IP protocol-based testing

  • 30-May-2013 03:09 EDT

Enhanced Test System TTsuite 1.3.0 is Ruetz System Solutions’ newly enhanced version of the company’s test platform. The qualified system integrator for automotive data communication offers several added features such as seamless IP protocol-based testing and the creation of test cases out of capture files. Additionally, an extended test development kit is available. According to the company, the new TTsuite 1.3.0 allows IP-based scenarios to be simply generated by using IP protocol stacks in parallel with the recognized MOST (Media Oriented Systems Transport) protocol. The test system supports all commonly used IP (Internet protocol) and description languages. Use cases in the automotive, consumer, and telecommunication industries include, for example, Universal Plug and Play and Digital Living Network Alliance requirements.

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