NE-one refresher sessions

april 2020

Head over to our Training Courses page to sign up for forthcoming sessions covering:

  • Understanding Packet Duplication and Reordering – April 8, 2020
  • Understanding Packet Fragmentation and Bit Errors – April 22, 2020

You can also find recordings of previous sessions including: 

  • How to Set up and Configure Your NE-ONE – January 22, 2020
  • Creating Your First Network Emulation – February 5, 2020
  • How to Use the Network Scenario Builder – February 19, 2020
  • Understanding Network Impairments – March 4, 2020
  • Understanding Network Latency – March 11, 2020
  • Understanding Packet Loss – March 31, 2020  

March 19, 2020

Why Games break over poor networks

Join one of our webinars where we talk about some common causes of user complaints when a network-reliant game goes live, all drawn from real-life examples from our customers in the games sector, and showing how easy creating real-world networks can be with iTrinegy’s NE-ONE, allowing testers to play the game over poor, erratic networks, with consoles behaving as if they were operating in locations all across the globe, all from the comfort of the QA Lab.

In this webinar we cover:

  • Setting up bad networks that mobile games regularly experience
  • Using the NE-ONE’s advanced settings to break console games
  • How to capture data and bring teams together to get results
Games testing

October 15TH & 16th - 2019

broadcast and live streaming - ensuring a positive viewer experience

Are you responsible for the successful deployment and maintenance of a streaming service, outside broadcast, a Broadcast WAN, or other network-reliant technology or applications?

The variable quality of available networks in different locations can present challenges for both the service providers and their audiences and it can be difficult to anticipate these hazards in pre-event testing as they will only appear when your broadcast network quality is impacted by the stresses of the real world.

In this webinar you will learn how, using a Virtual Test Network, you can create a controllable and repeatable broadcast test network environment including bandwidth limitations, congestion, latency, jitter, bit errors, queuing, packet loss and variable quality of service.  A Virtual Test Network enables you to stress broadcast technology and services in order to identify and resolve network-related performance issues before they are deployed for real.

In this webinar we cover:

  • The Impact of Bad Networks on Viewer Experience
  • What a Virtual Test Network is.
  • A Live Demo of Streaming over a Virtual Broadcast Test Network
  • A Use Case Story
Broadcasting over ip Networks

December 6th - 2018

Satellite Experience without the Satellite Expense


Satellite Networks put a lot of “stress” on applications that isn’t usually encountered in WANs or Mobile Networks. Using real satellite networks for testing can not only be expensive, but also unrealistic as they do not allow you to mimic, on demand, different atmospheric conditions or network characteristics in order to conduct effective testing.  So, how can organizations have the confidence that their applications will be usable over satellite networks?

In this webinar you will learn how using a Virtual Test Network you can create a controllable and repeatable satellite test environment including bandwidth limitations, congestion, high latency, high jitter, bit errors, queuing, packet loss and variable quality of service.  A Virtual Test Network significantly reduces the costs of conducting application performance tests as it eliminates the need to use satellite dishes, satellite modems or terminals and also delays the need to conduct expensive live satellite field trials until much later in the project life cycle.

In this webinar we cover:

  • Why satellite networks are so different compared to other types of network.
  • What a Virtual Test Network is.
  • A live demo of an application running over a satellite Virtual Test Network
Satellite Link Emulation

August 23rd - 2018

How To Avoid Making Players Your Game’s First Testers

Today’s gamers expect a great player experience regardless of the network that they’re connected to. But when network conditions put the player at a disadvantage – or worse the game is unplayable- then a bad review or negative social media post, is frequently the first step in expressing one’s anger and disappointment. Therefore surely it makes sense to develop and test games in an environment that accurately reflects the real-world network conditions for a player’s location – so that the game can be optimized to handle a myriad of network conditions.

In this webinar, you will learn how Virtual Test Networks can be used to create a secure test environment that looks and behaves just like the real-world network – an environment that’s not only under your complete control but is also repeatable too!

  • The impact that bad networks have on player experience.
  • Are your players actually your first testers?
  • What a Virtual Test Network is.
  • How to enhance your DevTest environment with a bad network!
  • Using a Virtual Test Network to create player networks.
  • Virtual Test Networks Solution Types

For more information, take a look at our Games Testing page.

Games Testing

August 2nd - 2018

How To Create Real-World Test Environments in Virtual Networks

There is no doubt that VMware’s Server Virtualization has played a key part in scaling and optimizing test lab environments making it easier to mimic the real-world users and servers. But if, in the real-world, your users are remote to the servers then the network between them can affect application performance, usability and overall experience. So how can you mimic the real-world networks and conditions in a VMware Test Lab Environment?

In this webinar you will learn how enterprises are using Virtual Test Networks in a VMware environment including:

  • Why your testing is inadequate without a Virtual Test Network
  • What is a Virtual Test Network
  •  How to install and configure the iTrinegy NE-ONE Virtual Appliance using vSphere / vCenter
  • How to create a simple Virtual Test WAN configuration
  • How to extend the tests for multiple Virtual Test Networks (WAN, Satellite, Mobile, etc) for concurrent user testing
  • How to obtain your free Network Emulator trial to setup your own Virtual Test Networks
Use Case Briefing - WAN Emulation on VMWare's ESXi Server

July 19th - 2018

How To Achieve Realistic SD WAN Proof of Concept Testing

Researching the SD-WAN market can be a daunting experience and even when you have selected the vendors you would like to evaluate there is the additional nightmare of how you will test each product. Using production for proof-of-concept testing isn’t usually possible or recommended as it’s not a controllable or repeatable environment required for accurate SD-WAN product evaluation.

In this webinar you will learn how enterprises are using iTrinegy’s Virtual Test Network solutions for SD-WAN testing and product evaluation:

  • Test environment requirements for successful SD-WAN proof-of-concept testing
  • What is a Virtual Test Network
  • Example requirements for an SD-WAN PoC test environment
  • NE-ONE Network Emulator Live Demo including:
    • Creating a multi-link (Mobile/DSL/MPLS) configuration with different bandwidth, latency and packet loss criteria for each circuit.
    • Using the Network Scenario Builder to create a dynamic scenario that gradually changes the network conditions over time to affect quality and availability.
  • On-going benefits of using Virtual Test Networks for SD-WAN.
SD WAN Testing Page

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We offer two ranges of Network Emulator products
enabling you to replicate WAN conditions and environments in seconds:

The highly scalable INE Network Emulator that can create any type of network for more complex, sophisticated emulations including fully-meshed Virtual Test Networks.


The easy-to-use NE-ONE Network Emulator boasts rapid deployment times and does not require any specialist network knowledge.


Both products are available in a number of model options to meet today's demanding requirements.

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