Allot Intros SMP

Allot Communications has showcased its new SMP for large subscriber networks at the Broadband World Forum event in Paris

October 19, 2006

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SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France -- Allot Communications, a leader in IP service optimisation solutions based on deep packet inspection (DPI), has showcased its new Subscriber Management Platform (SMP) for large subscriber networks at the Broadband World Forum event in Paris. The SMP is designed to help service providers gain in-depth insight of their broadband subscriber’s behaviour and usage trends.

In the past, broadband carriers and service providers have viewed themselves as a channel between the subscriber and the Internet. This, however, is changing due to increased competition and saturation, which is causing average revenue per user (ARPU) and revenues from other services to decrease.

In today’s marketplace, service providers are struggling to maintain a competitive edge. The ARPU continues to decline as providers compete based on lower price, rather than higher value. Those providers looking to differentiate based on value are now looking for ways to identify what services hold the most appeal for subscribers, and how these value-added services can be easily delivered and billed.

Austrian telecommunications provider Stadtwerke Hall in Tyrol GmbH – Hall-Tele (citynet@hall) has been managing broadband traffic for regional service providers since 2001 using Allot devices.

“The new Subscriber Management Platform provides the missing link we had been searching for – the ability to offer subscribers personalised levels of service and to guarantee an exceptional customer experience," said Mr. Hans Sprenger, project manager, Stadtwerke Hall in Tyrol GmbH – Hall-Tele (citynet@hall).

Allot Ltd. (Nasdaq: ALLT)

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