Validate DPI systems for 3G/4G networks using real-world mobile data
As mobile traffic continues to evolve and grow rapidly, so does the complexity when it comes to creating, troubleshooting, and validating deep packet inspection (DPI) systems within modern mobile networks. When mobile users spend time on their mobile phones, they use dozens of different applications that have unique “mobile behaviors.” YouTube is different from YouTube Mobile, and this must be accounted for when conducting mobility testing. Behind the scenes, carriers are registering and authenticating these devices on the network, establishing HTTP, app store, and other connections over bearer channels while blocking malicious attacks.
This is the reality of mobile traffic today, and BreakingPoint Actionable Security Intelligence (ASI) solutions are the only way to predict the impact of mobile applications, security threats, and mobile malware on mobile infrastructures. With the exclusive ability to create city-scale mobile data simulations, BreakingPoint ASI solutions provide advance insight into the resiliency of mobile networks when faced with the very same application and security traffic they will see in the real world.
With BreakingPoint mobile data testing solutions, you will:
- Create authentic mobile data from hundreds of applications, live mobile malware, user behavior, and more
- Measure mobility infrastructure performance and security under the most extreme network traffic conditions
- Put all elements of a mobility network to the test with emulation for all key LTE network components, including millions of UEs and thousands of eNodeBs
- Assess the performance and security of mobility management entities (MMEs) and serving gateways (SGWs) under true mobile traffic conditions
- Evaluate application-aware devices in both 3G and LTE environments with support for GTPv1 and GTPv2
- Validate per-UE accounting, billing, and policy mechanisms
Learn how one telecommunications equipment provider used BreakingPoint mobile data testing solutions to accelerate the development of content-aware LTE network products.