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Radcom unveiled its powerful new R70 Probe, a unique monitoring and analysis tool

May 16, 2006

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NICE, France -- RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM), a leading network test and service monitoring solutions provider, today unveiled its powerful new R70 Probe, a unique monitoring and analysis tool that, in one box, meets the increasing demands of evolving network infrastructures and services.

The R70 Probe is a unified platform designed for ILECs and cable and cellular operators facing the challenge of restructuring current networks to offer Next-Generation services. Powered by the Gear Set™, RADCOM’s proprietary processing engine, the LINUX-based R70 delivers a level of monitoring performance unparalleled in the industry, enabling data processing at a rate of up to 10 Gbps, independent of technology, service or protocol stack.

The new R70 is an upgradeable, high-end component in the Omni-Q’s scalable solution – RADCOM’s next-generation network management, monitoring and troubleshooting system, which includes a powerful central management module and a broad range of sophisticated intrusive and non-intrusive probes. The R70 probe offers the unique advantage of being able to manage any future service demands while monitoring an increasing amount of traffic on an ever-growing number of interfaces.

“Moving to an all-IP core network architecture enables operators to offer triple (voice, video and data) and quadruple (voice, video, data and wireless) services seamlessly across the same network,” said Arnon Toussia-Cohen, President and CEO of RADCOM. “The resulting increase in traffic will drive the need for real-time, high performance monitoring and analysis tools. The R70 was designed to meet this need. It provides vendors and service providers with full visibility into the next-generation networks at work in today’s labs and tomorrow’s networks.”

Radcom Ltd.

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