Ensure Quality Communications
with Telecom Testing Services



Telecom Domain Testing is the process of verifying the functionality of digital computer networks and telecommunication systems. The focus of this testing is on OSS (Operational Support Systems) and BSS (Business Support Systems) in the telecom sector. These systems are responsible for routing and switching, VoIP broadband access, etc.

DragonFlyTest verifies the accuracy and completeness of data processing, handling, and storage; it also checks for system availability, performance, security, and compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements. In short, Telecom Domain Testing ensures that the telecom network functions as intended, providing a high level of service to users.

We offer end-to-end assistance for gradual system consolidation and a seamlessly integrated customer experience to businesses transferring outdated systems, converting to the cloud, engaging in acquisitions, quadruple play (combining TV, telephone, broadband internet access, and wireless service offerings), or Super Play (IoT, entertainment), and hoping to recoup money lost to Over the Top (OTT) service providers.

Testing Telecom Applications

There are many types of testing for telecom applications, The most important of these is the 5G compatibility, network device compatibility, data services, voice services, and messaging services. CRM, BRM, Middleware, Networking, IVR Testing, Performance, Security, Protocol, Functional, and Automation Testing.

-5G compatibility testing is important to ensure that your devices and networks will work together seamlessly when the new standard is rolled out. 

-Network device compatibility testing ensures that your devices will work with the specific telecom network you’re using. 

-Data services testing analyzes how well your app performs in terms of data usage, speed, and capacity. 

-Voice services testing assesses the quality of your app’s voice calling features.

-Messaging services testing checks the performance of your app’s messaging features, such as SMS and MMS.



The telecom industry is constantly evolving, which presents new challenges for testing teams. Here are the most common challenges faced when testing telecom applications and systems:

1. Ensuring system performance and scalability: As telecom networks grow and become more complex, it is essential to ensure that new applications and systems can perform at scale. This can be a challenge for testing teams, who need to design comprehensive test plans that cover all aspects of performance.

2. Validating new features and services: Telecom operators are always looking to offer new features and services to their customers. This means that testing teams need to be able to validate these new offerings before they are made available. This can be a challenge, as it requires a deep understanding of both the technical implementation and the customer experience.

3. Managing network upgrades: With the rapid pace of change in the telecom industry, network upgrades are commonplace. Testing teams need to be able to manage these upgrades effectively, in order to minimise disruptions and ensure that customers still have a positive experience.

4. Ensuring compatibility with legacy systems: As new technologies are introduced, it is essential that they are compatible with existing legacy systems. This can be a challenge for testing teams, as they need to account for all potential compatibility issues.

5. Supporting multiple devices and platforms: Customers use a variety of different devices and platforms to access telecom services. This means that testing teams need to be able to support all of these devices

DragonFlyTest: Why should you use it

  • Prebuilt test case library for out-of-the-box performance
  • A comprehensive collection of integrated test cases covering the most popular COTS applications used in the telecom business. These tools include SIP, Wireshark, Voice Quality Tester, and other commercial tools.
  • SDN, NFV, Open Stack, and Telecom Protocol Testing
  • Functional and non-functional testing, performance testing, and security testing
  • Engineering and administration of Test Data that is dynamic and regulatory-driven
  • Tools for DevTestOps, Managed Test Center, Testing CoE QE, and Independent Testing
  • both open-source and commercial End-to-end testing for business support and operational systems (OSS & BSS