Tools to help you accurately measure broadband connection performance
Measures the data rate a connection can sustain, or the ‘capacity’ of the connection. The capacity speed determines maximum throughput, while the application speed measures the actual speeds the user achieves. The Capacity test is designed to measure the maximum data or packet limit of a connection.
It uses UDP to eliminate any flow control and window size restrictions inherent in a TCP test.
THis Capacity measures the download and upload speed and packet rate.
The IPTV is a UDP connection test intended to help establish whether a network connection is good enough to maintain a quality Video broadcast such as an IPTV feed or video conferencing.
The Route test helps diagnose connectivity problems with detailed network routing discovery and analysis, providing visibility to poor performing networks and devices.
The Video test accurately tests TCP socket-to-socket connections for jitter, the key performance measurement affecting real-time streaming video applications. MyVideo accurately measures and identifies TCP delays that cause jitter and clearly shows the impact to the data flow and resulting jitter over time.
The VoIP test accurately tests the most important VoIP performance measurements that affect VoIP call quality, namely jitter and packet loss, including the important aspect of packet loss distribution.