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RADCOM today announced that it has been selected by a tier-one telecommunications company in Latin America

December 15, 2010

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TEL AVIV -- RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM), a leading network Service Assurance provider, today announced that it has been selected by a tier-one telecommunications company in Latin America. This company is a major player in the Latin American market, and this new transaction is another step in RADCOM's continued penetration into this region. The deal is valued at $4 million US Dollars.

This major operator is the largest provider of long distance call services in Latin America. Its high-quality network provides data and voice services to more than 40 million customers. This operator purchased RADCOM's Omni-Q Service Assurance solution to monitor their huge network. RADCOM was chosen due to its ability to provide a unified solution for all of the customer's requirements.

"We are delighted that this major operator will benefit from Omni-Q's comprehensive Service Assurance and troubleshooting solution," said Mr. David Ripstein, RADCOM's President and CEO. "This sizeable new deal demonstrates the growing demand for RADCOM's products in Latin America, which is attributable, among others, to recent rollouts of NGN networks, VoIP-based voice services, 3G mobile networks and other advanced technologies in these markets."

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