Thursday, May 9, 2013

Allot's US Tier1 MNO $9M Order: "not a classical DPI"

Rami Hadar (pictured), President and CEO, Allot Communications provided some details on a large deal with a large US Tier 1 MNO during the company's Q1 earning call:

"The booking momentum in Q1 continued in the current quarter as we opened the second quarter with a $9 million follow-on order from our U.S. Tier 1 service provider for Value-Added Service offering. We are pleased with the progress we are making with this service provider and hope to leverage our developing business relationship with this client to extract additional business in the future"

" .. the $9 million follow-on orders that we got in April, this is business for second, third quarter .. it's a combination of the need continues to grow. The customer is satisfied with our delivery of the first phase of order that we got last year. And finally, it is a geographical expansion, so we are now in larger part of the network .. there's plenty of room to grow, both in geography and in functionality"

"The thing we will say is that U.S. Tier 1 mobile operator, the order is mainly around certain Value-Added Services, which, obviously, we will not go into detail. But it is around -- it's not a classical DPI at the moment".

See "Allot Communications Management Discusses Q1 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript", by Seeking Alpha - here.

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