Effective optimization and troubleshooting for all RAN technologies and services
TEMS Investigation is an active, end-to-end testing solution, used to verify, optimize and troubleshoot heterogeneous RAN services. It enables mobile operators and infrastructure suppliers to test quality, from the perspective of subscribers (QoE) and from the perspective of the network (QoS), covering in- vehicle, in-building and pedestrian test scenarios.
Combining speed with simplicity, TEMS Investigation helps you reach the market fast with a solution backed by latest technology innovation, while offering unmatched ease of operation. TEMS Investigation is proven to meet emerging needs during pre and post-launch stage of network technology developments. It is a single solution that reduces OPEX by helping to streamline processes and by keeping pace with rapid network evolution.
In Ayscom we work with the TEMS research solutions implemented by our partner Infovista. You can contact us at any time and our specialists will provide you the necessary information to adapt the solutions to your needs.
What is new in TEMS Investigation?
Support for YouTube Live Streams: Measure streaming performance using live video feeds and longer YouTube videos. This enables more realistic QoE testing by using popular YouTube video feeds as source, just like your users.
U-blox SARA-R410M: The u-blox SARA‑R410M is a configurable LTE Cat M1/NB1 multi‑mode module with worldwide coverage. This makes it ideal for the development of LPWA IoT applications.
Bittium Tough Mobile SD-41: This device is designed and built for demanding Mobile Security and Public Safety markets. The Bittium Tough Mobile offers global connectivity including commercial bands and LTE band 14 for public safety use.
Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+: TEMS Investigation introduces connect support for the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+. Now RF engineers can measure and analyze network performance using the latest Samsung Galaxy S series mobile device.
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Source: TEMS Investigation, Infovista