What does Allot do?
Allot Communications (NASDAQ, TASE: ALLT) is a leading provider of security and monetization solutions that enable service providers to protect and personalize the digital experience.
Allot’s flexible and highly scalable service delivery framework leverages the intelligence in data networks, enabling service providers to get closer to their customers, safeguard network assets and users, and accelerate time-to-revenue for value-added services.
We employ innovative technology, proven know-how and a collaborative approach to provide the right solution for every network environment. Allot solutions are currently deployed at 5 of the top 10 global mobile operators and in thousands of CSP and enterprise networks worldwide.
When does your fiscal year end?
Our fiscal year ends on December 31st.
Who is Allot's independent auditor?
Kost Forer Gabbay & Kasierer, a member of Ernst & Young Global.
What is Allot's trading symbol and on which exchange is it traded?
Our ordinary shares are traded on the Nasdaq Global Market under the ticker symbol “ALLT”
What forms does Allot file with the SEC?
Allot Communications is a foreign private issuer and therefore files a Form 6-K for the quarter and a Form 20-F at year end. Our recent filings can be found on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) website at http://www.sec.gov/ or by visiting the SEC Filings tab of the our Investor Relations site.
As a shareholder, how do I change my mailing address, report a lost stock certificate, or get answers about the number of shares owned?
If you hold (or held) your Allot shares in certificate form, you can contact the Company’s transfer agent, American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, at or or by visiting its website at http://www.amstock.com/. If you hold (or held) your shares through a broker and not in certificate form, you should contact your broker.
Can I buy Allot shares directly through the company?
Allot does not administer a direct purchase plan or a direct reinvestment plan. Interested investors should contact a financial institution, such as a brokerage firm, in order to purchase shares in Allot.