FASTest Automation System is making its debut at SUPERCOMM '97.NEW ORLEANS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 3, 1997--telecom technologies, a leading provider of telecommunications software solutions, announced that it will be demonstrating its FASTest Automation System at SUPERCOMM '97, June 1-5 in New Orleans.
FASTest Automation System is the next generation end-to-end network testing, verification, and emulation platform. With FASTest you can create, schedule, execute and verify large number of test cases in a short period of time. These tasks are performed in a visual environment, without programming, from your desktop. FASTest's user-friendly GUI (Graphical User Interface) A graphics-based user interface that incorporates movable windows, icons and a mouse. The ability to resize application windows and change style and size of fonts are the significant advantages of a GUI vs. a character-based interface. environment allows you to test and verify many protocols simultaneously, as well as test features, applications, and billing at the same time.
FASTest capabilities include but are not limited to:
-- Network Node Emulation and Testing:
-- Centrex & PBX
-- End user terminal device
-- Service/Feature Emulation:
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Local number portability, (LNP) for fixed lines, and full mobile number portability (LNP) application
-- Card Services
-- Operator Services
-- AIN Services
-- Protocol Testing:
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-- ISDN ISDN
in full Integrated Services Digital Network
Digital telecommunications network that operates over standard copper telephone wires or other media.
-- PTS PTS
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-- Capacity testing with different Call Mix
-- Billing verification
-- Interoperability and Regression testing
-- MMI (Man Machine Interface) See HMI.
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-- User definable protocol variants
"FASTest leverages Advanced Intelligent Network concepts to provide the next generation testing solution, which is unique to the industry," said Hamid Ansari, chief operating officer Chief Operating Officer (COO)
The officer of a firm responsible for day-to-day management, usually the president or an executive vice-president. of telecom technologies, inc. Ansari said: "With FASTest, network testing has entered a new dimension. It's programmability and scalable design provides an end-to-end test automation environment capable of emulating many network nodes and protocols simultaneously."
FASTest Automation System combines telecom technologies object- oriented application software with "off the shelf" hardware and middleware to meet the demanding requirements of access providers, cellular operators, telecommunications carriers, and equipment vendors.
FASTest will provide you with:
-- Increased testing coverage, while reducing test cycle, &
-- Single integrated point of control
-- Remote access & security management
-- Test suite library for regression testing
-- Flexibility, Scalability & Modularity
-- Open system architecture design
Host Operating System: UNIX UNIX
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Host Hardware Platform: Sun Sparc (or equivalent), Intel-based PC
telecom technologies, one of the fastest growing companies in the Dallas metroplex, is a leading provider of telecommunications software products, engineering, and consulting services in the areas of AIN, local access services, wireless, and high speed data communication. telecom technologies mission is to provide our clients with strategic tools and technological expertise that enhance their systems' performance, lower their operating cost, and help them realize new revenue opportunities.
To obtain more information contact us at:
Address: 2425 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 910, Richardson, TX 75080
Telephone: (972) 918-0202
Fax: (972) 918-0203
Web site: www.ttiweb.com
CONTACT: telecom technologies inc., Richardson
Hamid Ansari, 972/918-0202