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Allot Boasts $5M Order From EMEA Operator

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HOD HASHARON, Israel -- Allot Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ: ALLT), a leading supplier of service optimization and revenue generation solutions for fixed and mobile broadband operators, today announced it has received a $5 million order from an EMEA-based Tier one fixed and mobile operator for Allot Service Gateway and Allot ClearSee Data Analytics solution. The order was received in the first quarter of 2014.

“Allot was chosen for this particular deployment because of the high scale performance of our solutions across both fixed and mobile networks. As this operator offers both fixed and mobile services, it was critical that they incorporate solutions that can handle the unique demands of both networks,” said Andrei Elefant, VP of Product Management and Marketing for Allot. “That combined with the ability of Allot Service Gateway to enable multiple value added services and Allot ClearSee to provide powerful data analytics helped Allot secure this deal.”

Allot Service Gateway is designed for mobile, fixed and converged broadband networks. The solution accurately identifies subscriber traffic in real time and acts upon that information to steer traffic to a variety of value-added services deployed within or outside the platform. Its high throughput and flexibility allow operators to drive new revenue while delivering the personalized service and quality of experience that subscribers expect.

Allot ClearSee provides a full complement of web-based tools for manipulating and analyzing large varieties and volumes of data with extreme ease and efficiency. The solution can easily identify traffic trends and the effects they will have on network performance over time and can explore what-if scenarios and extrapolate future network requirements.

Allot Communications Ltd. (Nasdaq: ALLT)

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