InterWorking Labs, Inc.

InterWorking Labs optimizes application performance in mobile, cloud, and wide area networks. The Company's products and services help customers diagnose, replicate, and remediate the performance of embedded systems and network applications. InterWorking Labs empowers its global customers to develop and deploy the highest quality and most reliable network devices while maximizing the most utility from their networks. Notable clients include Alcatel-Lucent, Apple, AT&T, BMW, Boeing, Cisco Systems, Ericsson, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Juniper Networks, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Oracle, Samsung, the U.S. Government, and Xerox.

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  • PO Box 66190
    Scotts Valley, CA 95067

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  • Fuzz Testing

    Company: InterWorking Labs

    Fuzz testing is a means of bombarding a particular network device with a series of network packets with intentionally malformed encoding. The device under test should discard the malformed packet without crashing or hanging. In fuzz testing, random bad data "fuzz" is sent to a network device. Some specific patterns of bad data will typically crash the device. The development engineer must correct the code in the network device and then replicate and repeat the specific patterns of bad data to make sure that the corrected code is now sufficiently robust and secure.

  • Mini Maxwell - Network Emulation System

    Company: InterWorking Labs

    Mini Maxwell® -- Easy to use, portable, network emulator. Mini Maxwell''''s low cost of $1995 can fit into any testing budget. The Mini Maxwell is great if you have low power requirements, or need ultra quiet operation. Mini Maxwell supports packet drop/loss, duplication, delay (latency)/jitter, reorder, and burst. Includes: processor, memory, and three Ethernet interfaces in one enclosure with separate power supply, Linux OS, Mini Maxwell® network emulator engine, graphical user interface, and 90 Day Warranty.

  • KMAX - Network Emulator

    Company: InterWorking Labs

    The KMAX network emulator helps network engineers test and measure performance in order to identify and remove defects. Network emulators turn well behaved development and test networks into the kind of slow, congested, and less-than-reliable services encountered on the internet. In addition, unlike the real internet, network emulators allow the operator to control these conditions so that products and apps can be subjected to controlled and repeatable tests, by routing selected packets through a series of impairment nodes.

  • Maxwell Pro - Network Emulator and Protocol Tester

    Company: InterWorking Labs

    The Maxwell Pro Network Emulator helps engineers learn how their products will perform in mobile, cloud, and WAN networks. By capturing and changing network flows, Maxwell Pro can induce the conditions that cause network congestion, slow links, time outs, Lossy networks (LLNs), and many other adverse network conditions. Engineers can then see the effects on the device or application to find and fix bugs, solve network problems, and learn the limits of device and application performance.

  • Maxwell G - One Gigabit Network Emulator

    Company: InterWorking Labs

    The Maxwell G® Network Emulator will create the same real-world conditions that affect production networks in your lab or on your desktop, so you can visualize and understand the effects of these conditions on your application or embedded system prior to deployment. Maxwell G offers a simple, easy to use, graphical interface to get you up and running quickly.Maxwell G is well suited to training and learning environments, demonstrations and trade shows, and testing, validation and troubleshooting.Limiting bandwidth to see how your new application will perform on slower network connections, particularly wireless, is one of the most popular applications for Maxwell G

  • SilverCreek - SNMP Test Suite

    Company: InterWorking Labs

    SilverCreek is the Authoritative SNMP Test Suite -- designed to test implementations of the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP agents) and standard and private MIBs (Management Information Bases). SilverCreek incorporates thousands of small, single function tests written in the Tcl scripting language to exercise one or a small number of parameters. The syntactic tests verify protocol compliance, error and exception handling, and boundary condition behavior. The functionality tests (semantic tests) verify performance, trap/alert/event/notification handling, counter accuracy, security, and many other implementation specific areas.