Allot Communications Selects Continuous Computing to Deliver Better Traffic Management for Network Operators

Allot chooses ATCA packet processing blade and switch from Continuous Computing for successful Service Gateway Sigma product

4G WORLD (CHICAGO) and SAN DIEGO - Continuous Computing®, the global provider of integrated platform solutions that address the mobile broadband capacity challenge, today announced that Allot Communications (NASDAQ: ALLT) is using its market-leading packet processing and switch technology to power the Allot Service Gateway Sigma (SG-Sigma) platform. Allot is a leading supplier of service optimization and revenue generation solutions for fixed and mobile broadband service providers worldwide.

The Allot SG-Sigma is a carrier-grade platform with 60Gbps of throughput. It integrates network intelligence, policy control and revenue-generating services in a single solution for Tier 1 and Tier 2 broadband carriers and Internet Service Providers. SG-Sigma combines a full complement of advanced traffic management capabilities as well as a variety of value-added network and subscriber services which are designed to be deployed in the platform to lower costs, improve service performance and enhance the user experience.

Continuous Computing's FlexPacket(TM) ATCA-PP50 packet processing blade and FlexCore(TM) ACTA-FM40 switch are part of the carrier-grade platform underpinning the superior performance of the Allot SG-Sigma. The PP50 is a high density, highly efficient processing blade that couples with the FM40's advanced switch-based load balancing capabilities to form a unique combination of packet processing potency.

Andrei Elefant, vice president of product management and marketing for Allot Communications, said, "Networks around the world are filling up with a wide variety of data types, and operators need intelligent and powerful traffic management solutions to cope, differentiate and thrive. Continuous Computing helps Allot deliver on this market need. Its proven ATCA packet-processing products and strong switching empower us to address operators' traffic management needs quickly and cost-effectively."

"Allot's choice of Continuous Computing technology for its ATCA-based SG-Sigma continues the highly productive relationship between our two companies," said Mike Coward, chief technology officer and co-founder of Continuous Computing. "Packet-processing plays an increasingly important role in network traffic management, enabling operators to retain customers, offer new services and stay in business. Continuous Computing's proven packet processing expertise and understanding makes us the trusted partner of choice for vendors like Allot who want to bring to market reliable solutions capable of meeting the network challenges that operators face today."

For addition information about the FlexPacket ATCA-PP50 and FlexCore ATCA-FM40, please visit the Continuous Computing's web site or meet with company representatives at the 4G World trade show at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL from October 19 through 21 (booth #526).

About Continuous Computing

Continuous Computing® is the global source of integrated platform solutions that enable network equipment providers to overcome the mobile broadband capacity challenge quickly and cost effectively. Leveraging more than 20 years of telecom innovation, the company empowers customers to increase return on investment by focusing internal resources on differentiation for 3G, Long Term Evolution (LTE), Femtocell and Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) applications. Expertise and responsiveness set the company apart: only Continuous Computing combines best-in-class ATCA platforms with world-famous Trillium® protocol software to create highly-optimized, field-proven wireless and packet processing network infrastructure.

Continuous Computing is an active member of 3GPP, CP-TA, eNsemble Multi-Core Alliance, ETSI, Femto Forum, Intel Embedded Alliance, Multicore Packet Processing Forum, NI Alliance, PICMG and the SCOPE Alliance.

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