Allot's DPI-based Service Optimization Solution Enables Mexico's Cablemas to Deliver 'Triple Play' Services

MINNEAPOLIS, July 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Allot Communications (NASDAQ:ALLT), a leader in IP service optimization solutions based on deep packet inspection (DPI), today announced Mexico's Cablemas has selected Allot's carrier-grade NetEnforcer bandwidth management devices to manage network traffic and improve overall Quality of Service (QoS) for subscribers.

Cablemas selected Allot's NetEnforcer AC-2520 to deliver 5 Gbps throughput devices, which rely on DPI technology and QoS enforcement capabilities to provide customers with superior Quality of Experience. Allot's solution enables Cablemas to pinpoint top bandwidth consumers and create policies to allocate bandwidth on a per-application basis. This ensures the optimal delivery of services to all subscribers at all times.

"Due to a substantial and ongoing increase in bandwidth consumption, we needed to manage our traffic more efficiently, and eliminate or 'shear' excessive and harmful traffic, without reducing our Quality of Service," said Arnoldo Meiselmann, COO for Cablemas. "By managing our bandwidth with NetEnforcer, we are able to optimize the utilization of existing resources and produce considerable savings."

Cablemas is the second-largest cable television operator in Mexico, based on number of subscribers and homes reached, and the first in the country to provide a bundled "Triple-Play" service package. It serves more than 736,205 cable television subscribers, 200,000 high-speed internet subscribers, and 40,000 IP telephony lines. Cablemas infrastructure includes a HFC (Hybrid Fiber-Coax) and F.D. (Fiber Deep) topology, enabling them to offer voice, video and data services to subscribers, using DOCSIS and IP protocols.

"As cable providers expand their offerings, the ability to meet subscriber expectations for each type of service is becoming increasingly critical to success," said Vin Costello, vice president and general manager of the Americas, Allot Communications. "Cablemas applies the benefits of DPI technology in delivering bundled services and executing a 'triple-play' business model."

About Cablemas

Cablemas is the second-largest cable television operator in Mexico based on number of subscribers and homes reached. As of March 31, 2007, Cablemas' cable network served over 736,205 cable television subscribers, 198,471 high- speed internet subscribers, and 26,567 IP telephony lines, with 2,148,228 homes passed. Cablemas is the concessionaire with the broadest coverage in Mexico, operating in 46 cities throughout key regions. Cablemas has consistently introduced innovative products in Mexico and is the first cable operator in the country to provide a "Triple Play" bundled service package of cable television, high speed internet and IP telephony. More information about Cablemas can be found at

About Allot Communications

Allot Communications (NASDAQ:ALLT) is a leading provider of intelligent IP service optimization solutions. Designed for carriers, service providers and enterprises, Allot solutions apply deep packet inspection (DPI) technology to transform broadband pipes into smart networks. This creates the visibility and control vital to manage applications, services and subscribers, guarantee quality of service (QoS), contain operating costs and maximize revenue. Allot believes in listening to customers and provides them with access to its global network of visionaries, innovators and support engineers. For more information, please visit

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