BOSTON, Massachusetts, July 21 --

- Report Concludes That Subscriber Behavior Does Not Differentiate Between
Fixed and Mobile Data Networks

BOSTON, Massachusetts, July 21 --

Allot Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ: ALLT), a leader in IP service optimization
and revenue generation solutions based on deep packet inspection (DPI),
announced today that its inaugural Global Mobile Broadband Traffic Report
( (GMBT) indicates that
worldwide mobile data bandwidth usage has increased significantly by
approximately 30% during the second quarter of 2009. Asia leads the growth with
36%; Europe posted 28% growth and the Americas 25%. The Allot GMBT Report, which
tracks global IP application usage and growth, collected data from leading
mobile operators worldwide with a combined user base of more than 150 million

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The report shows how subscribers, particularly heavy data users, do not
distinguish between their fixed and their mobile networks, and seem to expect
the same service from the Internet, irrespective of their access method. By
extension, today’s mobile operators face the same challenges as their
wireline counterparts, but with more technological limitations. All of these
problems are exacerbated by the network infrastructure where the cells
themselves can serve as natural bandwidth bottlenecks, often greatly
contributing to network congestion and delay.

According to the Allot GMBT: - HTTP browsing is the most popular application
globally and usage increased by 21%. - HTTP streaming is the fastest growing
application with a usage increase of 58%. This includes streaming sites such as
YouTube and Hulu. - HTTP downloads, which experienced 34% growth globally, are
now almost as popular as P2P, and in EMEA have even overtaken P2P in popularity.
- P2P accounts for 42% of bandwidth utilization in the busiest cells on the
network, but only 21% in the average cell.

This report enables operators to map out subscriber behavior in all its
complexities, said Rami Hadar, President and CEO of Allot Communications
( It highlights how subscribers are really using their
mobile data services and provides an invaluable overview of the industry and the
changes that are taking place as it matures.

The Allot GMBT Report data was collected using the long term reporting
capabilities of Allot NetXplorer (,
Allot’s centralized management and reporting system. The length of the
collection period allows accurate identification of usage trends and patterns,
reducing the influence of temporary events in the monitored networks.

The full Allot GMBT Report can be found on

About Allot Communications

Allot Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ: ALLT) is a leading provider of intelligent
IP service optimization solutions for DSL, wireless and mobile broadband
carriers, service providers, and enterprises. Allot’s rich portfolio of
hardware platforms and software applications utilizes deep packet inspection
(DPI) technology to transform broadband pipes into smart networks that can
rapidly and efficiently deploy value added Internet services. Allot’s
scalable, carrier-grade solutions provide the visibility, security, application
control and subscriber management that are vital to managing Internet service
delivery, guaranteeing quality of experience (QoE), containing operating costs,
and maximizing revenue in broadband networks.

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Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements generally relate
to Allot’s plans, objectives and expectations for future operations. These
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These factors include, but are not limited to: changes in general economic and
business conditions and, specifically, a decline in demand for Allot’s
products; Allot’s inability to develop and introduce new technologies,
products and applications; loss of market; and other factors discussed under the
heading Risk Factors in Allot’s annual report on Form 20-F filed with the
Securities and Exchange Commission. These forward-looking statements are made
only as of the date hereof, and Allot undertakes no obligation to update or
revise the forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information,
future events or otherwise.

Allot Communications Contacts: Jonathon Gordon, Director of Marketing, Allot
Communications, Tel: +972-9-7628423, PR Contact: Danielle
Matthews, Calysto Communications, Tel: +1-404-266-2060 x27,

SOURCE: Allot Communications Ltd.

Allot Communications Contacts: Jonathon Gordon, Director of Marketing, Allot
Communications, Tel: +972-9-7628423, PR Contact: Danielle
Matthews, Calysto Communications, Tel: +1-404-266-2060 x27,