East Coast Datacom, Inc Announces Major Upgrade to the Ethernet Delay
Features add greater use and flexibility to emulation and data reports.
Rockledge, FL, May 30, 2012 --(PR.com)-- East Coast Datacom (ECD), Inc., a Florida-based data
communications accessory specialist, announces major feature upgrades to the EDS-1G Ethernet Delay
Simulator. The EDS-1G is a Packet Delay Emulator allowing users to test and stage critical network
equipment adding delays and impairments over 10/100/1000 Ethernet. Simulated network delays are
bi-directional, independently controlled and may be set from 0mS up to 8 seconds in length.
The new release adds:
1) Ability for user to create multiple named profiles for each delay path and schedule the profiles with
defined run times
2) Ability for user to create or schedule log files and output the files for reporting
3) Added Roaming Delay Option for low, high and back to low
4) Increased Delay Accuracy
5) Added Framing Overhead Support: They provide 3 choices for framing overhead
6) Ability to set System Time to user local time (Factory Default is GMT time)
7) Added ability to Reset Master Password via RS-232 Serial Port
8) Added ability of MGMT Port 2 to have a saved IP Port Address
Existing users are eligible for a free upgrade of their system. All EDS-1G users receive 3 years of
technical support and free upgrades.
The next scheduled upgrade is in July-August.
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