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 four million dollar expansion order from a Tier-1 mobile operator in Europe for the Allot Service Gateway. Allot received this order during the fourth quarter of 2013.
The operator, which serves more than 15 million subscribers across its 3G and rapidly-growing LTE networks, will utilize analytics collected from the Service Gateway to better understand subscriber activity and then tailor appropriate service plans for each customer segment.
"This operator joins a growing number of service providers around the world that are using Allot's DPI-based solutions to transform their own network data into an intelligent business tool," said Andrei Elefant, VP of Marketing and Product Management for Allot. "Using this network intelligence, operators can gain a competitive edge by deploying value-added services that both enhance the subscriber experience and increase the average revenue per user.”
The Allot Service Gateway integrates network intelligence, policy enforcement and revenue-generating services in a modular, carrier-class solution. The Service Gateway is fully integrated with the Allot SMP and Allot's growing portfolio of value-added service enablers, providing a powerful and flexible service enablement environment that opens up innovative ways to personalize and monetize the customer experience.
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