Radcom announced that its CEO since 1998, Mr. Arnon Toussia-Cohen, will retire from his position effective April 1st, 2007

March 12, 2007

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TEL-AVIV, Israel -- RADCOM Ltd. (RADCOM) (NASDAQ and TASE: RDCM) today announced that its CEO since 1998, Mr. Arnon Toussia-Cohen, will retire from his position effective April 1st, 2007, and that its Chief Operating Officer, Mr. David Ripstein, an experienced entrepreneur and manager, will take over the position on that day. The Company will hold an interactive conference call today to introduce Mr. Ripstein to the investment community. Details regarding the conference call are provided at the end of this press release.

"We would like to express our thanks to Noni, whose vision and leadership fueled the Company's successful turnaround and guided its emergence as a strong, profitable company positioned for continued growth," said Mr. Zohar Zisapel, Chairman of the Board. "With a strategic orientation, Noni refocused the Company on the converged network monitoring opportunity, and then built a sales organization that has succeeded in penetrating many of the world's cellular and VoIP service providers. We wish him well in all his future endeavors and look forward to his continued input throughout the transition period."

Mr. Zisapel continued, "At the same time, we are pleased that David Ripstein, RADCOM's #2 in command, has agreed to take over the reins from Noni as RADCOM's new CEO. We are confident that he has the right mix of talents and experience to continue building RADCOM to the next stage and to achieve its full potential."

Radcom Ltd.

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