Need a flexible NBASE-T test solution? As the need for bandwidth and network speeds explodes, 2018 saw an uptake of the multi-gigabit NBASE-T technology and the related 802.3bz standard. Are you working on equipment that supports 2.5 Gbps and 5 Gbps Ethernet? Or, do you have plans to offer multi-...
Latency has a big impact on the user experience. Learn more about what it is and why you should monitor it.
Will the 5G standard ensure faster braking with self-driving cars? Explore the results of our real-life test at Excentis.
Automatically restart closed TCP sessions with ByteBlower Wireless Endpoints
Wi-Fi 6 is the newest standard for Wi-Fi networks – but are devices making full use of its capabilities? We tested a handful of Wi-Fi 6 devices to find out.
Since 2015, Excentis has been inviting the world’s leading network equipment vendors to its headquarters once a year to test their DOCSIS® 3.1 products and demonstrate interoperability with other equipment. More than offering vendors a unique chance to test in a high-tech, vendor-neutral...
With Low Latency DOCSIS a hot topic, the Excentis team explored the effects of introducing latency to a Remote PHY setup. Find out what we learned.
As leaves are falling and seasons are changing, we’re releasing a new version of our platform-independent ByteBlower® GUI, our software package used to control your ByteBlower testing processes. Based on great feedback from our users, we’ve enriched the 2.11 release with a number of useful and intuitive updates. Keep reading to discover what’s new.
TCP Half-Close: a cool feature that is now broken