TEL AVIV, Israel, October 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM), a leading Service Assurance provider, today announced an expansion of its deployment with China Telecom Corporation (CTC). CTC, one of the three Chinese leading operators, was a pioneer in introducing 3G services in China. Their 3G Mobile network covers the whole of China with 170 million subscribers on their mobile network, and they are the number one wireline operator in China.
With the rapid expansion of the use of mobile devices and the heavy use of mobile data, CTC's mobile data traffic on CDMA has increased greatly since they purchased their first RADCOM deployment. They have now expanded their RADCOM deployment in Shanghai with its latest monitoring solutions, integrating RADCOM's solution into their big data platform.
"CTC were impressed with the improved Quality of Experience as a result of the implementation of RADCOM's solution, and turned to us when their network expanded and they wanted to maintain their high subscriber Quality of Experience," said Ng Tiow Khoon, AVP, Asia Pacific. "RADCOM's solution was successfully evaluated by CTC to be the most accurate and stable for ensuring subscriber Quality of Experience on their high throughput and multi-protocol network."About RADCOM RADCOM provides innovative service assurance and customer experience management solutions for leading telecom operators and communications service providers. RADCOM specializes in solutions for next-generation mobile and fixed networks, including LTE, VoLTE, IMS, VoIP, UMTS/GSM and mobile broadband. RADCOM's comprehensive, carrier-grade solutions are designed for big data analytics on terabit networks, and are used to prevent service provider revenue leakage and to enhance customer care management. RADCOM's products interact with policy management to provide self-optimizing network solutions. RADCOM's shares are listed on the NASDAQ Capital Market under the symbol RDCM. For more information, please visit http://www.RADCOM.com. Risks Regarding Forward-Looking Statements