic
• Both black box and white box testing
• Call setup and termination
• Parameter building
• Support prototype testing
• Easy-to-use
• Free Conformance Test Suite Framework

STINGA SS7 Simulator

Load & functional testing, performance testing, security & penetration testing and troubleshooting in ensuring Quality of Service (QoS) and good user experience for SS7oTDM, SS7oIP (SIGTRAN), and SIP-T networks. Test scripts related to the new “Guidelines for Independent Remote Interconnect Security Testing” from GSMA FS.26 are included in the STINGA SS7 Simulator.


A protocol simulator supporting protocol simulation and traffic
generation in ISDN PRI networks.

Expert Support & tailored solutions

To better fit our customers’ needs and requirements, we provide them with custom made and tailored solutions. All STINGA products are adapted to new technological changes and new protocols and versions are added continuously. Other protocols and national protocol variants are implemented on customer request.
Expert support and product demonstrations are offered.

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