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iTrinegy Network Emulator (INE and NE-ONE Emulator) products enable you to realistically recreate a wide variety of network conditions like latency, jitter, packet loss/error/reordering and bandwidth restrictions so that you can simulate environments such as Wide Area Networks (WANs), Wireless LANs, GPRS, 3G, IP over Radio / Radio over IP(RoIP), Satellite or MPLS networks. It is then possible to test the performance of new (or existing) applications in these replicated networks. Using these products from development, through testing to pre-deployment ensures your application will work and perform in its target network without the requirement for painful and expensive fixing, re-coding or re-designing.

The NE-ONE Emulator features an intuitive and easy-to-use GUI. Aswell as a range of Auto-Configuration features, including a Geolocation latency calculator, to remove the guess-work and save you time. The emulator also features a library of pre-configured emulation scenarios; and is capable of simultaneously emulating multiple network links.

Wireshark is the world's foremost network protocol analyzer.
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Atmos International, Boart Logyear, Chevron Corporation, Agency for Defense Development - S.Korea, Applied Signal Technology, Australian Department of Defence, Boeing Corporation, Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), Canadian Navy, Cobham Defence Communications Ltd, Anglia Ruskin University, Leeds Learning Network, Loughborough University
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Computer Software Company33%
Integrator11%
Retailer11%
Government11%
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Computer Software Company19%
Educational Organization8%
Government7%
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Small Business53%
Midsize Enterprise12%
Large Enterprise35%

iTrinegy NE-ONE Network Emulator is ranked 6th in Network Simulators while Wireshark is ranked 3rd in Network Troubleshooting with 3 reviews. iTrinegy NE-ONE Network Emulator is rated 0.0, while Wireshark is rated 10.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Wireshark writes "Filters enable traffic to be segmented so that a value can be looked at individually apart from the other traffic". iTrinegy NE-ONE Network Emulator is most compared with , whereas Wireshark is most compared with SolarWinds NPM, PRTG Network Monitor, Colasoft Capsa, Nagios XI and SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager.

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