Today, we are proud to announce the first new release since Opale Systems took over Malden business. In addition to a number of bug fixes, and resolution of some stability issues, this release particularly incorporates 2 new features long awaited by many MultiDSLA users.
New Audio Streaming Integrity (ASI) Option. An innovative metric for continuous assessment of audio streaming over Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
The Audio Streaming Integrity (ASI) metric is a new optional feature for the Opale MultiDSLA v5.3.0 test system. ASI detects, qualifies, records and logs breaks or distortions in audio continuity over any test period. It provides also a cumulative count plus the duration and timestamp of each anomaly.
ASI has been created specifically for Quality Assurance Lab engineering teams designing and validating products, such as:
- Subscription media services
- Mobile phones and tablets
- Home media servers
- Wireless loudspeakers and headphones
- Automotive audio systems with Bluetooth
The typical ASI applications are:
- Validation of local streaming performance.
- Evaluation of Bluetooth pairing combinations.
- Characterisation of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi range.
Improved QoS support in VoxPort Packet (VPP/VPP+) node.
VPP/VPP+ node device now supports DSCP QoS Tagging on the RTP traffic generated during speech performance assessment calls.
- In the node manager, you can now configure the QoS DSCP settings for RTP traffic.
- These settings are: None, CS1-7, AF11, 12, 13, 21, 22, 23, 31, 32, 33, 41, 42, 43, EF.
Please refer to the v5.3.0 Release Notes for the exhaustive list. Some fixes are listed below :
- Log rolling policy implementation for communication.log file
- Data type mismatch between MultiDSLA application and the database on very specific context could cause application crash
- History folder cleaning process fixed
- TerminateAllTest API call not working when tests paused
- Chinese version of test plan apply button fixed