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pjinvestmentco 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 17, 2016 12:52 PM Member since: Nov 7, 2008
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    Israel news

    by bronkosaurus Jun 16, 2016 4:20 PM
    pjinvestmentco pjinvestmentco Jun 17, 2016 12:52 PM Flag

    I hink all these little companies like ALLT and Radware refuse to merge and just flaunder along..there is no way they are in play based on the stock action

  • Reply to

    Israel news

    by bronkosaurus Jun 16, 2016 4:20 PM
    pjinvestmentco pjinvestmentco Jun 16, 2016 9:32 PM Flag

    ALLT should trading above 6 on this type of news makes you wonder if its all b.s.

  • Allot, Radware Conducted Preliminary Contacts Over Merger
    The companies have complementary technologies and each is partly owned by members of the Zisapel family.

    Omri Zerachovitz Jun 15, 2016 12:03 AM
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    Allot Communications and Radware, two Israeli communications technology companies, have been engaged in preliminary talks over a possible merger, TheMarker has learned.
    The negotiations did not reached the official stage and both companies declined to comment on any talks.
    But the two companies are natural candidates for a merger as Allot has suffered a decline in earnings and its share price while Radware is seeking to grow through acquisitions. Both offer products for optimizing communications networks. Allot focuses on mobile communications while Radware concentrates mainly on the internet and corporate computer networks.

    Moreover, the two publicly traded companies have a connection to the Zispael family, veteran denizens of the Israel high-tech scene and serial entrepreneurs. Radware’s CEO is Roy Zisapel and Yehuda Zisapel and members of his family have a 15% stake. Allot is 8%-owned by Yehuda’s brother Zohar.
    Allot, based in the Tel Aviv suburb of Hod Hasharon, has been hit by a decline in capital spending by the world’s telecommunications operators. In the developed world, networks have sufficient capacity and they need ways to maximize customer revenues more than they need optimization tools.
    Recognizing that, over the past two years Allot has been developing new growth engines in the form of tools that analyze network usage and provide security features, giving telecommunications operators insights into how their subscribers are using bandwidth and what kind of applications they prefer.
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  • dont be short this name

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