Allot Goes 360-Gig

Allot's Service Gateway Sigma Solution accelerates to 360 Gbit/s throughput

January 25, 2010

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BOSTON -- Allot Communications Ltd. (Nasdaq: ALLT), a leader in IP service optimization and revenue generation solutions based on Dynamic Actionable Recognition Technology (DART), announced today a new software version for the Allot Service Gateway Sigma (SG-Sigma). This enhanced SG-Sigma, which incorporates an advanced technology software toolkit, has vastly increased its core competencies to offer mobile, fixed and converged network service providers a more robust and resilient platform with superior performance, steering and traffic capabilities. The enhanced SG-Sigma will be exhibited during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 15-18 February, hall 2, booth B76.

Tests conducted in December 2009 by the Tolly Group, the industry's premier independent testing and strategic consulting organization, prove that a single fully loaded SG-Sigma can deliver throughput of over 75 Gbps with less than 16 microsecond latency. According to Allot, performance can scale up to 360 Gbps with a clustered configuration of SG-Sigma platforms.

In addition, tests proved:

• SG-Sigma's ability to identify 100% of asymmetric traffic across a clustered configuration which is essential for supporting today's complex operator environments
• SG-Sigma's ability to steer traffic at over 40 Gbps to both internal and external services with zero packet loss
• SG-Sigma's carrier class capabilities demonstrating full N+1 resilience guaranteeing uninterrupted operation in cases of hardware failure

"Tolly tests show that the Allot Service Gateway Sigma is a resilient, scalable platform that combines high performance, low latency and a scalable core Deep Packet Inspection engine, with advanced traffic handling capabilities like Layer 7 traffic steering and accurate asymmetric traffic detection across clustered platforms," stated Kevin Tolly, Founder of The Tolly Group.

Allot Ltd. (Nasdaq: ALLT)

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