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Shunra announces VE Desktop 3.0 for developers

Shunra VE Desktop 3.0 Delivers the First Integrated Network Simulation Testing Solution for Today’s Enterprise Shunra VE Desktop Version 3.0 enables development and QA teams to test the network impact on application performance before application deployment. VE Desktop is a Windows-based software solution that simulates a WAN link, enabling developers to test applications or code under a variety of current and potential network conditions, directly from their desktops or laptops.

Shunra, the world’s leading provider of network simulation solutions, today announced version 3.0 of its Shunra VE Desktop client/server network simulation software. Designed primarily for developers, Shunra VE Desktop simulates a Wide Area Network (WAN) link, enabling users to test applications or code under a variety of current and potential network conditions – directly from their desktops or laptops – early in the development process. The new version includes a silent installation process, enabling quick and automatic enterprise-wide deployments of Shunra VE Desktop via any software distribution system. In addition, Shunra VE Desktop now supports the Microsoft Windows Vista™ operating system. Shunra VE Desktop is now offered in two versions: “Standard” for individual users and “Professional” for multi-user enterprise development teams.

A free trial of the Shunra VE Desktop “Standard” is available at: http://www.shunra.com/network_simulation_trial_download

With the release of version 3.0, Shunra VE Desktop is the only network simulation solution that facilitates collaboration between the different enterprise IT teams to understand the performance impact that applications and the network have on each other during the development stage of the application lifecycle.  With Shunra VE Desktop, companies can now deliver higher quality applications that provide an exceptional user experience when the network impact is tested by development and QA teams.   Organizations that realize this include Boeing, General Dynamics, National Instruments, The Carphone Warehouse, Siemens, Texas Instruments, Washington Mutual, and Xerox.
 
Shunra VE Desktop is a Windows-based software solution that simulates a WAN link, enabling users to test applications or code under a variety of current and potential network conditions, including bandwidth, latency, and packet loss, directly from their desktops or laptops. With this insight, users can proactively determine real-life application performance over the network, find and fix problems, and determine capacity requirements during the development process. The Professional edition of Shunra VE Desktop enables test scenarios to be stored in a central repository and used by multiple users.
 
For more information, visit http://www.shunra.com.

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