A new low-cost device from Enex TestLab to measure network performance was rolled out today. The eMetric is Australia’s first mass-prodicuble global broadband testing product.
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The eMetric, which is applicable to any type of network including wireless and satellite, can be used to test network performance, i.e., download and upload speed; network latency; network availability; web page load speeds; quality of wervice; and remote network monitoring.
Matt Tett, director of Enex TestLab, said, “”Something that repeatedly arose working on networking and broadband projects over the years is that, until now, broadband users, particularly consumers, have been unable to access an accurate test facility that can independently test, analyse and report on their Internet performance. eMetric addresses this. And ensures independent third-party compliance and assurance that network investors funding is delivering the commitments made by the solution providers and operators.”
The beauty of eMetric, he adds, “is that eMetric units can be readily distributed to large end-user sample group. They are low-cost, remotely controlled, highly stable and always on. It means much more accurate insights into broadband and network performance can be achieved. The numbers of units deployed could easily reach into the thousands. Imagine the value of this amount of data.”
For more information, visit www.testlab.com.au/web/guest/emetric