Allot Communications Ltd (NASDAQ:ALLT) announced that its analytics system has been chosen by a Tier 1 Northern European mobile operator in an effort to boost customer loyalty and bring in new subscribers.
The unnamed mobile operator will use Allot ClearSee Network Analytics to manage its network performance and access real-time information about its business. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The technology is able to simplify data mining, allowing users to pinpoint their customer base. The interactive traffic analysis dashboard shows bandwidth consumption, usage volume as well as the quality of streaming video.
Mobile operators are faced with the challenge of giving users the best possible experience while also shielding their own brand, according to Ronen Priel, Allot’s vice president of product management.
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"To help overcome this obstacle, service providers need actionable network intelligence at their fingertips. Allot's ClearSee Network Analytics helps meet this need backed by its unique blend of technology for a deeper understanding of end-user behavior and visibility into the network,” said Priel in a press release.
Allot recently announced that Russian satellite operator AMTEL-SVYAZ would be deploying its Allot Secure Service Gateway, or SSG, and DDoS Secure in partnership with Mandarin Solutions to maximize network security and quality.
Software company Lifeboat Distribution also recently teamed up with the company, using its SSG to protect its North American customers from cybersecurity threats.
The tech company is based in Hod HaSharon, one of Israel’s tech hubs, about 10 miles from Tel-Aviv. Its multi-service platforms provide network-based security solutions to more than 20 million European subscribers.
US-traded shares of the company were down slightly to US$5.08 by Monday’s closing bell.