DUBLIN – April 2016
The project will develop a framework to help app developers, device manufacturers and telecom operators in the evolving 5G sector, to test and benchmark new mobile applications, devices, and services utilizing existing and extended FIRE testbeds. Successful applicants will be invited to test devices and applications on the TRIANGLE infrastructure to get them 5G ready.
This framework will evaluate Quality of Experience of new mobile applications, services and devices designed to operate in the future 5G mobile broadband networks and enable certification for new mobile applications and devices.
RedZinc will use VELOX, its VPS (Virtual Path Slice) Engine to provide end-to-end QoS and develop testing and reporting tools for apps and devices .RedZinc will define QoS testing scenarios and configurations necessary to support the anticipated Quality of Experience.
There are six partners in the Triangle Project: Keysight Technologies, Belgium/Denmark, University of Malaga (UMA), Spain, University College London (UCL), UK; AT4 Wireless, Spain, Quamotion, Belgium and RedZinc, Ireland.
“RedZinc is delighted to be at the forefront of 5G technology testing and benchmarking with its Quality of Service Slice engine. This will allow us to develop more applications for Service Providers to offer their customers such as end-to-end video with high quality”, comments Ricardo Figueiredo, Senior Software Engineer.
RedZinc empowers first responders, healthcare, tele-maintenance and other personnel to stream video to an expert or backup in a command centre using wearable video enabled for 4G and in the future 5G telecommunications. RedZinc enables Service Providers with QoS based bandwidth slices for prioritization of internet traffic.