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MedUX awarded new patent for evaluating network speed

Published on August 17, 2021

MedUX, the leading technology company in Measurement of Quality and Customer Experience in fixed, mobile and TV telecommunications networks, has been recently issued its third patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), for “evaluating network speed by multiple parallel data exchanges between a client device and multiple servers via the network.

This patent covers MedUX’s unique testing methodology used by the so-called MedUX Cloud Speed Test which is a multi-thread and multi-server speed test, used to measure the downlink/uplink throughput, with detailed information used for troubleshooting and optimization purposes. 

Luis Molina, MedUX CEO, said, “we are proud to add our innovative speed test to our portfolio of patents in network performance and experience measurement. The Cloud Speed Test solution is part of our proprietary active network testing and monitoring solutions, which allow us to independently benchmark the quality of experience and the quality of broadband performance of any operator in the market”.

Cloud Speed Test into practice 

MedUX conducts since 2017 an independent measurement and benchmarking study of the in-home fixed broadband performance in several countries in Europe, including main Telecom Operators in the UK, Germany Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Ireland, and more recently Romania, Hungary and Czech Republic. 

MedUX performs a large-scale active testing from the end user perspective for fibre, HFC and xDSL access networks. Over 2.000 probes connected to end-customers’ CPE devices perform regular and continuous tests (24/7) to ensure a statistically valid sample across the most penetrated speed tiers/propositions in each market (Benchmarking web section)

Recently, MedUX also launched its new CDN performance test that measures, monitors and benchmarks the performance of several CDNs directly from customer premises, revealing the TRUE customer experience. 

The test initially measures throughput and latency to CDNs by fetching an object over TCP/IP based on the unique testing methodology used in the MedUX Cloud speed test. Current default test configuration, during the first trials with European telecommunication operators, is set up to fetch a 10 MB file. 

How does the MedUX Cloud Sped Test work? 

The Cloud Speed Test establishes multiple simultaneous connections, allowing to fill the available bandwidth more easily and evaluate network performance from parallel exchanges of data between our devices and multiple content provider systems via the network. As the test progresses, more threads are dynamically opened by the client device, if required to measure the maximum speed more accurately. 

To evaluate network or communication channels performance, the client device requests content from each of multiple content provider systems via the network. The client device determines one or more metrics, such as download data rate or upload data rate, for receiving or for transmitting content from each of the different content provider systems during a time interval. 

Our Downlink (DL) Cloud speed test downloads a number of files over TCP from public sources, particularly CDN enhanced edge sources that are closer by nature to the customer and are independent of Telecom Operators or ISPs. The Cloud speed test results in an actual sustained download / upload speed defined as throughput, in Mbps, utilizing as many concurrent TCP connections as dynamically required and measured at a typically 20–25 second interval of a sustained data transfer. 

This innovation becomes the third patent registered by the company and reinforces the importance of Quality Measurement and Customer Experience in fixed, mobile and TV telecommunication networks. In the past, MedUX has already been awarded with another two patents covering the methodology used in our advanced solutions. Explore our innovation portfolio here: 


MedUX solutions analyse broadband Quality of Service (QoS), Quality of Experience (QoE) and network performance from the end-user perspective, allowing our clients to monitor the true Customer Experience and enhance their value propositions. 

MedUX is always working to improve the user’s quality of service and quality of experience, especially at a time when telecommunications and network performance are more important than ever. We are ready to face new challenges and achieve new goals! 

Get in touch with us at hello@medux.com if you need further information or request our demo and find out how you can gain end-to-end network visibility and real-time insights and performance statistics, to anticipate and address network issues.

Let’s keep improving Customer Experience in the 5G Era!

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