WAN emulation (or network emulation) is really a method that simulates existing, planned and/or non-ideal network to be able to assess efficiency, predict the impact of application efficiency, or otherwise optimize networked company applications. The Shunra VE WAN emulator (or network emulator) can produce an exact replica of your network, permitting you to predict precisely how application or infrastructure modifications will enable those applications to perform in any networked environment, before rollout.

Providing a best-in-class pre-deployment testing solution via proprietary WAN emulation technology, Shunra offers IT with powerful insights into application efficiency throughout each phase of the application lifecycle. Shunra VE incorporates a variety of network attributes into its emulation model - such as the round-trip time across the network (latency), the amount of available bandwidth, a given degree of packet loss, duplication of packets, reordering packets, and/or the severity of network jitter.

Shunra is dedicated to delivering innovative software and services that provide application performance intelligence, and continues to expand technology into deeper levels of application behavior analysis. Clients use Shunra's wan emulation (or network emulation) software, appliances or services to reduce time-to-market for new services, guarantee application deployment success and make sure applications deliver a top quality of experience.

These days we're so focused on the LAN and most have forgotten to even consider that the WAN may play a key component in efficiency issues. The WAN arena is to be well considered in this time of attempting to get more out of the network investment we have. Ignoring the WAN is like having a race automobile on rethread tires, the car my run great but the retread tires which are connecting the super tuned car (your LAN) to the real world (the WAN) is really a very bad concept along with a very weak solution!

Reconsider the WAN for two (2) reasons - 1) to make certain that you are getting the bandwidth and services which you are paying for and - 2) Your WAN setting, services ?and so on might be one of the major causes for slow network responses, loss calls, loss sessions?etc also as the cause for many other real time application and database focused network issues. I suggest that you give it a thought and you just may discover that sneaky response issue and get your entire network tuned to deliver even much more than expected.