Executable Test Suites

SINTESIO delivers SOFTWARE licenses for the Executable Test Suites (ETS).

SINTESIO is offering Conformance, Interworking and Interoperability Executable test Suites for Telecom Domains. Each test suite consists from: validated Abstract Test Suites (ATS) , Test Adapters (TA) and Adapter Client Interfaces (ACI) for Testing Tech Workbench V14 and up. The SOFTWARE is delivered as a turn-key solution, which enables execution of the standardized Abstract Test Suites (ATS) developed by ETSI STFs. Sintesio is giving 24-month warranty for the delivered SOFTWARE. Necessary on-site support for installation of the SOFTWARE on the Customer’s Test system and Test system bring-up is included in the offer.

Testing type

– Interworking Testing:

Interworking testing requires interaction due  to the predefined standard between two different protocols.

Network Integration Testing:

NIT is a testing technique that is aimed at verifying the correct behaviour of interconnected networks (operated by different operators) in provisioning services to end users, or the behaviour of a complex network operated by a unique operator.

 Conformance Testing:

Conformance testing, also known as compliance testing, is a methodology used in engineering to ensure that a product, process, computer program or system meets a defined set of standards.

Standard documents

TSS/TP:  The Test Suite Structure and Test Purpose (TSS&TP) provide an informal, easy-to-read description of each test, concentrating on the meaning of the test rather than detailing how it may be achieved. Test Purposes are grouped into a logical Test Suite Structure according to suitable criteria (basic interconnection, error handling, functionality etc.). 

ATS:  The Abstract Test Suite (ATS) is the entire collection of Test Cases defined by the ETSI TSS/TP standard. Each Test Case specifies the detailed coding of the Test Purposes, written in the standardized test specification language TTCN.

PICS: A Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS) is a structured document which asserts which specific requirements are met by a given implementation of a protocol standard.