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OMNEST simulation software has been chosen by R&D staff, researchers and engineers worldwide to investigate scenarios and design alternatives in various wired/wireless networks, interconnection networks, queueing-based performance models and other systems. OMNEST simulations can also be embedded into your own software products.

Simulation Models

Models exist for Internet protocols, wireless networks, switched LANs, TSN, peer-to-peer networks, media streaming, mobile ad-hoc networks, mesh networks, wireless sensor networks, vehicular networks, NoCs, optical networks, HPC clusters, cloud computing, SANs, and more... Explore the models »

Free Orientation/Consulting Session

Simulation is an art, and one can save a substantial amount of time by choosing the right tools and approach (model library, detail level, etc.) from the start. A license purchase entitles you to a one-hour video discussion session with our developers, where you can receive expert advice to reach your project goals sooner.

Consulting Services

We have been designing simulations for well over a decade, and this experience may be useful to you. By consulting with our experts early in your projects, you can avoid costly detours and make the right design decisions from the start.

Case Studies

Add Simulation To Your Software Products!

You can embed the simulation kernel or whole simulations into your software products.

Visualize your Simulation in 3D!

The OMNEST runtime user interface allows you to build 3D animations for your simulation model employing the widely used OpenSceneGraph library.

News

Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) Introduced in INET

May 13, 2023

Key features of TSN were added to the INET Framework in version 4.4. The model was developed together with an automotive industry partner to ensure relevance and is able to simulate the most important features of this domain. More »

OMNEST 6.0 released

May 6, 2022

OMNEST 6.0 is the result of more than three years of work, and includes many essential new features that we would already have a hard time without. More »

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