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Allot, Radcom Monitor VoIP

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HOD HASHARON, Israel -- Allot Communications Ltd (NASDAQ, TASE: ALLT), a leading supplier of service optimization and revenue generation solutions for fixed and mobile broadband service providers worldwide, and RADCOM Ltd (NASDAQ: RDCM), a leading service assurance provider, today announced a joint Voice-over-IP (VoIP) Quality of Experience (QoE) solution. The joint offering, which has already been selected and deployed by a leading telecom service provider in South America, embeds RADCOM's VoIP QoE monitoring technology into the Allot Service Gateway platform. The offering integrates VoIP quality of experience monitoring, network intelligence, policy enforcement and revenue-generating services in a modular, carrier-class chassis. Conducting simultaneous real time analysis and correlation of both media streams and VoIP signaling protocols, the system provides a comprehensive solution for monitoring VoIP services. Designed for mobile, fixed and converged broadband environments, the platform's high throughput and flexibility allows service providers to reduce operating costs and drive new revenue while delivering the Digital Lifestyle experience that subscribers are looking for. "Allot's commitment to open architecture has once again proven itself to be a key differentiator for our customers around the world, "said Andrei Elefant , Allot's VP Product Management and Marketing. "In addition to our own rich solution portfolio, the flexibility of the Allot Service Gateway facilitates our ability to address a diverse range of customer services by allowing for the provision of even more value-added services through the integration of partner technologies." Allot Communications Ltd.

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