Network testing specialist Spirent Communications is adding LTE features to its Landslide Mobile Packet Core Test Platform for application and regression measurements.
Landslide can test in network layers 4 through 7 and can emulate traffic from up to 32,000 mobile base stations and 3.2 million simultaneous users at 120 Gbps, the company said.
The company already offers LTE support in other products, but adding it to Landslide creates a single product which can test a variety of mobile broadband systems such as CDMA, HSPA, UMTS and WiMAX, officials said.
The WiMAX element, which is widely considered a rival technology to LTE, was added by Spirent in March of this year.
Spirent also recently updated Landslide with an IPSec accelerator card for faster speeds when using encrypted data.